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“An Organic apple a day keeps the doctor away”

Most people think apple seeds have arsenic in them (along with Boron-our natural fighter against the effects of Fukashima). In actuality, it is cyanide.
A reading and viewing of this article might interest you…

 

And an excerpt…

What Is Laetrile?

Laetrile is the patented drug made from the natural compound amygdalin, found in the seeds of many fruits, such as apricot and plum and peach pits, apple seeds, and quince, as well as in almonds. Laetrile is also known as Amigdalina B-17 or vitamin B17, although there is very little evidence it warrants classification as a vitamin.

Amygdalin contains glucose, benzaldehyde, and cyanide. Cyanide is believed to be the active cancer-toxic ingredient in Laetrile; however, cyanide is toxic to all cells, so Laetrile’s overall toxicity is a concern.2

Some Laetrile proponents claim that it’s more toxic to cancer cells than to normal cells.3 Getting cyanide poisoning from apple seeds or almonds is extremely unlikely.4