This is one part of an overview of Ty Bollinger’s book CANCER: Step Outside the Box. You can get caught up by reading Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10, Part 11, Part 12 , Part 13, Part 14, Part 15, Part 16, Part 17, Part 18 and/or Part 19
Or better known as Laetrile, (LAE-vo-mandeloniTRILE-beta-glucuronoside).
This therapy is based on the trophoblast theory of cancer, theorizing that cancer is the result of a nutritional deficiency—specifically, a modern-day deficiency of an essential vitamin of the nitriloside family found in over 1200 edible plants.
In the 1950’s, Dr. Ernst T. Krebs, Sr. found out about the Hunzakat people in the Himalayan Mountains of Northern Pakistan, who were said to be “cancer-free.” Intrigued by this, Dr. Krebs found out they consumed large quantities of apricots. He was initially puzzled; as apricots aren’t known to be a cancer-fighting food, until he found out they also ate the pits of the apricot seeds. It seems apricot seeds are one of the richest sources of nitrilosides!
Nitrilosides are found in the seeds, not only of apricots, but also peaches, apples, millet, bean sprouts, buckwheat, and other fruits and nuts.
After Dr. Krebs proceeded to extract certain glycosides from plants containing nitrilosides, he applied for a patent for the process of producing a metabolite form of the glycosides for clinical use. He then named it Laetrile.
After several years of clinical testing of it as a possible cancer cure, Laetrile was renamed Vitamin B17. And this is significant because a vitamin is a co-enzyme, meaning that it must be associated with an enzyme to function properly.
The above mentioned Hunzakats consume 100-200 times more B17 than the average American does—because of consuming the seeds of apricots. They also consume a lot of millet. AND they’re cancer-free!
Everybody should know about this, right? Well, not according to the Cancer Industry, which has suppressed all information about it (surprise…). Not only that, but they pilloried vitamin B17 as containing “deadly” cyanide. And, of course, vitamin B17 is perfectly safe, and harmless to healthy tissues.
While true, that each molecule of B17 DOES contain one unit of hydrogen cyanide, one unit of benzaldehyde and two of glucose (sugar), tightly bound together, it IS harmless to healthy tissues. And here’s why:
For the hydrogen cyanide to become deadly it is necessary to unlock the molecule to release it. Only an enzyme called beta-glucosidase can unlock that molecule. While this enzyme IS present all over the body in minute quantities, it does appear in HUGE quantities in—cancer cells.
To be continued next post………
Leave a Reply