There is a mysterious vitamin that exists that you probably haven’t heard of… I know I recently learned about it a couple years ago myself.
It’s call vitamin B-17 and some experts say there’s been a 40-year coverup regarding this nutrient.
Some have reached the following conclusion:
It’s logical to assertain that vitamin B-17 supplements were banned because it was too effective and worked much better than anything Big Pharma could produce at that time, without side effects, and a lot lower expense. The cancer industry would make much less profit if this information got out.
The Back Story
According to Dr. Weil and many other mainstream doctors, there is no such thing as vitamin B17. They claim that the term is inaccurately applied to laetrile, a discredited cancer drug, and amygdalin, the natural substance from which laetrile is made.
Amygdalin occurs in the seeds of apricot, peaches, and almonds. Despite the lack of proof that laetrile/amygdalin works, promoters have continued to make unwarranted claims about it, referring to it as vitamin B17 and selling it as a dietary supplement to prevent, as well as treat, cancer.
However, on the other side of the fence…
Some experts claim that Vitamin B17 does exist and that it benefits patients diagnosed with cancer, but pharmaceutical magnums do not want the world to know this. Why? They would lose their profits. It is much easier to lure people in their own death while keeping the potential cure aside.
It is banned to write, film or participate in public debates on this subject. The FDA, American Cancer Society, and American Medical Association are part of the game as well.
We give you the story of a woman who decided to take things in her own hands. She fought the disease alone, with no help or expensive treatment. Her treatment involved administration of vitamin B17 and the cancer soon responded the way she expected.
Unfortunately, the cancer came back right after she stopped using the vitamin. If you have not heard about this vitamin before, it is highly concentrated in apricot kernels and provides great benefits when used properly.
The woman refused to do chemo and vitamin B17 was the only thing she took. Believe it or not, the therapy destroyed her malignant tumors, and she was cancer-free and healthy again. She took 500mg of vitamin B17 twice a day for 10 weeks straight.
Banned by the FDA
Banned by the FDA in the 1980s but touted by some alternative medicine practitioners as a treatment for cancer, the controversy over the innocently named vitamin B17 rages on.
Once labeled and marketed as a vitamin, its appearance practically disappeared without a trace within the mainstream medical community.
Today, however, a simple Web search pulls multiple blogs and articles either generously supporting this nutrient as a miracle cure or vilifying it as a hoax.
Vitamin B17, also called amygdalin or laetrile, is a glycoside nutrient linked with cancer prevention in alternative medicine practices — and there are anecdotal claims that it’s actually cured cancer.
Vitamin B17 is derived from natural food sources and most abundant in seeds of plants of the prunasin family, such as apricots and apples.
Vitamin B17, which has the scientific name mandelonitrile beta-D-gentiobioside, is considered a nitriloside, a natural cyanide-containing substance. Laetrile, the extract form of vitamin B17, is most well-known for potentially helping prevent cancer development through the production of hydrogen cyanide.
This beneficial compound is released into the body’s tissues and targets and destroys mutated cells. Although more formal research is still needed to prove vitamin B17’s effectiveness, many alternative medicine practitioners use vitamin B17 to increase immunity.
This video is from G. Edward Griffin, an investigative journalist who wrote the book World Without Cancer; The Story of Vitamin B17.