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Vitamin B17 Amygdalin Apricot Seeds

Post by matt » Wed Mar 02, 2011 9:03 am

Vitamin B17 or amygdalin which is especially rich in apricot seeds is a controversial treatment for cancer. Some say it could actually cure any cancer and people use to had much more vitamin B17 than today. B17 includes cyanide derivative. It is said that this cyanide only gets released when a cancer cell is confronted. This way they would then destroy the cancer cells and alert the immune system.

It's commonly known cancer cells can live in an environment where there's no oxygen available. Normal cells can't live without oxygen.

Now, I must admit that I'm not familiar enough to say what is the relationship between lipoma cells, cancer cells and normal fat cells. I think I have read that lipoma cells are just ordinary fat cells. Still I'm a little sceptical since they are not participating to the normal metabolism. I'm trying to investigate this a little more but I desided to go and buy some apricot seeds and try to see if they have any effect on my lipomas. I will start carefully and report the possible results later. I read they need be crushed in order to have any effect. Also they do not digest very well... But let's see, I think I'll give it a few months.

In the mean time there some interesting documents available:

This document features B17 as treatment for cancer (it's rather long, about an hour but I enjoyed wathing it):



Here's another one: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid ... 0281243507# (also about an hour and an older document but that doesn't mean it's wrong)
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Re: B17 amygdalin apricot seeds

Post by matt » Wed Mar 23, 2011 12:51 pm

I have been eating apricot seeds for the last couple of weeks and to my surprise the lipomas have gotten a lot softer!? And the best part is that none of them hurt any longer if pressed. I have consumed from 5 to 10 seeds per day and I want to emphasize that even this amount is considered to be very large. According to the health instructions you should only eat one to two per day because of the toxity. I have not had any side effects though. But please be cautios if you are planning to eat the apricot kernels.

I started with just two per day and gradually rised the dose up to ten. I think I will try to go around 15 per day.

I have also started to drink some green tea. It's way too early to say anything about the lipomas going away but for now it's nice to see they are softer and don't hurt. To be honest, I really don't think they will ever disappear but it's worth to try since herbal products are usually quite cheap and safe.

But I will report more later about the apricot kernels and my lipomas.
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Re: B17 amygdalin apricot seeds

Post by matt » Tue Apr 05, 2011 5:53 pm

Just a quick update. Still eating about 15 dryed apricot seeds per day. I definitely don't want to over do it because of the health concerns. I know someone with cancer have eaten about 30 per day but I'm happy with my 15 for now.

I don't know... Maybe I'm imagening but I do feel that most of my 50+ lipomas have gotten a lot softer. None has actually disappeared but that I didn't even expect. All of the lipomas have somehow stopped hurting, even if I massage them? Don't know why but this happened after I started taking the apricot kernels. I think because my lipomas feel softer now, I have the illusion that they are somehow smaller. But I don't think so. Still I have to wonder, how come they have become softer? Something has to be changed? Is there less fluid in my lipomas? I haven't done anything else except eaten the kernels. Oh yes, I did start taking serrapeptase enzyme along but the lipomas felt softer even before.

Well, if not anything else, I'm happy that at the moment my lipomas are painless! :)

Let's see how's the situation in May.

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Re: B17 amygdalin apricot seeds

Post by matt » Fri May 20, 2011 7:08 am

This is an update. It's been over a month since I last updated. And I must admit that something is happening. Most of my lipomas are still very soft compared to the time before the apricot seeds. None of my lipomas hurt if pressed and there's has been only minimal itching (maybe once or twice a week) compared to the time before (every day). Still, none has actually disappeared. I've been eating around 10-20 kernels per day. I had to quit for one week because of some nasty flu but I've since started again. I have at least two lipomas which definitely look and feel smaller. But I'm not sure is it because the tumor has actually shrank, or is it because the tumor is softer?

It might all still be a coincidence but I will happily continue my path with the kernels since I don't think this amount does me any harm. It's for sure a slow path but that doesn't matter to me if it works.

See you in next month!
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Re: B17 amygdalin apricot seeds

Post by kayker » Wed May 25, 2011 12:34 am

Matt...encouraging to hear about your progress with the apricot seeds. From some of your other posts I am under the impression that you have been using the serapeptase at the same time. Is that correct? If so, I'm curious about whether you think the improvement is from the apricot seeds, the serapeptase or the combination of both? Thanks!
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Re: B17 amygdalin apricot seeds

Post by matt » Wed May 25, 2011 8:26 am

Hi there kayker!

Yes, you are correct, I eat Serrapeptase enzyme at the same time because I read it might help. Still, my lipomas started softening even before I bought the quite expensive enzyme. So whatever, if anything, is happening, I believe it is because of the apricot seeds. There is of course a chance that my lipomas are softening by coincidence, This is why I'm not pushing the seeds to anybody but will continue eating them.

There might theoretically be a chance that the two are doing cooperation since Serrapeptase is said to remove dead tissue.

Still I puzzle whether I will buy more Serrapeptase. It's quite expensive and I haven't noticed any help with it.
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Re: B17 amygdalin apricot seeds

Post by Guest » Tue Jun 07, 2011 5:27 pm

hi matt

Any progress.?
i have also started taking apricot kernels for my lipoma.
Been some months and have only noticed a slight improvement.
maybe i should take at least 10 per day.
i also heard its good to put 10 kernels in a blender and then
mix with a fruit or vegetable juice.

thanks
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Re: B17 amygdalin apricot seeds

Post by Durable » Sat Jun 11, 2011 11:19 pm

hi there,

i would like to know how you eat the seeds? or do you take a vitamin subsitute? do you order from the net?
would be good with another update,
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Re: B17 amygdalin apricot seeds

Post by matt » Mon Jun 13, 2011 10:17 am

Hi there,

I have noticed some improvement. Not so much I would yet recommend everybody to go and buy apricot seeds. The improvement what I'm seeing is softening of the lipoma tissue. It might be because of the softening that some also feel smaller. The other significant improvement for me is that after I started eating the apricot seeds, my lipomas quit hurting and itching and haven't done that since. Before my lipomas were very hard and painful to the pressure.

I have since started to question the gene link and I am more prone to the idea that lipomas might be fungus, bacteria or virus related. This would somehow explain the effects I'm noticing. But there's a slight problem; apricot seeds taken orally is not very efficient. One would need to have some sort of infusion or injection therapy. Still, I want to first know, after eating apricot seeds for a year or so, does it help at all to any of my lipomas. So far there's hope...

I'm eating around 15-25 seeds per day. I must admit that every now and then I skip a day or two because I simply forget to eat them. Sometimes I only eat 5 per day. So I'm not the most loyal of obeying my own schedule. One thing I'm sure about is that it's a long process, at least a year or two.

I order mine from a local web shop. They are dried seeds which do not include as much amygdalin than the fresh apricots but are much more easier and cheaper to consume. I have bought a couple of times some fresh apricots but breaking up the hard cover of the seeds is difficult and messy. I simply take 4-7 seeds at a time and chew them in my mouth into a smooth mass. They taste bitter but it doesn't matter to me. I try to eat them into an empty stomach (2 hours before or after the meal). After chewing I drink some water. I don't drink juices because I want the seeds to be processed as well as possible in my guts. I'm not sure if it helps at all though.

There hasn't been really any new improvements since my last update. Most lipomas still feel softer than before but none has gotten smaller anymore. None of them hurt or itch. Haven't noticed any new ones appearing, at least not yet. The past month has been miserable for me when it comes to the eating schedule of the seeds. I have missed "my dose" too many times. I'm going to work on that in the upcoming month.

PS. I don't promote buying the apricot seeds at this moment but if somebody does eat them, please post if you notice anything. And please post also if you don't notice anything!

PPS. I get back to you in July.
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Re: B17 amygdalin apricot seeds

Post by jugeotte » Wed Jun 15, 2011 11:10 am

ok!
Good luck Matt, I really hope someone will find a solution to these lipomas!

bye,
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Re: B17 amygdalin apricot seeds

Post by Durable » Wed Jun 15, 2011 5:26 pm

it seems like there is some sort of improvement,
so i think that i might as well start eating apricot seeds as well, gonna see if i can find some in my local health store,

i have had serveral lipomas removed from my back, but the scars are almost just as bad, no fun to always have to wear something on my back so i dont show the scars, but on the other hand i dont mind people touching my back and finding a big lump! =P so i take the scars even though its not a good remedy...
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Re: B17 amygdalin apricot seeds

Post by Durable » Thu Jun 30, 2011 5:40 pm

how is this Treamemnt going? anyone eating apricot seeds?
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Re: B17 amygdalin apricot seeds

Post by Klaus » Sun Jul 17, 2011 10:10 am

Hallo everyone,
since 14. July I have now started a new research by testing these apricot seeds. I made several research about the consumtion and I'm advised to take not more between 4-6 seeds every day, because my wight is over 60 kg. To justify the bitter taste, I'm eating at the same time one or two dry apricot fruits. Once again based on the measurement of the last Ultrasound, 23.05., I will test the seeds over a period of 2 months and I will see what all 5 lipomas will looks like after the next ultrasound test than.

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Re: B17 amygdalin apricot seeds

Post by Ragna kr » Sun Jul 17, 2011 4:10 pm

Hi there Matt,
It is interesting to read about you testing the affects of apricot seeds. Thank you for sharing. I have made a decision to take out all hard fat (trans) sorry I dont know the english word for this.. well you find this in butter and products that have been worked on a lot.. like hot dogs, hamburgers.. ect. I will also take out glouten (sorry again dont know the english word) found in wheat.. I will use spelt instead. I find that in my case I have had problems since I was a child with digesting fat things, I believe eggs as well.. and products with wheat. So this is what I will try. I am a 41 y.old female from Iceland. I have at least 3 lipoma.. they are all recent.. and all quite large.
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Re: B17 amygdalin apricot seeds

Post by Durable » Sun Jul 17, 2011 8:57 pm

sounds good that you gonna do some test Klause, will be good to get some actual information on this tip.
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Re: B17 amygdalin apricot seeds

Post by lipoman » Tue Jul 19, 2011 4:18 am

Hi. I'm a 19 years old male from Mexico. My girlfriend (18) told me yesterday she has Lipomatosis, and that most of her dad's family has this too. She thought I was going to break her up for that. Now, I registered so I can find a solution for her because she is a pretty girl but she has a very low self-esteem . I hope this apricot seeds really help us all even if it needs to be taken for a long period of time! Regards.
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Re: B17 amygdalin apricot seeds

Post by Durable » Thu Jul 21, 2011 7:40 pm

hi llipo man.

i know how your girl is feeling=P not the easiest thing to have.

Luckily its not dangerous, so thats a little relief.
unfortunaly there is no real cure yet, there will be eventually... some companies have started doing research. but theres a long way to go before they can actually produce a pill and sell it on the market...=S
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Re: B17 amygdalin apricot seeds

Post by Klaus » Fri Jul 22, 2011 2:39 am

Hi Lipoman,
not good news with your girlfriend. But you must explain why you believe your girlfriend has lipomatosis? Is that the number you are concerned? I'm asking you why. In the Dercum history we have learnt that we talking about Lipoma-Tumors, which are not a disease and types of dolorosa (Dercum disease) From all these different types there is only one type, adiposis dolorosa or, more commonly, fatty tissue rheumatism, and effects women of 20-40 years and can spread from grandmother-mother-daughter.

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Re: B17 amygdalin apricot seeds

Post by lipoman » Fri Jul 22, 2011 7:10 am

Hello again everybody.
I don't have much information about her disease, and I haven't asked too much to avoid making her think I'm concerned because I think her problem is nasty, but I will ask when I feel she's ready to talk about it. Anyway I know a few things: She has many lipomas, maybe more than 100, most of them can't be seen easily, nor hurt (only when pressed). Her dad and his family has this so it's familial. She had many removed by small excisions. FML I guess?
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Re: B17 amygdalin apricot seeds

Post by Durable » Wed Jul 27, 2011 12:01 am

where do you buy apricot seeds?

Hi, I just bought seeds from Iherb among other things. I used to buy from a local natural products store but noticed it was cheaper to order from Iherb. Just remember to start with few and always chew properly into an empty stomach. Cheers.
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