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The Laetrile Saga, Part I: Cancer Treatment and Prevention
NaturalNews) Laetrile, also known as amygdaline or vitamin B17, is found in the food supply and occurs naturally in at least 1200 different plants, including apricots, peaches, apple seeds, lentils, cashews, brown
rice, millet, and alfalfa. Commercial preparations of laetrile are obtained from the kernels of apricots, peaches and bitter almonds. In fact, its active ingredient
-amygdaline - comes from the Greek word for almond:
For many centuries laetrile has been used to treat cancer and other diseases. In his book, The Cancer Industry, Ralph Moss, PhD cites its medicinal use throughout history:
Laetrile use in medicine dates from the time of China legendary culture hero Emperor Shen Nung (1st-2nd century A.D.), which is said to list kernel preparations useful against tumors. Ancient Egyptian, Greek, Roman, and Arabic physicians were all familiar with the biologic properties of bitter almond water... Pliny the Elder, Marcellus Empiricus, and Avicenna all used preparations containing laetrile to treat tumors. The same is true of the medieval pharmacopoeia.
Laetrile's endurance to this day as a cancer therapy and preventative is notable, especially considering the cancer industry's great effort to discredit its value.
Laetrile, when spelled with a capital "L" refers to a concentrated extract of amygdaline derived specifically from apricot pits, as developed by Dr. Ernst Krebs Jr., who pioneered its modern use in cancer therapy in the late 1940s and coined its name. Since that time other commercial forms of amygdaline have been developed - collectively known as laetrile, with a small "l". The various forms of amygdaline are all derived from plant sources containing natural substances that release hydrogen cyanide when certain bodily conditions are met.
The body requires an enzyme called beta-glucosidase in order to process laetrile and release the cyanide. Studies have shown that cancer cells contain more of this enzyme than normal cells, which allows for a higher release of cyanide at tumor sites.