Many scientists believe that vitamin B 17 has anticancer properties.
This vitamin is found in most apricot seeds. Vitamin B 17 is composed of one molecule benzaldehyde, one molecule hydrocyanids and two molecules of glucose. In order to relieve benzaldehyde and cyanide have come into contact with a specific enzyme beta-glucosidase. This enzyme has the most cancer cells (3000 times more).
For the development of cancer cells they need large amounts of energy, or glucose. When you enter vitamin B17, cancer cells absorb the glucose molecule from vitamin B17, and beta-glucosidase enzyme released benzaldehyde and cyanide from vitamin B17, destroying infected cells. Due to the high concentration of beta-glucosidase enzymes, vitamin B17 is extremely lethal to cancer cells, while for normal cells is non-toxic.
Benzaldehyde and cyanide are toxic elements, but in combination with glucose in vitamin B17 molecule, they are inert and have no toxic effects.
Recommended daily dose is 5 to 7 seeds for prevention. the sick it is best to consume 1 to 2 seeds every hour, but no more than 35 pips per day.
But experts warn that there is not one reference site that has recommended vitamin B17 to be used to treat cancer.