Amygdalin or also known as Vitamin B17 is a compound that can be isolated from the seeds of fruits such as peaches, bitter almonds, and apricots. When taken into the body, it forms cyanide which is thought to kill cancer cells. It can be administered orally as a pill, or it can be given by injection.
In terms of naturopathic treatment, amygdalin has natural cancer treatment properties with high efficiency, and it works specifically on cancer cells. The structure of amygdalin contains a non-toxic cyanide because it is surrounded by sugar molecules, which causes the toxicity of cyanite to disappear. Therefore, it is not toxic to human cells. Amygdalin can be used as a decoy when cancer cells draw amygdalin into the cancer cells, therefore causing further toxicity to the cancer cells.
Amygdalin or also known as Vitamin B17 is a compound that can be isolated from the seeds of fruits such as peaches, bitter almonds, and apricots. When taken into the body, it forms cyanide which is thought to kill cancer cells.
In addition to the structure of Amygdalin, it was found to contain Benzaldehyde, which is an aldehyde and can be effective in binding cholesterol and fat, making it able to penetrate cancer cells and thereby blocking the process of creating new cancer cells. The cancer cell can’t take sugar for food and gets weaker. Therefore, making Benzaldehyde is effective in killing cancer.
Amygdalin also regulates the levels of the neurotransmitters sodium and potassium, reducing the electrical conduction of nerve impulses induced by cancer cells via Methaemoglobin synthesis. Therefore, when amygdalin can block signal induction, which can also help reduce the pain experienced by cancer patients.
Normal cells will not be affected by Amygdalin treatment since they consume 19 times less food than cancer cells. It’s important to keep in mind that long-term usage of Amygdalin can affect thyroid function by interfering with thyroid hormone activity. Thyroid function can easily be controlled by the treating physician, and according to research, the advantages outweigh the risks.