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What Else Can Apricot Kernels Do?
It is recommended to start slowly with apricot kernels as they are considered to be a medicinal food. They have relaxing effects and may lower blood pressure, thus it’s recommended to only consume 5 per hour, or 6-10 a day.
Check out this customer review for a personal account…
“I’ve been having these apricot kernels for a few months now, having worked my way up from a couple a day to about 10 or 12 a day (but never more than a few at a time). they are crunchy, aromatic, and slightly bitter, and numb the tip of my tongue when I chew on more than a few at a time. Whatever that particular substance is, it must be working its way into the places I need it most, because I suddenly can’t remember the last time I had a very crippling back or joint pain (it’s always there if I think about it, but I suddenly have to concentrate on it to find it). I also feel having my maximum amount of kernels in one day lowers my heart rate and pressure a bit (similarly to the effects of eating spirulina and chlorella) and is relaxing, though having low blood pressure to begin with, I don’t really need the help. For anyone who does, though, please give these a try. A few kernels go a long way.”
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2 – “Amygdalin induces apoptosis through regulation of Bax and Bcl-2 expressions in human DU145 and LNCaP prostate cancer cells.” Kyung Hee University, South Korea, 2006.
3 – “Amygdalin inhibits genes related to cell cycle in SNU-C4 human colon cancer cells.” Kyung Hee University, South Korea, 2005.
4 – “Inhibitory effect of amygdalin on lipopolysaccharide-inducible TNF-alpha and IL-1beta mRNA expression and carrageenan-induced rat arthritis.” Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology, Oct. 18, 2008.*
*Sunfood does not condone testing on animals.
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