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Why A Man Was Jailed for Healing Himself of Cancer

Cancer Is Big Business

 
Billions of dollars are spent every year on allopathic cancer treatments, while alternative healing methods are suppressed and even considered criminal.

Ever heard of former arm wrestler Jason Vale? This Brooklyn man was diagnosed with terminal cancer. After turning away from allopathic treatments that made him feel worse, he began eating a certain superfood. With no other treatments, his cancer was gone. Amazed, he decided to tell the world. The problem is, he used the word “cure” and “cancer” in the same sentence.

The next thing he knew, he was in maximum security federal prison serving a 5-year sentence.

 

What Superfood Did Jason Vale Eat?

 
Apricot Kernels  None other than apricot kernels, which are simply the edible seeds of apricots. Apricot kernels contain a rare substance called amygdalin, otherwise known as vitamin B17. One study found that amygdalin “significantly inhibited” cervical cancer cells.1 Another study found that amygdalin destroyed prostate cancer cells, concluding that “amygdalin may offer a valuable option for the treatment of prostate cancers.”2  Yet another study suggested that amygdalin has an “anticancer effect” by inhibiting genes related to colon cancer cells.3 The list of research goes on.
 

 

The Sunfood Difference

 
Our raw organic apricot kernels come from wild apricot trees growing on mountain slopes in Uzbekistan untouched by chemicals. The apricots are harvested gently by hand. Then the kernels are removed and slowly sun-dried to bring you the highest quality, sustainable apricot kernels.
 

 

What Else Can Apricot Kernels Do?

 
Amygdalin is known to have anti-inflammatory and pain relieving effects. One study observed the anti-arthritic effects of amygdalin and concluded that it “may serve as an analgesic for relieving inflammatory pain.”4

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…

 
“They Are Definitely Doing Something” Review by Elizabeth
“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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Sources:
1 – “Amygdalin induces apoptosis in human cervical cancer cell line HeLa cells.” Jilin University, China, 2013.
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.

Sunfood’s “Natural Solutions” does not promote or suggest natural cures, natural healing or natural remedies for any disease, disorder or ailment thereof. This information should be treated as educational material gathered and discovered from various studies, clinical trials and customer reviews. It is designed to encourage healthy lifestyles, and independent conclusions in regards to natural products and alternative health choices. This information has not been approved by the FDA and has not been verified by medical professionals. It is best to consult with your healthcare practitioner before attempting any form of natural cure, natural healing or natural remedy to any health issues.

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