Organic bitter kernels are born from the study of the Hunzakuts, a town that lives in the Hunza Valley River at more than 2400 meters above sea level between India and Pakistan. The particularity of this town is an almost absence of diseases and a life expectancy well above the average of humanity. Scientists estimate that the secret of this longevity and resistance to many diseases is in the power of the Hunzakuts organic bitter apricot kernels, composed mainly of fresh or dried fruits, vegetables, and sheep’s cheese, but also some daily consumes bitter apricot kernels. Some American researchers consider that amygdalin, a substance present in these nuclei of organic bitter kernels and also known as vitamin B17, laetrile would partially explain this peculiarity.
However, it should be noted that, despite its name, vitamin B17 is not a true vitamin, but a group of the glycoside molecule. In addition, bitter almonds containing amygdalin come from bitter wild fruits, while sweet almonds do not contain sweet almonds ripe apricots. Our formulation of apricot powder bitter capsules has several advantages over the consumption of dry whole kernels: practicality of use (not grinding or chewing long kernels), no taste in the mouth so that the kernels are very bitter and then determination guaranteed by 1% in the amygdala, risks of bad mold hearts do not conserve …
Organic bitter kernels are a popular healthy fruit that contains seeds or grains ”, which are edible and contain several beneficial compounds such as vitamins, fiber, and healthy fats. Cores are available in health food stores and can be a healthy part of a well-balanced diet. However, certain precautions should be considered before regular consumption.
Characteristics of organic bitter kernels:
Apricots are a type of fruit in relation to plums that are commonly grown in Mediterranean countries. Within the fruit is a single large seed that is enclosed in a hard shell. Although most often eat the flesh of the fruit, few can realize that the seeds are edible. Seeds, or “grains,” are a good source of dietary fiber and protein. In addition, they have no cholesterol and are a rich source of vitamin E and heart-healthy monounsaturated fats.
Organic bitter kernels are promoted as a healthy food and are easy to obtain in stores and mail order websites. The taste of apricot kernels can vary from slightly sweet to very bitter. The sweeter variety is similar in taste and texture to almonds and can sometimes be used as a substitute for recipes.
Even though apricot kernels have health benefits, they are high in the amygdala compound, which is a molecule that contains potentially toxic cyanide. Side effects of the toxicity of this compound include a headache, nausea, fatigue, and lethargy. The molecule was for many years believed to have anti-cancer properties, but recent studies have disputed these claims. A clinical trial was published finding that the amygdala was potentially toxic and not suitable for the treatment of cancer.
Although apricot kernels are potentially toxic, poisoning due to the amygdala is relatively rare. A study conducted in the “Annals of Emergency Medicine” published the effects of intoxication and is described as similar to the toxicity of cyanide. However, the amount of apricot kernels that would have to be consumed to give rise to these symptoms is very high. Eating a single serving of apricot kernels from a reliable source no more than once a day is extremely safe in healthy adults, and the health benefits outweigh the potential risks. Many people have asked us if it is true or not that organic bitter kernels help fight cancer. To give an answer, we have to analyze several aspects.
Healing properties of apricot oil:
From the organic bitter kernels, you can get the organic bitter kernels oil. This oil contains olein, glyceride of linoleic acid and a clear crystalline chemical compound called amygdalin or laetrile. This compound is also known as vitamin B. The oil is chemically indistinguishable from the bitter almond oil. Although apricot kernel oil often degrades into a toxic substance capable of producing death in the human body, there are varieties of the apricot kernel that are edible.
Apricot kernel oil is much cheaper than almond oil, so some manufacturers use it instead of bitter almond oil to flavor sweets and in the kitchen. Apricot oil is also widely used in the manufacture of cosmetics, to which it is often added fraudulently instead of almond oil. It has to soften properties of the skin and is often used to make soaps, hand creams, and perfumes.
Phytotherapists who practice traditional Chinese herbal medicine use apricot kernel for the treatment of respiratory diseases such as bronchitis and emphysema. It is believed to act as a cough suppressant and expectorant. It can also be used as a laxative. There is an important controversy regarding the apricot kernel and specifically about the amygdalin, one of its compounds. For many years and in many countries, it has been recognized as a possible substance that prevents cancer and inhibits the growth of malignant cells. It has been used as the cancer treatment, especially for tumors related to tobacco use, such as lung cancer.
More recent studies show that tonsillar does not destroy cancer cells. In addition, there is enough documentation to show that amygdalin is broken down into cyanide, a potent toxin that, in the human body, if taken in sufficiently high doses, can lead to death.
Preparations of Organic bitter kernels:
Apricot seed is not sold in all natural food stores and, in many countries, it is not an approved drug. In Chinese markets and pharmacies, it is sold in the form of whole kernel or seed, as well as decoctions that include cough syrups.
Chinese doctors often combine organic bitter kernels with other plants, such as blackberry leaf. In some Chinese medical trials, it has been shown that a paste made with apricot kernel and sugar can alleviate chronic bronchitis.