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Cancer Fighting With Stone Fruits

Updated on February 5, 2016

Cancer Fighting Fruits

My Dad has had Lymphoma twice, my Grandfather passed away from an inoperable colon cancer, my grandmother passed away from lung cancer, my in-laws have recurring melanomas and I have had cervical cancer.

I am in search of natural treatments for cancer. I have found that there are certain fruits that could help fight against cancer.

Did you know that the seeds in the pit of stone plants contain cancer-fighting properties? The property is Vitamin B17, also known as Laetrile.

Stone plants include fruits like apricot, apple, peach, cherry, orange and nectarine.

Apricot kernels carry the largest amount of B17 out of all of the stone plants. The seeds also contain a small amount of cyanide, which could be toxic in large amounts.

From what I have researched, if you eat one of these fruits a day with the seeds, you would be in the safe level.

You can crack the pit open with a nut cracker and either roast them or eat them raw. You should chew them to release the B17 before you swallow.

You could also grind them up and add them to cereal or apple juice and drink quickly. It does have a bitter taste.

Apples Are Stone Fruits

Apples Are Stone Fruits
Apples Are Stone Fruits | Source

List Of 10 Fruits that Fight Cancer

10 Fruits that Fight Cancer:

1. Red Grapes

2. Purple Grapes

3. Cherries

4. Cranberries

5. Raspberries

6. Strawberries

7. Blueberries

8. Guava

9. Papaya

10. Apples

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    • caseymel profile image

      caseymel 3 years ago from Indiana

      Thanks billybuc! My grandfather ended up passing away from the colon cancer. About a month after he passed away, they found a spot on my Grandma's lungs. She just passed away in November. I don't need genetic testing to find out what I need to watch out for!

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      Bill Holland 3 years ago from Olympia, WA

      My goodness...your family carries a load for sure. Thank you for this wishes to you, Casey.

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      techsupportguy 4 years ago

      I may be able to help you out. Please check my post. Thanks!

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      socialfuel 5 years ago from Houston, TX

      Herbs and spices contain stronger antioxidants than fruits and vegetables, the antioxidants in these herbs fight cancer causing agents in the body, feel free to see the study:

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      Jen's Solitude 6 years ago from Delaware

      Great information, I had no idea.