These special bitter apricot kernels are one of the key staples in the diets of the Hunza people, a remote tribe living in northern Pakistan known for their large centenarian population that lives virtually disease free. These kernels are obtained from the seeds of fresh apricots grown in Canada and are known to contain the chemical compound vitamin B17 also known as laetrile. This compound is said to contain unique anti aging properties, being one of the rare foods that causes the telomeres, the delicate ends of our DNA strands that become damaged over time as we age, to repair and lengthen once more.
How to use: This product should be eaten only in small doses and for only short periods of time. These seeds contain high amounts of cyanide and a healthy adult should not consume more than 5 kernals in one day. Use this product for no more than one week, and then wait at least the same amount of time before continuing supplementation.