Energy for good cells, poison for bad cells
Laetrile is natural and powerful anti-tumor agent found in over 1,200 plants, and is best known for its ability to prevent metastases (cancer spreading and invasion of neighboring cells) without collateral damage to healthy normal cells.
Found in particularly high concentration in the stones and seeds of common fruits such as apricots, peaches, plums and apples, Laetrile is a diglucoside which contains a cyanide radical that is highly “bio-accessible”, meaning that it is able to penetrate through the cellular membrane.
Laetrile serves as glucose to healthy cells, providing energy when it is metabolized. Normal healthy cells contain an enzyme called rhodenase, which “neutralizes” the laetrile and prevents the release of cyanide as a by-product of the metabolism. Cancer cells do not contain the rhodenase enzyme, which means that when they break down laetrile, cyanide is released within malignant cells, causing the destruction of the tumor.
Laetrile has been scientifically to be non-toxic to healthy cells; our own experience with thousands of patients gives us complete confidence that this natural agent poses no danger within an alternative cancer treatment program.
Laetrile is effective in reducing tumor related pain and increasing the survivability of late stage critical patients. It is best known for its ability to prevent metastases in all types of cancers.
Through treatment of hundreds of patients, the Angeles Functional Oncology team has identified the optimal level of Laetrile treatment as six grams, intravenously delivered once per day over a period of three weeks.
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