Jason Vale’s Recovery From Cancer Using Prayer and Vitamin B17, Called Laetrile

Is One Cure For Cancer Vitamin B17, also  known as Laetrile or Amydgalin?

Jason Vale is a Christian man who recovered completely from cancer using regular prayer as well as making some changes and additions to his diet.  One thing he used in his daily diet  and which he attributes much to his recovery, was Laetrile, Vitamin B17, which is found in apricot kernels.

Jason Vale  has a web-site which helps people who wish to begin an alternative cancer treatment.  He is currently facing trial in America, because the FDA, the Food Drug Administration of America, have charged him with supplying a phone number to someone who wanted to obtain Laetrile in the form of Apricot kernels.

The FDA  have a history of chasing out anybody who treats cancer through alternative means, apparently because the pharmaceutical companies, backed by many people in the medical profession, are not receptive to any competition in the healing sciences.  If people can get well from cancer without using drugs, then this means no profits for the drug companies.

Of course, you have to be careful not to over-dose with the apricot kernels, as they contain cyanide which can kill you if it does not cure you.  As a preventative measure against degenerative disease, no more than 3 per day could be taken by a person of average build who is not on a special detoxifying regime for cancer.  The idea is that the body can take more apricot kernels – no more than 9 a day eaten in divided doses – if castor oil is used every second day, with daily enemas, as these cleansing measures would wash away many nutrients, and much of the cyanide in the kernels.  Without these detox measures, you could easily be poisoned if you were to take even 6 per day on a regular basis.  However, there are many other ways in which you can poison yourself by natural means if you so desire – eating rhubarb leaves, which look like spinach, will kill you quicker than anything.  So we don’t eat rhubarb leaves.  And rhubarb is not banned, because the FDA assumes that people are not going to do anything so stupid.

A steady diet of carrots alone will kill you, as you would be poisoned by too much beta carotene, a Vitamin A precursor.  Carrots are not banned, because the FDA assumes that people will not be so stupid as to eat carrots alone. Yet they have banned the miracle herb Comfrey because of this pretended danger – that people will eat too much of it – when the real reason is that they don’t want us to be able to use Comfrey, as they want to reserve its magical healing ingredients for themselves, and charge us the earth for it when it will actually grow like a week in your garden if you let it. If they hadn’t banned it.

And now, the pharmaceutical companies via the FDA are trying to outlaw people using apricot kernels for cancer.

Jason Vale’s case is a very interesting one:  He has the support of his Christian fellowship, and is going to fight his case to the MAX.  His lawyers claim that they have proof that the FDA and the pharmaceutical companies have known about the effectiveness of Vitamin B17, called Laetrile, for many years now, but that they have kept the value of Laetrile hidden, more or less because they do not want people to get well, but wish instead to sell them many kinds of expensive  drugs for their cancer treatments instead –   Drugs which are probably less effective than using Laetrile from apricot kernels, combined with a special detoxifying programme.

The story is a little similar to the tobacco one,  if this is true:  The tobacco industry knew for decades that tobacco smoking did in fact seriously harm people’s health, yet they kept this revelation under wraps because of the massive profits cigarette sales brought to them.

Dr Max Gerson, who successfully cured many people of cancer, is one eminent doctor whom the FDA  hounded and chased out of America,  mainly because he was a threat to the orthodox medical profession and their big bosses, the drug companies.  If Dr Gerson had been allowed to continue his cancer-healing practice in America, then the word would have got out, and pharmaceutical companies, as well as many doctors who sell their drugs off, would have been out of pocket.

Vitamin B17 is also found in the kernels of other stone fruits such as nectarines, peaches, plums, almonds, and seed fruits such as apples, pears, quinces, and grapes, as well as citrus fruits such as lemons and oranges.

The use of Vitamin B17 in apricot kernels for helping to reduce cancer masses is an idea which has been around for a long time.  Dr Max Gerson used Vitamin B17 in his alternative treatments for cancer in the mid 20th century, as did Dr Anne Wigmore, Walter Last, and probably many hundreds more therapists who were helping people to recover from cancer.

Vitamin B17 helps to reduce the pain of cancer, and has been found to be helpful in reducing cancer masses when used in combination with other detoxifying measures such as castor oil, enemas, and predominantly fresh juice diets.  Of course, not even Dr Max Gerson had a 100% success rate with his alternative cancer treatment.  But many people who have not had success with orthodox treatment, or who decided in the very beginning that they would not use radiation or chemotherapy methods  in their treatments, have recovered from cancer and other degenerative disease, such as multiple sclerosis, parkinson’s, and chronic arthritis by following a strict dietary regime such as Dr Gerson’s cancer treatment.

Jason Vale is one modern person who has been successful in recovering from cancer using these alternative methods, after medical science had given  up all hope of his recovery.

Jacqui Davison is another who adopted the natural cleansing approach, and lived to tell the tale, after she  been given up by her doctors and given only three weeks or so to live.  Jacqui wrote a book about her recovery.


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