apricot seed


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apricot seed

Chinese medicine
The inner kernel of apricots (Prunus armeniaca), which is used as an antitussive, expectorant and laxative.
 
Fringe oncology
Apricot seeds/pits are a source of amygdalin or Laetrile.
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The key ingredients, predominantly sourced from New Zealand's natural resources, contain: salts from Kaikora on the East Coast, Manuka tee tree, avocado oil, spring water, Ngali nut oil, apricot seeds, essential oils, seaweed, and organic rosehip oil.
He also instructs his patients to take two special digestive enzymes, one slice of pineapple and five apricot seeds - four times a day.
Containing coconut and jojoba, it is also packed with apricot seeds, each of which acts like a mini loofah on your skin.
So much so that America's health officials warned Internet users on Wednesday to beware of an illegal concoction made of apricot seeds that's touted as a cancer cure.
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It included powdered grass, curry spices, apricot seeds and selenium tablets.
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1980 - The exfoliating craze begins with facial scrubs made of ground apricot seeds and other natural ingredients.
The scrub is made with pumice granules, jojoba and apricot seeds to exfoliate and clean feet.