John Richardson Jr., the president of the Richardson Nutritional Center (RNC), lamented how the medical establishment is demonizing amygdalin – an effective natural treatment for cancer.
“I’m not going to say that amygdalin or laetrile is the silver bullet. It’s a whole dietary plan my dad had, and many doctors have now,” he said during the March 9 episode of “Champions with Kerri Rivera” on Brighteon.TV.
“But I do know that it is the most demonized [yet] most effective natural treatment out there. And why say demonized? Doctors have lost their lives … and their practices literally by treating people with amygdalin.”
The RNC president recounted meeting and talking to doctors that have used amygdalin in their practices. However, he added that these doctors have to keep it a secret.
“They have to keep it private. If they bring it out and talk about it, the wrong people will come after them. And I’ve even had doctors say that they were proven. They know it worked, but they told me they would be putting themselves out of practice. They would be ending their practice if this was known.”
According to Richardson, anything that works or is good will not be known to many people because it will be suppressed.
Richardson is the son of the late Dr. John Richardson, the author of the 1977 book “Laetrile Case Histories: The Richardson Cancer Clinic Experience.” The book’s 2005 edition documented the follow-ups of the original patients the elder Richardson treated for cancer.
The younger Richardson said his father’s book was selling more online copies nowadays. He added that they are now trying to find a patriot printer to publish physical copies of the book. This, the younger Richardson added, forms part of his commitment to carrying on his father’s mission.
According to Richardson, apricot seeds contain the highest amount of amygdalin in nature. The younger Richardson cited the words of G. Edward Griffin, the author of “World Without Cancer,” who said that cancer can be wiped out in people’s lifetimes if everyone ate eight to 10 apricot seeds daily. (Related: How laetrile or B17 from apricot seeds kills only cancer cells.)
He also mentioned that there are 1,200 different foods containing amygdalin and eating those foods regularly will lessen the incidence of cancer. According to Medical News Today, amygdalin can be found in the seeds of fruits like as apples, cherries, plums and peaches. By eating amygdalin-rich foods, the younger Richardson argued that cancer can be prevented.
Amygdalin has been known for hundreds of years. Nowadays, amygdalin comes in two forms – ground-up seed meal or in capsules, the latter being sold under the name laetrile.
Richardson pointed out that getting amygdalin in a person’s diet is the key to unlocking its anti-cancer properties. Five to 10 apricot seeds with 20 milligrams (mg) per seed would amount to between 100 and 200 mg a day, an amount he says is good for someone who isn’t sick. However, that amount would be insufficient for a person already sick.
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