Soaking And Chewing Them!

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This is my experience with apricot kernels! ~~~Nancy
This is not health information!
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Hi! everyone!
This is ~~~Nancy!

A friend of mine explained to me the importance
of both soaking and chewing apricot
kernels! I've got a video below which
tells in detail why this is necessary!

... continue below ...

~~~Nancy
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P.S. This is the most popular brand of Apricot Kernel purchased!
Hunza Gold Bitter Certified Organic Raw Apricot Kernels

Products are below!
As well as releasing the enzymes, the soaking action also removes mold from them!

Mold develops on nuts and seeds during the packing and shipping time! All nuts have mold!
Chewing the kernels is essential in the way that the B17 and Amygdalin works inside of the body.
The amygdalin mixes with our saliva which activates the enzymes! From what I've experienced it is the correct process and method!
This information can also be obtained in the book How to Eat, Move and Be Healthy Get the book below!~` below by
Dr. Paul Chek The Chek Institute ~`
~~~Nancy

P.S. I'm a cosmetologist, so this isn't health advice! It's just what I do! ~`ng



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