Prevent and treat cancer with Laetrile

Laetrile, used for decades in the battle against cancer, is an extract of apricot kernel available in an easy-to-use cream.

Well-known as a cancer treatment, Laetrile has now been formulated into a cream, allowing it to be applied topically to then enter the bloodstream. This new formulation of Laetrile is available in 7% cream form, mixed with 1% DMSO (a powerful carrier through the skin, also bringing its own benefits).

Whereas Laetrile tablets can cause serious complications if taken with certain foodstuffs – such as almonds, raw apricot kernels, raw vegetables and bean sprouts – the cream is able to bypass this stomach problem, offering itself as a safer regular alterative to the tablets.

Use: No more than 1ml of the cream need to be applied daily to the skin, and allowed to absorb. The best sites being the neck, upper chest, breasts, behind the knees, inner arms or inner thighs. The application area could be rotated daily. Some studies have shown additional benefit when B17 is taken with L-cysteine, (or probably better still, N-acetyl-cysteine). Therefore, we recommend this supplement is added to the diet if you are taking laetrile regularly.

Further information about laetrile in the role of cancer is available here. We also highly recommend the book World Without Cancer.


Frequently Asked Questions About Laetrile (B17)

Disclaimer: Please note that only your own physician can determine your precise needs, but in order to give you some information these answers are based upon the ‘average person’ and clinical/ published results.

Is any truth in the fact that Leatrile (B17) contains cyanide?

To understand this properly you should read James South article about Laetrile here

The short answer to the question is ‘yes’ which sounds scary until you understand the context in which the cyanide is contained, much in the same way that ‘chlorine’ is contained within salt, but you don't think that salt is like chlorine etc.

It is likely that it is the cyanide part of Laetrile, which is only released in the presence of cancer cells that actually kills them. It is not released in the presence of normal cells, and only an exceptional set of circumstances can release cyanide in the stomach, which is why we don't recommend the tablets, but rather the injections or the new topical cream, because these cannot convert in the stomach. This information is also contained within the article above, and also at the general product information page at


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What our customers say

Thank you for providing reliable access to this vital nutrient. I understand that many authorities try to treat it with contempt and disdain, but when one understands the politics and vested interests behind cancer, one learns why, and things become much clearer. God bless you.
S.B.L., Mississippi


I think the development of the Laetrile cream is of great benefit and will perhaps finally silence the critics of this important vitamin.
G.D.R., Mexico

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