90 Cap. Apricot Kernet Powder (amygdalin)
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Apricot kernel oil is obtained from the kernels (seeds) of Apricots. After eating these delicious fruits, the seeds are used to make this powder. Apricot kernel oil is great for use as a massage oil as it is very light and makes the skin soft. Apricot kernels themselves are quite healthy and are being researched for a number of health conditions including cancer. Apricot kernel oil is quite similar to almond oil and its applications are also similar. This oil has a deep, nutty flavor which makes it an excellent ingredient for desserts and other recipes.
Properties: Apricot kernel oil possesses many therapeutic properties which make it suitable for its various uses.
â€¢ Emollient ï¿½" Apricot seed oil is a brilliant emollient (moisturizer).
â€¢ Anti ï¿½" Inflammatory ï¿½" It reduces inflammation when applied topically or when ingested.
â€¢ Anti-Aging ï¿½" It provides nutrition and support to the skin so that aging is reduced.
â€¢ Anti ï¿½" Bacterial ï¿½" This effect is made use of to treat clothes and other products to keep bacteria away. 
â€¢ Anti-Septic ï¿½" reduces risk of infection in open wounds and cuts.
â€¢ Antioxidant ï¿½" prevents the skin from damage by free radicals. 
Color, Taste and Aroma
Aprioct kernel oil is generally light yellow in color. It can also be slighter darker yellow depending on the variety of apricots and the extraction process. There is a slight nutty aroma in this oil. The taste is nutty, somewhat like almonds. It is ideal for making confections like marzipan.
Apricot Kernels: The pit of the apricot fruit is often shelled and eaten directly or used in cooking similarly to the use of almonds. Oil pressed from the kernels has also been used for cooking in the Mediterranean for centuries. These kernels have been used in Europe for over 150 years in the treatment of cancer.
Anti-cancer: Apricot kernels have been found to contain "vitamin B17", which is also known as amygdalin or laetrile. This molecule is also found in bitter almonds and has been touted as a cancer cure. Vitamin B17 is not actually a vitamin and it contains cyanide, a toxic molecule.