Apricot Seed Kernels are a Top 10 Super Seed!
Raw and Untreated
Contains B17, B15 and Natural Enzymes
Approximately 20mg of B17 in every seed
Ready To Eat
Grind Into A Powder For Coffee, Smoothies & More!
Low Glycemic * Gluten Free * Raw * Vegan * Non GMO
WILL MATCH ANY PRICE!!!
Bitter apricot seed kernels have been used in ancient Asian medicine for centuries. The bitter taste is due to a compound in the seeds known as B17. Our bitter raw apricot seeds are manually harvested and raw. The seeds can be chewed or ground and sprinkled onto food or added to a juice, coffee or smoothie.
What is B17?
B17 is a substance found naturally in over 1200 different foods, including the seeds of many fruits, such as apricots, plums, cherries, oranges, nectarines, apples and peaches, as well as many raw nuts. Our natural B17 supplement is extracted from apricot seeds. B17 was the name given to the purified form of the molecule (Amygdalin) by a biochemist named Ernst T Krebs in 1952.
Why is B17 Important?
We believe that a balanced diet is essential to a healthy life. Few of us consume enough vitamins and minerals from the foods we eat. Nutritional supplements become necessary for optimal body function. B17 is just one of the many nutrients our body needs.
B17 Found in Hundreds of Foods!
In addition to apricot seeds, B17 is found in wild blackberries, wild crabapples, elderberries, apple seeds, cherry seeds, nectarine seeds, peach seeds, pear seeds, plum seeds, prune seeds, fava, bamboo, alfalfa, eucalyptus and cassava, boysenberries, huckleberries, raspberries, strawberries, squash seeds, black beans, black eyed peas, lentils, lima beans, kidney beans, garbanzo beans, cashews, macadamia nuts, spinach, watercress, sweet potatoes and yams.
Why Apricot Seeds?
Of all the foods containing B17, the apricot seed has been found to have one of the highest levels, in addition to containing B15 and natural enzymes.
Ways to Enjoy the Apricot Seed
Some people like the bitter, amaretto like flavor when eaten alone, while others do not. Popular ways to enjoy apricot seeds include: dipped in honey; inside a dried apricot; ground and sprinkled on a sandwich or salad; in a blended drink or added to trail mix. For those that prefer a sweeter option see our website for our Snack Bars, ApriSweet and Toffee.
What is the Shelf Life of Seeds?
The shelf life of apricot seeds at room temperature is four months but if kept in a cool dry place it is about a year.
Nutrition Facts Serv. Size: 3 Seeds
Calories 10, Fat Cal. 10, Total Fat 1g (2% DV), Cholest. 0mg (0% DV),
Sodium 0mg (0% DV), Total Carb. 1g (0% DV) Sugars 0g,
Protein 1g, B17 (Amygdalin) 60mg (* DV)
Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Ingredients: Apricot Seeds
Not intended for children or women who are pregnant or nursing.