FAQ – Where Can I Buy Laetrile?

Written by Webster Kehr, Independent Cancer Research Foundation, Inc. | Last updated on | Filed under: FAQ

FAQ – Where Can I Buy Laetrile?

While there are sources for laetrile pills, they are essentially illegal to sell across state lines. While the FDA would say that laetrile is legal to sell across state lines, the process they designed to allow its sale essentially makes it illegal. In order to buy laetrile legally, you must go to a medical doctor, the medical doctor must notify the FDA, the FDA must approve the purchase and then the doctor can purchase the laetrile. What is wrong with this picture?

What is wrong is that no doctor in their right mind would let the FDA know they were using laetrile in their practice. The FDA would immediately notify the AMA, and the AMA would yank the person’s license (unless they had a really good lawyer and a lot of money). Thus, it is effectively illegal to purchase laetrile pills.

However, it is legal to purchase apricot kernals, which contain laetrile. My article on laetrile has links to a couple of vendors. I prefer the air dried version because less heat is used in drying the seeds. My article on laetrile is at:
My Article on Laetrile (and vendors)

There are also major vendors for apricot kernels in Iran and Turkey.

One thing I need to discuss is that laetrile is not always the best treatment in every situation. For example, with very fast-speading cancers laetrile may not be strong enough to defeat the cancer even if the patient is on a superb raw food diet. Read my free eBook on the treatment of advanced cancers for more information:
Free eBook on the Treatment of Cancer