bitter almond

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Synonyms for bitter almond

almond trees having white blossoms and poisonous nuts yielding an oil used for flavoring and for medicinal purposes

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He claimed someone with cancer only had to take Laetrile tablets made from the apricot seed.
Almond and Apricot seed oils, and Aloe Vera help to nourish, soothe and soften.
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In particular, the use of apricot seeds and nut powders has more than doubled in terms of product launches over the past four years.
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Last week we told how the 78-year-old grandfather got an all-clear over what doctors had said was incurable cancer after trying a diet including powdered grass, apricot seeds and Vitamin C pills.
The scrub side of it combines crushed apricot seeds with jojoba beads and really did get rid of dry, flaky skin.
The recipes used fruit seeds including apple pips, cherry stones and wild apricot seeds as the raw ingredient.
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