Organic Bitter Apricot Kernels are now available after numerous requests from our customers. We believe that when you want bitter apricot kernels you want them to be certified organic.
These are the raw seeds found inside the pits of apricot fruits. They have an appearance and taste similar to that of almonds. Some people think they have a more pronounced almond flavor than almonds have. The extract of apricot kernels is often used to supplement the taste profile of almond flavored products.
These wildcrafted nutritious delicacies are, hand harvested from wild apricot trees growing on the unspoiled mountain slopes of Uzbekistan. Our Organic Bitter Apricot Seeds are hand cracked and the kernels slowly sun-dried in a traditional process. No pesticides, herbicides or non-organic fertilizer are ever used in producing this product. The finished apricot kernels are CO2 pressurized and laser sorted to ensure purity.
Superedibles Wild Organic Apricot Kernels contain vitamin B1, vitamin B17, B15, magnesium, and iron. Vitamin B17 is also known as laetrile and amygdalin.
Amygdalin is believed to reduce pain associated with arthritis, lower blood pressure and support healthy immune function. It has been suggested that vitamin B17 can reduce the risk of and possibly even treat cancer.
WARNING: Apricot seeds may be toxic; very low quantities may cause a reaction. Keep out of the reach of children and pets. Consult with a physician if pregnant or nursing.
- Nutritious and Versatile Food with Many Suggested Benefits
- Great Taste
- Vitamin B17
- Vitamin B15
- Gluten Free
IMPORTANT: No statements on this web site have been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. No product or information on this web site is intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Storage and Consumption
- How Long Do Bitter Apricot Kernels Last?
- Bitter apricot kernels if stored properly will last up to 2 years.
- How To Best Store Bitter Apricot Kernels?
- It is best to store bitter apricot kernels in an airtight container or zip lock bag in the fridge. Similar to other seeds and nuts, extended exposure to heat, moisture, and light contribute to the speed at which the kernels go rancid.
Additional nutritional facts can be found here.