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Excellent for detoxification. Contain pectin which helps remove toxins, heavy metals and impurities from the whole body and prevent protein from putrefying in the intestines. Apples strengthen the liver and have lots of fiber that cleans the bowel, and stimulates digestive secretions. Apples help the body absorb iron better than any other food. They are also quite alkaline. Apple fiber contains soluble and insoluble fibers that lower cholesterol, heart disease and remove toxic stuff from the body. Apple fiber is excellent for constipation. Great protection against alzheimer’s and degenerative nerve diseases, as well as gout and rheumatism. Also helps protect from radiation, x-rays and MRIs. Apple Blossoms are edible and have a delicate flowery flavor and aroma. A great garnish. Some people say to eat the flowers in moderation because they may contain cyanide precursers, but read below. Apples are quite friendly. Are wild crabapples edible? Yes. Just very tart and loaded with natural power. Don’t eat leaves. Will apple seeds kill you? There actually is no cyanide in apple seeds, but rather Vitamin B17 or "laetrile". Your body converts laetrile? to cyanide when it comes in contact with a cancer cell. It’s actually a cancer therapy nobody wants you to know about. I’ve thrown half a dozen whole apples in a blender and ate the apple sauce no problem. Eating an apple or two with seeds is no problem. Do not eat 100 seeds by themselves at the same time, that is too concentrated. They are meant to be eaten WITH the apple, and a normal person can only eat a few apples at a time. Stick with nature’s design.
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The volunteers applied a concentration of 2% PhytoCellTec (TM) Malus Domestica twice daily for 28 days to "crow's feet," or wrinkles near the eyes, to diminish wrinkles.
This extract, termed PhytoCellTec[TM] Malus Domestica, has been shown to stimulate human stem cell proliferation, protect stem cells against ultraviolet light-induced death, and mitigate aging-related alterations in gene expression.
AMSTERDAM: The BSB Innovation Prize in actives/naturals has been awarded Mibelle Biochemistry's PhytoCellTec Malus Domestica, the first active based on plant stem cells to protect skin stem cells.
This cosmetic active, PhytoCellTec Malus Domestica, has been shown to protect skin stem cells and delay the senescence of hair follicles.
Malus domestica Borkhausen, Pittosporum tobira (Thumb.