5 Poisonous Foods
You ... poisonous? The American Medical Association (AMA)'s Handbook of Poisonous and Injurious Plants states that eating a large quantity of apple seeds (and other seeds) can be fatal due to the presence of the toxin cyanogenic glycoside, or cyanide.
Apple Seed Toxicity
The chance of consuming enough apple seeds to produce a toxic effect is slight, and proper handling can reduce the risks further. Fruit Seed Poisons Peaches, plums and apples all have pits ... to produce hydrogen cyanide, the same poison that was called ...
How to tell if you’re growing spiritually (pt. 3): What are you eating?
Many of them have been ... a cherry into an apple. Neither can you remove the sovereignty of God’s word. Just as we must accept a cherry for what it is, so must we accept God’s word for what it says. You know if you are growing spiritually if you ...
Lessons from apple seeds, potato buds, and nutmeg junkies
It contains linamarin, a well-known cyanogen - a compound that produces cyanide when eaten. Rushing to get their crop to market ... are the best practice. Many fruit seeds also contain cyanogens. We learned to eat the apple and spit out the seeds.
Notes From A Queer Engineer: Debunking OITNB’s Deadly Poison
“You know how many ... do not, in fact, contain arsenic — and there’s nothing you can do to them with only a blender, lye, and an airtight container to create it. But apple seeds do contain a powerful poison with a long and lethal history of its own ...