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Is there arsenic in apple seeds?

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According to dartmouth.edu, apple seeds do not contain arsenic, they contain Cyanide which is protected by the Apple Seeds hard coating.

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Apple seeds do not contain arsenic. They do contain amygdalin, which is a cyanide and sugar compound. Arsenic traces in apples come from tree’s absorption from the soil, if it is present where the tree grows.

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