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Nagasaki yume biwa cha is the water boiled rendering (a.k.a. tea) of leaves from the Japanese plum tree. The tea is rich in the anti-tumor/cancer-destroying substance known as vitamin B17 and/or Amygdalin and/or Laetrile (when synthesized from apricot pips) .
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