CFIA recalling apricot seed products
Apricot Power brand apricot seeds and apricot seed meal are being recalled because of the possibility of cyanide poisoning.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says the products contain the natural toxin amygdalin, which has the potential to release cyanide when the bitter apricot seed kernels are ingested.
The agency says humans can ``detoxify''' small amounts of cyanide, but high amounts can be lethal.
Symptoms of acute cyanide poisoning include headache, nausea, seizures and coma.
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