How much arsenic is in an apple seed?

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Apple seeds do not contain arsenic, but they do contain cyanide. It is a very mi...
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Apple seeds do not contain arsenic. They however have mall quantities of cyanide in them. The cyanide found in apple seeds is not harmful to humans unless eaten ...
On average, there are five seeds in an Apple. Sometimes, apples can contain up to eight seeds. Eating too many apple seeds is actually very poisonous. ...
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