The Benefits of Mangosteen Fruit

by admin on December 8, 2014

Origins of Mangosteen Fruit:

Also known as Garcinia Mangostana, is described as the world’s most delicious fruit. This amazing fruit’s origin is shrouded in the mists of time as it occurs both in Indonesia and Thailand to which the mangosteen is a native tree. Thailand, however, is generally regarded as the country of origin and today it remains the largest producer of Mangosteen – it has been called the national fruit of Thailand and it is known there, by locals as the “Queen of Fruits” or  as “Super Foodsby Dr. Oz.

The size of the Mangosteen fruit can be likened to that of a tangerine. The Mangosteen rind is purple in color and has a tough,thick skin resembling that of the passion fruit. The inside part of the Mangosteen fruit is the edible part of the fruit and it is white in color and has a soft texture, similar to a litchi.


The Mangosteen tree is a flat-leafed evergreen that requires 7 – 10 years to mature and then bears two crops of fruit annually. In Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Cambodia, Singapore, Australia, Philippines, Honduras, Guadeloupe, Ghana and India there are groves. The fruit is also grown in Brazil, Venezuela, Ivory Coast, Sri Lanka, Southern China, Burma and possibly other countries where cultivation does not reach commercial proportions. With sources of the fruit in both the Northern and Southern hemispheres, it is difficult to envision a shortage of production could loom anytime in the foreseeable future.

The mangosteen juice is a revolutionary development made of the whole fruit puree of the Mangosteen fruit. Although this fruit is foreign to most people living in the temperate Western hemisphere, the Mangosteen is a fruit above all others in the tropical countries of Southeast Asia, because of the role it played in the ancient medicine of these cultures and today can be found just about anywhere you go in these countries, by the ton if your heart desires.


Mangosteen is also known for its medicinal properties. The white fruit and purple rind of this “gift from the rainforest” is used by doctors all over the world to improve the health and overall well being of their patients because of the Xanthones found in Mangosteen,

This fruit offers potential benefits to just about every system in the body. Mangosteen has an incredibly high potent antioxidant power equaling that of vitamin C and vitamin E. This antioxidant power comes from natural chemical substances known as Xanthones, which have recently won high praise from numerous scientist and researchers.

This patent Mangosteen Juice contains all parts of the mangosteen fruit with over 40 Xanthones combinations. Mangosteen juice is one of the most complex whole food supplements ever. The Xanthones found in this fruit have been put to the test and have astounded researchers.

Xanthones demonstrates a number of pharmaceutical properties, including the ability to:

• Support microbiological balance
• Maintain a healthy immune system
• Promote joint flexibility
• Provide positive mental support
• Help reduce inflammation
• Increase energy levels

We at Mangosteen Juice Health Benefits, have been dealing with Mangosteen juice for some time now and have supported and documented personal testimonies within our business of consumers and fellow business builders. No claims and no promises, just the real story from real people that had challenges in all areas and have had results from using the supplement – Mangosteen Juice. It is one product, 100% natural juice, no artificial colors or flavors, no sugar (only natural sugar from the fruit) and safe for all ages.

For those who are looking to achieve optimal health, adding fruit to your daily diet may be the answer. Many are turning to nutritional supplementation to fulfill these requirements. Mangosteen Juice has become one of the most promising supplements in the Health and Wellness field because of its potent antioxidant power and positive nutritional benefits

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