What Can You Expect From Using The Mangosteen Fruit?

by admin on December 9, 2014

For hundreds of years, Asian natives used the Mangosteen fruit to treat a variety of conditions and sicknesses, without any clue as to the nature of the active ingredients in their concoctions using the fruit or why they worked.

The Pericarp (Rind) of the Mangosteen has been used in folk medicine for centuries to treat dysentery, diarrhea and urinary tract infections and topically to treat eczema and other skin/wound disorders. Traditionally, the Pericarp of the fruit has been used to control fever and ward off infections of every kind. Numerous independent investigators have researched and reported on the medicinal benefits of the Mangosteen.


Today, because of the mangosteen Xanthones research done worldwide, we can understand why the potions, preparations, and poultices used by the natives of Asia were effective enough to endure through time. Among the powerful Phytonutrients found in the rind of the Mangosteen, Xanthones stand alone in their impressive benefits. Researchers have identified dozens of Xanthones in the Mangosteen fruit.

There are over 1500 papers on Xanthones listed at www.pubmed.gov, the National Medical Library.


Today, researchers are just beginning to uncover the powerful scientific properties behind the Mangosteen fruit. What sets the Mangosteen apart from other antioxidant-containing fruit is the unique antioxidant content of it Pericap, which is the most nutrient dense portion of the fruit and contains natures most concentrated source of Xanthones and a large concentration of Flavonoids & vigorous Phytonutrients.

Research shows that consuming Mangosteen (Garcinia Mangostana) fruit in its whole fruit form- Pulp and Rind – as is found in the proprietary formula of XanGo Juice, enables absorption of its numerous Phytonutrients, allowing for optimization of its ant-oxidative properties.
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