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Mangosteen Documented Health Benefits
The Mangosteen, if scientific research is any
indication, is perhaps the most important fruit
on earth.

The potent effects on human health of the Mangosteen have been observed for centuries in Southeast Asia. As a powerful anti-inflammatory and anti-
oxidant, Mangosteen has a wide range of health
benefits, well documented in reliable sources.
U.S. National Library of Medicine
Beneficial properties of Mangosteen and Xanthones have been studied worldwide for over 40 years,
and scientifically documented in over 1500 publicly accessible research papers. Abstracts can be
searched at the U.S. National Library of Medicine.
Summaries of 31 important Mangosteen research studies
U.S. National Library of Medicine - search "xanthones”

U.S. National Genetic Resources Program (NGRP)
“It is the NGRP's responsibility to: acquire, characterize, preserve, document, and distribute to scientists, germplasm of all lifeforms important for food and agricultural production.” Dr. James Duke is perhaps America’s foremost ethnobotanist. He worked for the USDA and University of Maryland, is a prolific writer, and created the phytochemical and ethnobotanical database at the US government’s National Genetic Resources Program. Mangosteen is listed with over 200 separate benefits in
Dr. James Duke’s Phytochemical and Ethnobotanical Database.
The list below contains 34 of the most important benefits.
More information: To try it for yourself contact the person who gave you this. The major documented health benefits of Mangosteen:

1. Anti-fatigue
19. Cardioprotective (protects the heart)
2. Anti-obesity
20. Anti-oxidant (can be measured)
3. Anti-depression
21. Anti-cancer (can be measured)
4. Anti-anxiety
22. Anti-aging (can be measured)
5. Anti-inflammatory (cox-2 inhibitor; like Vioxx &
23. Anti-hypertension (helps lower blood
6. Anti-pain (analgesic; eg: headache, dental pain)
24. Anti-hypoglycemia (anti-diabetic effect,
helps balance blood sugar) (can be measured) 7. Anti-allergenic
25. Anti-immune-system-depression
8. Anti-arthritis
9. Anti-Alzheimer’s
26. Anti-blood fat (lowers LDL bad cholesterol)
(can be measured)
10. Anti--periodontic (gum disease)
27. Anti-atherosclerosis (blood vessel and heart
11. Anti-seborrheaic (skin disease)
28. Anti-osteoporosis (helps prevent the loss of
12. Anti-pyretic (anti-fever)

29. Anti-viral
(including HIV) (can be measured)
13. Anti-Parkinsonism
30. Anti-bacterial (can be measured)
14. Anti-diarrhea
31. Anti-fungal (can be measured)
15. Anti-neuralgia (nerve pain)
32. Anti-kidney stones (can be measured)
16. Anti-vertigo (dizziness)
33. Anti-cataracts (can be measured)
17. Anti-glaucoma
34. Pan-systemic (has a synergistic effect on the
18. Anti-ulcer (eg: stomach, mouth, bowel)
From: Dr. James Duke’s Phytochemical and Ethnobotanical Database
U.S. National Genetic Resources Program
Disclaimer: No medical claim of any kind is made about any particular product.
Dietary supplements are not a substitute for treatment by your licensed medical professional.


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