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Mangosteen -- What is
The Mangosteen is tangerine-sized and is deep purple in color on the
outside, with a bright white pulp in the inside. Prized because of its excellent flavor, in Asia it is called the "Queen of
Fruits," and, in the French Caribbean, the "Food of the Gods."
Used for centuries throughout the lands in
which it grows, recent scientific studies have revealed an incredible scope of potent human health benefits leading many to
believe that Mangosteen will be the most important fruit on earth.
Mangosteen: The X Factor
The following is a summary of the X Factor
by Dr. Templeman
Protects against pathogens, sepsis, influenza,
pneumonia, tuberculosis, AIDS, and diverticulosis. Anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-fungal. Laboratory demonstrated to interfere
with HIV protease, which keeps the virus immature and incapable of infections. Thai study demonstrated effectiveness against
staphylococcus aureus bacteria. Polysaccharides in the rind stimulate phagocytic immune cells (PMNs and monocytes). Effective
against salmonella, typhus and tuberculosis bacteria.
Asian healers have used Mangosteen for centuries
for syphilis, malaria, and amebic dysentery. In South America, it is used for intestinal worm infestations.
Catechins in Mangosteen: Prevent formation
of carcinogenic compounds by blocking co-carcinogens. Turn up body's natural detoxification defenses. Suppress cancer promotion
Dysentery, GI pathogens, diverticulosis,
histamine and serotonin blocking capacity. Reduces excess stomach acid. Anti-allergic effect. Anti-stomach ulcer.
Mangosteen study in September 2002 reported
that it is an anti-inflammatory and anti-allergenic agent. Relevant for asthma. Xanthoses modulate IGE, antibody class involved
in allergic reactions. Mangosteen can accomplish what we now use several drugs to do. Ideal product to use daily to protect
our respiratory systems integrity
The Central Nervous System
Dr. Nakahatas research with glial cells (central
nervous systems cells) suggest that Mangosteen could produce a therapeutic effect in both treatment and prevention of Parkinsons
and Alzheimers disease.
Mangosteen used for centuries to treat eczema,
dermatitis, wounds, ringworm, acne, impetigo, and growth disorders of dermis (psoriasis or seborrhea) skin cancer and sun
Folk Medicine Remedies (India, China,
Malaysia, Philippines, etc.)
Antimicrobial/anti-inflammatory powers. Treating
eczematous and hyperkeratotic skin conditions. In Caribbean, tonic for fatigue and malaise. Controlling fever.
Helps with fatigue, low energy. Used on persons with chronic fatigue
and illness. From Dr. James Duke, perhaps Americas foremost ethnobotanist. Retired in 1995. He worked for the USDA and University
of Maryland. Prolific writer and created a phytochemical and ethnobotanical database.
Mangosteen is listed with 138 separate benefits. The following are the major benefits:
Anti-tumor and cancer prevention
Anti-lipidemic -- blood pressure lowering
Anti-inflammatory -- prevents inflammation
Anti-ulcer -- prevents both stomach, mouth,
and bowel ulcers
Anti-obesity -- helps with weight loss
Anti-atherosclerotic -- prevents hardening
of the arteries
Anti-viral -- prevents or modulates fungal
Anti-Alzheimers -- helps prevent dementia
Anti-arthritic -- prevention of arthritis
Anti-osteoporosis -- helps prevent the loss
of bone mass
Anti-periodontic -- reduces/prevents inflammation
and infection of gums
Anti-seborrhic -- prevents seborrhea (skin
disease that causes dandruff)
Anti-calcultic -- prevents kidney stones
Anti-pyretic -- fever lowering
Anti-neuralgic -- reduces nerve pain (i.e.
diabetic neuropathy of the feet, hands)
Anti-vertigo -- prevents dizziness
Anti-glaucomic -- prevents glaucoma
Anti-cataract -- prevents cataracts
Hypotensive -- blood pressure lowering
Immunostimulant -- multiple categories cited
Cardioprotective -- protects the heart
Analgesic -- prevents pain
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