Sinus sufferers rejoice!
It has taken hundreds of years for this "Queen of Fruits" to become known and embraced throughout the Unites States and
Europe... and its popularity is spreading like wildfire.
Because it works!
In fact, there is mounting evidence that mangosteen for sinus problems is a highly effective natural short-term remedy for one-time acute sinus infections.
In addition, more and more long-term chronic sinus sufferers are turning to mangosteen.
The reason? It is rapidly proving to be an effective replacement for the antihistimines and corticosteroids many chronic
sinus sufferers are forced to rely on.
We urge you to try it and see for yourself.
Both mangosteen juice and powdered extract are readily available from the better health food outlets as well as online.
What's more, it doesn't matter whether you prefer the juice or the powdered extract, because they are equally effective
as a natural sinus remedy.
Whole fruit is also available, by the way. However, you may have to go on a local treasure hunt to find a supply.
Drink as much as you like, there are no harmful side effects. However one to two ounces taken daily is all you need for
If and when you feel and attack approaching or if you catch a cold, simply double the dose and wait for the effects to
What is Mangosteen?
Mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana) is not a mango. It is an exotic fruit native to Southeast Asia. It is a reddish purple
when ripe, and about the size of a medium orange or apple.
It has a hard outer rind similar in texture to the pomegranate. The inner fruit consists of six or seven delicious bright
white, wedge shaped sections.
The inner fruit is sweet, creamy and has a citrusy tang with a hint
of peach flavor.
Many declare it to be the best tasting fruit on Earth, however that
on its own is probably the least important attribute of this Super Fruit.
Why is Mangosteen So Important?