Mangosteen, alias “The Queen of Fruits”, is a tasteful and wholesome exotic fruit grown in the tropical climates of Southeast Asia. It’s antioxidant-rich and may be among the best superfoods to battle free radicals and heal impaired cells. Mangosteen powder is best blended with other beverages or food. To savor mangosteen powder, mix 1-2 teaspoons in smoothies, teas, drinks, yogurt, or any other food.
Our pure mangosteen powder is made from the mangosteen pulp only to ensure that it’s loaded with maximum flavor and nutrition. It’s best to use this delightfully sweet fruit in blended smoothies for a boost the flavor and nutrition! Our 100% Natural Purple Mangosteen Fruit Powder is gluten free.
Mangosteen is known for more than just its taste. Mangosteen powder contains dozens of xanthones, sometimes known as “super-antioxidants”. Because of the mangosteen’s incomparable, sweet flavor and fragrant aroma, many consider it the most savory fruit in the world. The fruit grows on small coniferous trees, and its flesh is white, divided, and ultra juicy.
By the way, the mangosteen has nothing to do with another mouth-watering fruit, the mango.
Ingredients: Mangosteen fruit powder and dextrose
Processed in: Germany
Storage Instructions: Dry, Cool & Dark Conditions
Dietary & Allergy Info: Gluten Free | Dairy Free | Vegan | Natural | GMO Free
Manufactured by: Fluxias GmbH, Rolgenmoos 2, 88263 Horgenzell, Germany
Net Weight: 75g/2.65oz
1) A 2008 study published in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences demonstrated the cancer-preventative effects of xanthones from the pericarps of mangosteen. The research found that specific xanthones in the pericarp inhibited cell growth and suggests that these xanthones may be useful agents in cancer prevention. Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2635669/ Title: “Anti-Cancer Effects of Xanthones from Pericarps of Mangosteen” by Yukihiro Akao, Yoshihito Nakagawa, Munekazu Iinuma, and Yoshinori Nozawa.2) Mangosteen can reduce inflammation levels in the body, which lowers the risk for heart disease and diabetes. A 2009 study published in the Nutrition Journal found that drinking 18 oz of mangosteen juice per day for eight weeks reduced inflammation markers among overweight and obese individuals. Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2770545/ Title: “Evaluation of Mangosteen juice blend on biomarkers of inflammation in obese subjects: a pilot, dose finding study.”
This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.