Serving Directions :
Put some mangosteen tea powder in to the cup, pour some hot water, stir well, wait until 3-5 minutes and ready to drinks
The Benefits of Mangosteen Tea :
Mangosteen is a small purple fruit about the size of a tangerine, which has traditionally been used to treat inflammation, dysentery, and skin disorders.
It was also used to fight infection by boiling up the fleshy part of the rind, also know as the pericarp, into a tea.
As early as 1855, a German scientist identified mangostin, a powerful antioxidant, known as a xanthone, which appeared to fight infection, fungus, bacteria, histamines and possibly cancer.
210 xanthones have been identified in nature, and over 40 of those have been found in the pericarp of the mangosteen fruit.
The significance of these xanthones can be better understood by reading about the relationship between antioxidants and free radicals in preventing damage to healthy cells and restoring health to areas that have all ready been damaged.
Benefits of Mangosteen Related to Healthy Exercise
I was just looking over the list of benefits and realized that I should make you aware of all the benefits of mangosteen in relationship to keeping your exercise healthy.
Did you know that you produce 20 to 30 times more free radicals when you exercise than when you are at rest?
It is the free radicals that cause all the cellular damage in our bodies that result in all the diseases and degenerative problems we develop during our life time.
Mangosteen contains so many antioxidants, that it has the potential to neutralize the free radicals. Then they are able to be flushed out of the body without doing damage.
- Slow aging
- Fight bacterial infections
- Prevent Alzheimer's
- Improve symptoms of Parkinson's
- Help with anxiety and depression
- Help reduce allergy symptoms
- Improve gum health and eye health
- Reduce Migraines
- Heal skin rashes
- Reduce blood pressure
- Reduce inflammation
- Reduce pain
- Reduce tumor formation
- Reduce nerve pain
- Lower fever
- Lower cholesterol
- Stimulate red blood cell growth
- Help in the healing of stomach, mouth and bowel ulcers
- Help fight viruses and infections
- Support bone mass
- Improve immune response
- Help protect the heart
- Help reduce the formation of cataracts
- Reduce irritable bowel
- Help fight fungus and parasites
- Help support vascular health