Nutrition (Enzymes & more)
Mangosteen: Fruits of Paradise, by Barbara Wexler
It's a fruit, it's not a mango, and it has wide-ranging health-promoting properties-it's a mangosteen, dubbed the "queen of fruit" in its native Thailand. A quite odd-looking fruit about the size of a plum, the mangosteen's bright white fruit sits inside a thick, dark red outer shell. Rich with chemical constituents called xanthones, mangosteen has proven itself through numerous recent scientific studies to help relieve symptoms associated with arthritis, treat eczema, psoriasis, and seborrhea, prevent atherosclerosis, relieve allergies and asthma, treat bacterial, fungal, and viral infections,alleviate sleep disorders, and promote overall health.
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