mangosteen


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Synonyms for mangosteen

East Indian tree with thick leathery leaves and edible fruit

two- to three-inch tropical fruit with juicy flesh suggestive of both peaches and pineapples

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Full of high powered antioxidants xanthones, mangosteen is a real super food for skin with detoxing, anti-fungal and anti-bacterial and rejuvenating properties.
The brand's mangosteen ingredients are delivered through a proprietary BioActive X3 Complex which uses toxin-free ingredients and green chemistry technology.
The mysterious mangosteen, often crowned "the queen of fruit" for its powerful antioxidant properties, has been among the most sought-after exotic fruits following a ban aimed at keeping out the Asian fruit fly.
The Mangosteen and Mabolo prospects are part of Service Contract (SC) 37, which was awarded by the Department of Energy (DOE) to PNOC-EC in July 1990.
The mangosteen season in Mexico and Guatemala is finished for the year now.
Featuring only two, superior quality cold-pressed oils, Southeast Asian mangosteen fruit and South African baobab, this sweet smelling oil is like beauty sleep in a bottle.
Mangosteen is a tropical evergreen tree which bears fruit and grows mostly in southeast Asia.
Several compounds in the pericarp of the mangosteen have recently been identified, mainly polyphenolic compounds including anthocyanins, xanthones, garcinone E, 8-deoxygartanin, gartanin, prenylated xanthones, and condensed tannin [1, 2].
I approached the guest at the table where he was sitting with his family and told them all about this Asian fruit, which is called a mangosteen.
Mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana) is a common indigenous fruit in the South-east Asian countries, including Thailand, and its peel (a byproduct from the fruit processing industry) contains a high crude tannins content (0.
These could include durian, mango, banana, mangosteen, pummelo and other exotic varieties.
These data validate mangosteen as an abundant natural source of potent aldose reductase inhibitors.
The juice has Yellow papaya puree, Acai fruit extract, Mangosteen, Noni fruit, Pomegranate, Beet, Bilberry fruit, Lycil woflberry fruit, Nopal cactus, and Papaya leaf.