Benefits of Mangosteen
The purple mangosteen, colloquially known simply as mangosteen.
Mangosteen fruit scientifically known as Garcinia mangostana is a tropical evergreen tree, believed to have been originated in Indonesia and is widely available in several South East Asian regions like Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam and also in some regions of Africa. The purple Mangosteen, acclaimed for its unique appearance and flavour is often revered as queen of the tropical fruits, especially in the orient.
Mangosteen is a fruit that grows on an evergreen tree native to Indonesia. Unrelated to the mango despite its name, the mangosteen has a hard dark rind and tastes like a citrus fruit with the texture of a peach. It is popularly sold in juice form in the United States, often combined with the juice of other fruits. A traditional remedy in its native land, mangosteen is being studied for its health benefits.
3. How is it promoted for use
Mangosteen is promoted to support microbiological balance, help the immune system, improve joint flexibility, and provide mental support. Some proponents claim that it can help diarrhea, infections, tuberculosis, and a host of other illnesses. In countries where the tree grows, various parts of the plant are used by native healers.
4. What does it involve
Mangosteen is consumed as a juice or pur
5. What is the history behind it
Parts of the mangosteen tree, including the fruit and bark, have been used in folk medicine in Asian countries for many years. In the mid 1800s, a compound in mangosteen, mangostin, was identified as a xanthone, a type of anti oxidant. Mangostin was found to have anti inflammatory effects in rats in the late 1970s. Today, mangosteen is sold in the United States mainly through a network marketing system, in which independent distributors, rather than stores, buy and sell mangosteen juice. Many mangosteen products are also available from health food stores and on the Internet.
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(Basic Healing Principles) Control Inflammation with Cold
For controlling inflammation, use the cold compress. This is a local application using a cloth that has been wrung out in cold water. The cloth should be folded into a broad strip and dipped in cold water or ice water. The compress is generally applied to the head, neck, chest, abdomen and back. The cold compress is an effective means of controlling inflammatory conditions of the liver, spleen, stomach, kidneys, intestines, lungs, brain, pelvic organs and so on. It is also advantageous in cases of fever and heart disease. The cold compress soothes irritations of the dermis and inflammations of external portions of the eye. When the eyeball is affected, the cold compress should follow a short fomentation.