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- The mangosteen tree
is a small, slow growing tropical evergreen with leathery, glabrous
leaves up to 10 inches long.
- Fruits are borne on
- They have a thick
rind, which encloses 5 to 7 fleshy segments, in which the seeds are
- The pulp, the
only part consumed, has excellent flavor, proclaimed by many as the best
among tropical fruits.
- Often two crops per
year mature, one in the autumn, and one in early summer.
- The proportion of
edible pulp is rather small. The trees often bear sparingly.
- Culture is limited
except in tropical India and the East Indies.
- The tree appears to
be adapted best to strictly tropical areas and requires abundant
- Dried fruits are
shipped from Singapore to Calcutta and to China for medicinal use.
- The sliced and dried
rind is powdered and administered to overcome dysentery.
- Made into an ointment,
it is applied on eczema and other skin disorders.
- Mangosteen is an
economically important fruit both for domestic consumption and export.
- Fresh fruit can
generally be marketed up to 21 days after harvest.
- In Australia, the
fruit is domestically sold. Thailand is the world’s largest producer,
with 62,000 t of fruit harvested in 1981
- Recently, the demand
for this fruit has been gradually increasing both domestically and
- Mangosteen harnesses
the power of xanthones, antioxidants that fight off free radical in the
- By investing in xango
mangosteen, people live healthier lives.
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