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The mangosteen fruit contains over 40 different xanthones. These xanthones are antioxidants that leave the body in a more healthy state and there are no other tropical fruits that work in the same way as mangosteen does. There are numerous health benefits from this fruit. A few areas it has been shown to be beneficial are: as an anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-depressant, anti-diabetic, anti-aging and anti-tumor.
Mangosteen is a fruit from the mangosteen tree, which grows primarily in Southeast Asia. Countries such as China, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Taiwan are the main producers of the fruit. Attempts to grow the fruit in the United States have not been very successful, making the fruit and it's products a bit difficult to find until recently.
Good Earth Tea's Mangosteen Superfruit Tea is a wonderful way to get a taste of this sweet fruit. It is a unique blend consisting of white tea, rosehips, mango flavor, mangosteen, blackberry leaf, hibiscus, chamomile, grapeseed and star anise. Though it is very sweet, the tea contains no sugar, artifical flavors or preservatives.
Good Earth All Natural Original Sweet & Spicy Tea & Herb Blend is a delicious, full bodied blend of tea, herbs and spices from five continents.
Direction of Use:
Hot Tea: Bring fresh water to a near boil. Pour over tea bag and let steep for 2-4 minutes.
Iced Tea: Pour 2 cups of near boiling water over 4 tea bags in a quart container. Let steep for 5-8 minutes. Remove tea bags. Add two cups of cold water. Serve over ice.
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