Publishes New Guide to Making Mangosteen Tea

Practical, in-depth new guide teaches readers everything they need to add benefits of normally inedible, xanthones-rich mangosteen rind to their own lives, reports, a leading source of information regarding one of the most talked-about superfoods today, published a comprehensive, brand-new guide to the making of mangosteen tea. With interest in the xanthones-heavy “Queen of fruits” rising worldwide, many people today are looking for convenient ways of incorporating it into their diets. Like the rest of the resources at, the new guide to mangosteen tea will inform readers about an important, potentially health-enhancing option.

“Since ancient times, people in Southeast Asia have prized the purple mangosteen for its delicious flavor and impressive nutritious qualities,” representative Bettie Cooper said, “In recent years, that intense appreciation has spread around the world. Our brand new guide to the making and benefits of mangosteen tea is going to make for valuable reading for anyone interested in what this incredible fruit has to offer.”

Thought by many experts to have first arisen in the Sunda Islands of what is today Malaysia, the purple mangosteen is an evergreen tree that produces a distinctive fruit. With an inedible, distinctively purple rind concealing tangy, pale-colored lobes within, the fruit has been an important part of the diets of people throughout much of Southeast Asia for thousands of years.

In recent years, as curiosity about the cancer-preventing properties of compounds known as anti-oxidants has risen, the mangosteen fruit has attracted increasing interest throughout much of the rest of the world. The fruit is one of the richest-known natural sources of organic compounds known as xanthones, otherwise uncommon amalgamations of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen.

One 2011 study titled “Xanthones from mangosteen extracts as natural chemopreventive agents” reviewed the existing data, finally characterizing the substance as one possessing “remarkable potential as an anticancer agent.” Unfortunately for those interested in personally leveraging that potential, xanthones mostly occur in the inedible rind of the mangosteen, meaning that simply eating the tasty flesh within will not suffice.

The new guide to mangosteen tea at teaches readers how to best make use of the xanthones-heavy rind of the fruit. Simple and straightforward, this approach is gaining in popularity, but detailed information about the process has previously been hard to find.

The new guide joins a wealth of other valuable mangosteen-related information at The site’s comprehensive guide to mangosteen juice at, for example, details both the fundamentals of the subject and the top commercially available brands on the market.

As with the new guide to mangosteen tea, regularly publishes fresh new information about the fruit, products based on it, and related topics. Those interested in the subject can keep up with the latest news and developments at


Providing the most useful and up-to-date information about one of the most talked-about superfoods of today, publishes everything from detailed guides to unbiased, in-depth mangosteen product reviews.

Disclaimer: The content in this press release is for information purposes only and should not be considered a substitute for medical advice. As always, you should consult with a qualified healthcare professional before starting or stopping any medication, nutritional supplement or protocols.

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