About the product
Mangosteen is a superfruit that contains a rich nutrient base along with the potential impact for lowering risk against various diseases. Long used in Southeast Asia for its health benefits, the tropical fruit is native to areas of Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.It is similar in size to a tangerine or mandarin orange, with a dark purple/reddish rind and white flesh. Like other tropical fruits, it is multi-segmented. The taste of the fruit is sweet, similar to a plum. However, instead of peeling a mangosteen like a tangerine, you should twist or press the fruit until it breaks apart. Uses in folk medicine of the mangosteen include cures from skin disorders to dysentery. The rind of mangosteen is used for several health conditions including diarrhea, bladder infections, gonorrhea and skin rashes.
Product Name: Mangosteen Extract
Latin Name: Garcinia mangostana
Appearance: light yellow powder
Active Ingredient: Mangostin
Specification: : 10%-95%
Test method: HPLC
CAS No.: 6147-11-1
Molecular formula :C24H26O6
Extraction Type: Solvent extraction
Mesh: 100% pass 80 mesh
Mangosteen extract main function:
1. Anti-oxidant: Mangostin is the inhibitor of oxidation of LDL, which have major role in cardio-vascular and related chronic diseases.
2.Anti-allergies and inflammations: γ- mangostin was identified to inhibit COX.
3.Anti-virus and anti-bacteria: the polysaccharides in the extract form can stimulate phagocytic cells to kill intracellular bacteria.
4.Anti-cancer: Mangostin has been revealed to inhibit topoisomerase, which is essential for cell division in cancer cells, also could selectively induce cell apoptosis and inhibit cell division.
Mangosteen Extract Main Application:
1. Applied in food field, it is often made into juice or other drinks in the market;
2.Applied in health product and pharmaceutical field, it is widely used to prevent and treat various disease;
3.Applied in cosmetic field, it is widely used in the skin care products.
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