Mangosteen Research Studies
Vitalxan is proud to announce that our Mangosteen Powder is successful following a 5 year study into Schizophrenia, conducted Wendy Laupu as part of her PhD study at James Cook University. A paper was published in the British Journal of Medical Health Journal of Medical Health – Interpreting the supplementation of Mangosteen in Schizophrenia and Schizoaffective conditions. Read the published paper below in the James Cook University Link.
Deakin University in conjunction with Queensland University have now concluded a second human research study using the Vitalxan proprietary mangosteen powder. The results of this study is expected to be published this year 2020 A further study for Bi Polar is currently on going.
The Mangosteen (garcinia mangostana) tree develops out of 6 to 25 m (19.7 into 82.0 feet ) tall. The fresh fruit of the mangosteen is fine and sweet, succulent, exceptionally fibrous, using fluid-filled vesicles (such as the flesh of citrus result), using an abysmal, profound reddish-crimson colored rind (exocarp) whereas mature. Seeds are both almond-formed and sized.
Mangosteen can be actually a local plant into southeast Asia. Especially appreciated for its succulent, delicate feel and slightly sour and sweet flavour, the mangosteen was cultivated in Malaysia, Borneo, Sumatra, mainland southeast-Asia, and also the Philippines as a result of truth that ancient times.