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Our Mangosteen skin care products are like food for your thirsty, parched skin. Just like you feed your body with only the best ingredients from nature

We  harness the superior hydrating and nourishing elements of Mangosteen and essential oils to give you skin care products that deliver what they promise – supple, blemish-free skin.

The Mangosteen Xanthone’s are absorbed by the blood thus giving extra anti – oxidant intake which aides skin health nourishing your skin, making you feel and look alive!

This effective Hemp, Mangosteen and Emu oil formula has a Dynamic Action when used as a massage balm.



3 Mangosteen Caps + 250 ml Mangosteen Massage Balm 

Mangosteen Australia Massage Balm Natural Ingredients | Aqua – Rice Bran Oil-Emulsifying Wax-Emu Oil -Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Hemp Oil, Vegetable Glycerine, Shea Butter, Mangosteen Benzoin Tincture, Bees Wax, Biguanide ( preservative), May Chang-Lavender-Eucalyptus.

Mangosteen Balm is actively used by professional sportspeople and physios around Australia.
It has a cool soothing action from the natural ingredients in the formula.

NOT TESTED ON ANIMALS – No Parabens or chemical ingredients

Both products are Australian made and owned.

With an all over massage within a short time, I feel more comfortable and relaxed. I am now able to do all of my exercises without hindrance. Great Product!

Made in Adelaide

Native to island countries of Southeast Asia and Thailand. Its source is uncertain as a result of widespread ancient cultivation. It grows mostly in Southeast Asia, Australia, southwest India along with other tropical areas like Colombia, Puerto Rico, and Florida, where the shrub was introduced. The mangosteen is sweet and sour, succulent, somewhat fibrous, with fluid-filled vesicles (including the flesh of all citrus fruits), obtaining an abysmal, deep reddish-purple colored rind (exocarp) when ripe.

Mangosteen is a native plant into Southeast Asia. Highly valued for its succulent, delicate texture and somewhat sweet and sour flavour, the mangosteen was cultivated in Malaysia, Australia, Borneo, Sumatra, Mainland Southeast Asia, along with the Philippines since ancient times.

The mangosteen was introduced to English greenhouses in 1855. Subsequently, its civilization was introduced into the Western Hemisphere, in which it had been established in West Indies islands, particularly Jamaica. The mangosteen tree generally does not grow well past the tropics.

In Chinese food therapy, mangosteen is known as”cooling”, which makes it a fantastic counterbalance to the”heaty” durian. There’s also a legend around Queen Victoria offering a benefit of 100 pounds sterling to anyone who may send to her the fruit. Though this legend may be tracked into a 1930 publication by the fruit explorer Fairchild, it is not substantiated by any famous historic record.

The journalist and gourmet R. W. Apple, formerly said of the particular fruit,”no extra fruit, for me, is so thrillingly, intoxicatingly luscious…I’d rather eat one than a hot fudge sundae, which for a sizable Ohio boy would be saying ” Since 2006, personal small-volume asks for fruits improved in Puerto Rico were provided to American specialty food shops and gourmet restaurants which serve the flesh sections as a delicacy dessert.

Mangosteen Australia is normally propagated by seedlings. Vegetative propagation is demanding and seedlings are more strong and attain fruiting sooner than vegetatively propagated plants

Mangosteen creates a recalcitrant seed that’s not a genuine seed rigorously defined, but rather referred to as a nucellar asexual embryo. As seed formation entails no sexual sin, the seedling is genetically identical to the mother plant. When allowed to dry, a seed expires quickly, but when soaked, seed germination occurs between 14 and 21 days when the plant could be held at a nursery for around two decades growing in a tiny pot.

When the trees are roughly 25–30 cm (10–12 in), they might be transplanted into the region in a spacing of 20–40 m (66–131 ft ). After planting, the area is mulched to have the ability to control weeds. Transplanting occurs in the rainy season because young trees tend to be more likely to be ruined by drought. Coconut palms are primarily found in areas with a long dry period, as hands also give colour for older mangosteen trees. Another advantage of intercropping in mangosteen farming is that the decrease in weeds.

The growth of the trees is retarded when the temperature is under 20 °C (68 °F). The maximum temperature is 38–40 °C (100–104 °F), together with both fruit and leaves being vulnerable to scorching and bloating, whereas the minimum temperature is 3–5 °C (37–41 °F). Young seedlings would rather have a high amount of color and older trees are shade-tolerant.

Mangosteen trees have a poor root system and also prefer deep, well drained soils with high moisture content, frequently climbing on riverbanks. Mangosteen trees require a well distributed rainfall over the year (<40 mm/month) and a 3–5 week warm interval.

Mangosteen trees are more sensitive to water accessibility and usage of fertilizer input that’s enhanced with the era of trees, no matter region. Maturation of mangosteen fruits takes 5-6 weeks, with crop occurring whenever the pericarps are purple.

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