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queen fruit, fruit of life

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The mangosteen is one of the most appreciated and sought-after exotic fruits thanks to the medicinal properties it provides and  to its exquisite flavor.

Behind its thick purple rind hides a small sweet fruit with white flesh. When it is mature, its skin becomes a little more reddish.

It is recognized for being rich in antioxidants and xanthones.

The mangosteen is native to the Asian continent and known for its healing, antioxidant and regenerative properties.


Look for specimens that are intact and that when pressing, give way slightly with your finger. Ripe mangosteen can be kept without problem for 3 to 4 weeks, if more than that time passes, the rind becomes hard and difficult to open.


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It provides a large amount of vitamins and minerals essential for health: vitamin C, manganese, potassium, magnesium, B vitamins, calcium and iron.

In its composition, more xanthomas have been found than in any other fruit.


Contains 84 types of xanthones

anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties

Rich in antioxidants and phytonutrients

High concentration of nutrients that strengthen the immune system

To choose this fruit, we must look for specimens that are not mistreated and that give way slightly when we press them. To open a mangosteen, you have to cut it in half with a knife, the edible part is the white pulp. The most common is to consume them as a fresh fruit, but they can also be added to salads or prepare juices.



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