α-Mangostin 5% 10% 20% 40% 90%
Mangosteen Polyphenols: 20% 40% 60%
The Latin name of the plant: Garcinia mangostana L
Manufacturer: Changsha Staherb
The fragrant smell of mangosteen is mainly composed of volatile components, including hexyl acetate, folate (cis-3-hexanol), and α- Copaene. One of ox anthrone—— α- It has significant antioxidant activity, and anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effects.
Mangosteen is a tropical fruit. It is also known as Mangji persimmon, mangosteen, mangosteen, inverted twister, pineapple, etc. It is native to the Malay Peninsula and the Malay Islands and is widely cultivated in Southeast Asia, such as Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines, and Myanmar. Although the planting cost of bamboo is not high, it can be harvested only after planting for many years. Generally, the fruit can be harvested 10 years after planting. Due to its low yield, it is rare and expensive. It is a veritable green fruit, which is as famous as durian, and is known as the “Queen of Fruits”. In China, the main origin of bamboo is Hainan Island.
The mangosteen is an evergreen tree of the rattan family, with a tree height of 15 meters and a fruit tree life span of more than 70 years. The leaves are elliptical, the flowers are like hollyhocks, the petals are red and the stamens are yellow, most of them are spring flowers and autumn fruits. The mangosteen fruit is as big as a persimmon, flat and round, with a thick and hard shell and a deep purple color. It is covered by four fruit bases, which look like persimmon. The fruit shell is very thick and it is not easy to damage the flesh. The peel is hard and solid. When you tap it with chopsticks, you can see seven or eight pieces of white and crystal flesh, like peeled garlic petals, forming a circle.