Mangosteen is a tropical evergreen tree with edible fruit native to Sunda island of Southeast Asia. The exact origin of this fruits is unknown, due to the widespread growth since the ancient times somewhere between Sunda Islands, Moluccas, Indonesia.
Many western makes business such as packed mangosteen juice and being export to all over the world from Indonesia. But, if you are in Indonesia and at the right season, you can eat fresh mangosteen fruit and get so much more benefit from it.
Mangosteen is used for many health conditions, but so far, there isn’t enough scientific evidence to determine whether or not it is effective for healing. From many medication experiences, mangosteen is used to treat diarrhea, urinary tract infections, gonorrhea thrush, tuberculosis, menstrual disorder, even cancer, osteoarthritis and intestinal infection. Mangosteen also help to improve immune system and balance mental health. Some people also apply mangosteen to their skin for allergies, eczema and other skin conditions.
Mangosteen contain tannins, which believe most of the tannins is saved on the peeled. Thus mangosteen peeled can help diarrhea and works for many medical condition.
How to make mangosteen tea?
- Collect the mangosteen peels
- Fine cuts al the peels
- Dry them on the oven or under the sun indirectly
- Make sure this peels is completely dry
- Good quality of peels will have sweet aroma when it’s dried
- Take 2 to 3 tablespoons dried peels
- Brew with hot water, best in 80 degree Celsius temperature
- Let it sit for minimum 30 minutes, then you can drink the tea
Please note: This tea can help you with your weight-loss program! If this is the first time for you to drink this potion, there is a possibility that you will need to go to toilet right-away. So, be warned! Stay close to the toilet. The tea is still alive and still in good condition up to maximum 2 hour after brewing. You can drink 1 cup of the tea, and then rest before drink another cup of the potion. Happy trying!
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