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abbyjo
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Hi,

I’m looking for recommendations on which mangosteen juice to try? Also, if anyone out there thinks it has helped. [Smile] Thanks in advance.

Sara

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XANGO is hands down the best. They were the first company to bring mangosteen to the world in a juice.

It helped me TONS with inflammation and pain. I have heard hundreds of awesome testimonies which are TRUE.

I USED TO sell it.

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I guess as always, we're all different in how we respond to remedies. Xango was too strong for me!

I do best with Mango-Xan or Ultra Mangosteen. Mango-Xan is a blend with lots of other fruit juices. Ultra Mangosteen has 72 minerals from the Utah sea beds added to it, and I notice my nails get really hard each time I get a bottle of it.

I usually drink an ounce daily of the MangoXan.

Drinking mangosteen juice stops all Lyme eye symptoms. It also prevents constipation.

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abbyjo
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This is so helpful, thank you lymetoo and robin! I have been thinking about trying it for awhile and now I’m having eye issues so I think the time is now! ❤️

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You are welcome! Enjoy your mangosteen!

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Anybody know if such a thing as sugar-free mangosteen juice or powder exists?

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You can buy it in capsules, but it's not as effective in my opinion. I tried it once. Just about zero result.

The amount in Xango is about 3 grams per ounce, if I remember correctly. If you ever eat fruit, it's less than is in fruit.

You only need a few ounces per day. Even one ounce can work wonders.

https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-1-d&q=how+many+grams+of+sugar+in+a+banana

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Found some sources of mangosteen rind, where the nutrients are, devoid of the sugar found in the juice of the whole fruit:

bulksupplements.com

http://lymebook.com/blog/supplements/mangosteen-xango-powder-or-juice-pericarp/

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Good luck.

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Bryan Rosner has a chapter about mangosteen in his book The Top 10 Lyme Disease Treatments.

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Yes, and Xango is in there.

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