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XanGo The Most Concentrated Source Of Xanthones, And Its All Natural


Xango is a brand new health and dietary supplement. It is made from the whole fruit puree of the Mangosteen. The Mangosteen has been used for centuries as a natural remedy for various ailments through-out Southeast Asia. The secret of this (now available) precious drink, is the presence of "Xanthones" which have been known to assist with a variety of conditions.There are now many reasons to consider taking this mangosteen extract, some of the more common are:

1. Fatigue.2. Anti-inflammatory.3. Analgesic.4. Anti-Ulcer.5. Anti-Depressant.6. Anxyolitic.7. Anti-Alzheimerian.8. Immunomodulation.9. Anti-ageing.10. Anti-oxidant.11. Anti-fungal.12. Anti-biotic.13. Anti-viral.14. Anti-anaemic.15. Anti-arthritic.16. Anti-osteoporosis.17. Anti-allergenic.18. Anti-pyretic.19. Anti-psoriatic.20. Protects against cataracts.21. Protects against gum disease.22. Protects against irritable bowel syndrome.

XanGo is fast becoming everyones first choice before considering prescription drugs and it's easy to see why. In just one daily dose, you take in your complete daily equivelant of fruit and veg. XanGo is 100% natural and contains no added sugar or additives. Now I'm sure like eveyrone else you've tried the odd supplement and I'm sure you will agree that not all of them taste as nice as they make out. Well the good news is, with XanGo not only does it make you feel great, but it taste great as well. All this make it obvious to see why XanGo has earned the name, "The Queen of fruits".

If you would like to know more about this remarkable fruit, its folklore and uses through-out the centuries or its present day availability the feel free to visit our website http://www.invernessdoes.comThere is a wealth of information available on our site. You can also refer to medical site i.e. http://www.pubmed.com - just type 'xanthones' into the search engine for access to numerous medical articles regarding these incredible compounds found in such great quantities in the mangosteen. Alternatively, you can email steven@invernessdoes.com or sandie@invernessdoes.com for more information.


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