Source: Mount Vernon News 6/21/2007

XanGo in the Mount Vernon News

Organic or all natural products have caught the attention of many who are health conscious, and the growing use of dietary supplements to better improve one's health has created a competitive industry. Although medical conditions and other ailments are still widely managed with prescription drugs, all-natural products continue to find consumers who are searching for alternative remedies without any side affects.

XanGo has been on the market for almost five years. Believers in the juice testify that the dietary supplement's main ingredient, the mangosteen fruit, responds well to many conditions. XanGo is the first and original mangosteen supplement. The fruit is native to Southeast Asia and has been used as a healing remedy by scribes since 600 A.D. The fruit is hard to ship around the world because it doesn't stay fresh, but Joe Morton, founder of XanGo, bottled the ingredient so the "Queen of Fruits" could be shared worldwide.

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