- November 14, 2007 at 1:46 am #254455
How funny, I actually sell Xango…thanks to my parents who needed
another name on their “monthly count”. And I had a blood disorder –
Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia (my body [spleen] was destroying my red
blood cells). I went through “mild” chemotherapy and steroids for
approximately 5 years to no avail. My parents doused me with gallons
of Xango, also to no avail. My only cure was to have my spleen removed
which happened in Dec 2006. My blood count is now back to normal and
the only side effect was the yearly Pneumonia vaccination I need to
On the mangosteen-Xango route, I do have a cousin who was due to die
from breast cancer that metastasized to her spine and brain in December
2006. She had gone through surgery and several chemo and radiotherapy
to get rid of it, it still exists. But the family (with my parents
heading the charge) sent bottles and bottles of Xango to her (about
$100 for 4 bottles – she had to drink one bottle a day) at their own
expense. Almost a year later, she is still alive but still has a small
amount of the cancer in her body.
Is mangosteen a “miracle” drink? I can’t say “yes” or “no”. It did
not help me with my blood problem, but it did “somehow” help extend my
cousins life. But I can’t say that prayer and medical intervention
didn’t help as well. My Mom’s high blood pressure and cholesterol
count went down within the first year she started using it, but maybe
taking in more “fruit” in her diet did that.
If you can spare $100 for 4 bottles then try it. You don’t have to
drink a bottle a day like my cousin. I think the recommended daily
allowance is 1-2 4oz servings a day – bottle may last a week or two.
If you get through the four bottles and there is no improvement, don’t
buy anymore and research the heck out of the internet. If it does,
then keep going.
Also, if you chose to buy any version of the “mangosteen”, give it a
taste test. Xango has a gritty raspberry/strawberry taste – gritty
because the seeds are still in there. I like the taste, but my 8 & 6
y/o daughters hate it. You don’t want to waste your money if you son
can’t even get it down.
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