Mangosteen has been most commonly used by adults at doses of up to 560 mg orally per day for up to 12 weeks. Talk to a healthcare provider to find out what dosage might be best for a specific condition. There is no specific recommended dosage for mangosteen. However, eating mangosteen two or three times a day is considered safe.
Mangosteen extracts and mangosteen xanthones were reported to eliminate 2,2-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH), 2,20-azino-bis- (3-ethylbenziazoline-6-sulphonic) (ABTS) and peroxynitrite radicals (Yoshikawa et al. The reason for using 60 participants is to overcome individual variability during ingestion of the mangosteen product, since a large discrepancy was observed in the absorption rate of xanthone in mangosteen juice (Chitchumroonchokchai et al. Patented mangosteen juice and mangosteen extract, aloe vera gel and green tea (decaffeinated) consisted of 10% of the wet weight of the beverage. There are many mangostean-based products, including supplements and juices, available to people who want to get the health benefits of mangosteen but struggle to find fresh fruit.