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| Neurofibromatosis & Xango (Mangosteen) |
Answered by: Susan Eagles
Question from: Caryn
Posted on: August 11, 2006
We believe our son has neurofibromatosis. He has small reddish spots on his body, mostly from waist up. My husband has a large cafe au lait spot on his torso. This is why we believe our 18 month old son has this disorder. I see you don’t recommend any herbs for this condition, however do you think mangosteen or the Xango juice benefit him any way? I have seen AMAZING results from taking this juice and hope it can work in our favor!
Please see our previous replies to questions about neurofibromatosis and mangosteen on our website www.richters.com. Choose "Q&A" from the main menu, then enter "neurofibromatosis" for one search, and "mangosteen" for a second search.
I don’t know whether mangosteen would be of any help.
To look for a qualified natural practitioner who can help you with neurofibromatosis, please search for "herbalist" from the "Q&A" page on our website. The item "Finding a Herbalist" lists organizations of qualified natural practitioners by country. The organizations can help you by recommending the most suitable practitioner. Many of these practitioners will work with you by telephone if you don’t find one in your area.