February 25, 2008
This magic potion will cure all your ills. If it doesn’t do that, it will make you rich. Or maybe not.
A dozen people sitting on tot-size chairs in a gym’s day care center in Patchogue, N.Y. are urged to share the good things they have experienced after drinking XanGo, a tart, pulpy beverage made from the southeast Asian mangosteen fruit.
Holding a maroon folder labeled “Medical Breakthrough,” John Machlovitz, a XanGo distributor, asks attendees to share feedback from “doing” the juice, one of the hottest products in the dietary-supplement market. Hands shoot up and the testimonials begin: Antioxidant-loaded XanGo calms acid reflux, cures migraines, chases away brown spots on the skin of someone’s mother. Spend time with enough XanGo vendors and you’ll hear just about any claim. The juice, say the fans, can cure or prevent everything from cataracts to cancer.
Read the entire article at Forbes
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