Noni (Morinda citrifolia) is a plant of the tropical South Pacific such as Tahiti Island. Noni has been used by natives for hundreds of years to treat a variety of diseases. Noni was introduced to the North American market in the 90’s by scientist John Wadsworth who spent three years in Tahiti studying multiple therapeutic effects of Noni.
Today, Noni is offered in the form of powder or liquid form, the juice usually mixed with other fruits to mask the unpleasant taste.
Benefits of Noni extract are multiple and difficult to enumerate. Basically, it is good for all. Therefore we called a “Poly-medicine”.
Noni contains over 160 nutrients including 18 amino acids, essential minerals, compounds with antioxidant, vasodilator, anti-inflammatory effects, soothing, regenerative.
Noni is one of the most used supplements in the world, because of the broad spectrum of action. Is often included in protocols for alternative cancer therapy.
Recommended way of use: take 1-2 capsules daily 30 minutes before meals.
It can be administered as a beverage:
- Empty the capsule content into a glass.
- Add some plain water and stir.
- Pour over a juice and then mix it until homogenization.
More about Noni
Noni is an evergreen tree, 5 to 7 meters that makes fruit all year round. Grows in all tropical areas: Colombia, China, Polynesia etc. Noni fruit is known and used for over 2,000 years and its curative properties drew the name of “aspirin of antiquity” – there are many medical benefits of Noni, but only in the last two decades were made rigorous scientific and medical researches to explain and demonstrate the powerful healing effects on many diseases including cancer and in particular the immune system.
As I said, Noni (Morinda citrifolia) contains over 160 minerals, vitamins, enzymes and other nutrients that deeply and positively affect the immunity – among the newest components identified in noni include acubin, alazarin, asperuloside and anthraquinone which are potent antibacterial agents – but the most important discovery is related to the presence of an alkaloid called xeronine who has contributed significantly and naturally to the dramatic improvement of the immune system through its action at the cellular level – practically all parts of the noni plant, fruit, leaves, roots, flowers and strain are rich in antioxidants, vitamins and essential oils and natural enzymes.
Noni stimulates the digestive system and is used as a treatment for: