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(Morinda Citrifolia) 100% Thai Noni Juice from concentrate
One of the centuries oldest secrets of Southern Pacific
folklore now available in convenient, guaranteed potency liquid.
Suggested Use: 1 ounce 2-3 time/day.
(25 fl. oz. / 750 ml.) Suggested Retail Price:
(50 fl. oz. / 1500 ml.) Suggested Retail Price: ฿
These products are not intended to
diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
outstanding botanical, used since ancient times for many health
use of it in Ayurvedic medicine was mentioned in sanskrit writings
thousands of years ago. Since then Noni Fruit and plant has been used
consistently by ancient Healers.
After the benefits of Noni (
morinda citrifolia )
became known to the modern
western world, many reports of it's successful applications have been
is believed to help with:
high blood pressure
Due to reports of successes,
Noni Juice has become very popular. Since it's introduction
there are now several companies producing Noni Juice by various
They also market it by
different methods, like multi-level marketing, through stores
and to customers directly from the manufacturer, as is the case
with Natural Thai
made in two versions:
Natural Thai NONI JUICE
free of any additives - safe to take
with honey concentrate added
to enhance the taste of the noni fruit.
a great and high quality product
at a most reasonable price.
(Morinda Citrifolia) has been hailed as a
natural medicine miracle. Statistics compiled by Dr. Neil Solomon, a
respected and recognized leader in medical nutrition and
nutraceuticals, showed that from a sample of 8000 Noni
users, 78% reported some form of benefit.
This is quite a remarkable response resulting from the use of
a single fruit!
original use dates back to one of the oldest healing systems, "Ayurvedic"
some 2000 years ago. There are also many other cultural users such
as Polynesians, Malaysians, the Caribbean, Australians and lately
Pharmaceutical interests are growing. Presently there are about
200 scientific papers such as clinical studies, research matter and
books suggesting that the ancient healers and present Noni
users are quite right in the validity that Noni
is good for you! However, it is the dedicated and assiduous work of
Dr. Ralph Heinicke in bringing Noni's
vast array of therapeutic values which must be recognized as perhaps
the find of the 20th Century. His work will no doubt lead to the
unlocking of the secrets of this exceptional fruit.
The table below has been reproduced from the book "Liquid
Island Noni", by Dr. Neil Solomon. It can be ordered
through Woodland Publishing at (800) 748-2996, USA.
can be taken with other medications. In some
actually improved the efficacy of the medicine. Noni
has been listed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration
as GRAS (Generally Regarded As Safe).
# who took Noni
|Diabetes Type 1 & 2
|Building Body Muscle
|High Blood Pressure
|Increased Feeling of well
being & alertness
According to Dr. Heinicke, "Noni"
helps in the normalization of abnormally functioning cells by
delivering to the body the essential biochemical nutrient, "Proxeronine"
which your body then converts to the alkaloid "Xeronine".
Xeronine exhibits positive effects on cells that result in improved
health and well being. Xeronine is not new to the body. It is made
from certain food items, which we consume. However, the body's
ability to manufacture this nutrient decreases with age, hence the
need to supplement our diet with the precursor of this nutrient,
which can be found in Noni.
Proxeronine is not the only valuable nutrient found in Noni,
(although it may be the most useful).
It contains amino acids, vitamins, minerals, bioflavonoids and
antioxidants just to list a few!
Some Therapeutic Uses:
has been used to treat ARTHRITIS. Studies
have shown that Noni
is effective in reducing pain and swelling in the joints.
This is possibly due to Noni's
ability to improve digestion by completely dissolving
proteins and preventing the build up of uric acid, which can
crystallize in our joints causing pain. Noni
can improve MOOD, SLEEP and ENERGY and the
general sense of well being due to its ability to bind with and
increase seratonin (a hormone
responsible for numerous biochemical responses including sleep,
hunger, sex, mood and energy).
has been used to treat HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE. In 1993,
researchers at the University of Hawaii isolated "Scopoletin",
a phytonutrient that can dilate previously constricted blood
vessels. This results in a normalization of blood pressure.
In 1992, ANTI-CANCER findings were published at the
proceedings of The American Association of Cancer Research titled
"Anti-Tumor Activity of Morinda Citrifolia". A new
compound isolated at The Institute of Biomedical Sciences in Japan,
"Damnacanthal" is believed to be responsible for Noni's
There are many other reported uses as can be clearly seen from the
table above. To find out more about "Noni
Juice", please contact us.
This information has been compiled from the many
publications of Morinda Citrifolia, or simply NONI.
It is not intended for medical advise, but for educational purposes
evergreen plant that has been used by humankind as both food and
medicine for millennia. Growing in various parts of the world, including
parts of Africa, Asia, Australia and the Americas, the oldest known
reference to the plant as a medicine dates back several thousand years
to ancient Sanskrit Ayurvedic medicinal texts in India.
Known as Noni in Hawaii, the plant was brought
to Polynesia from the East by migrating settlers and has been used by
the people of Polynesia to treat a wide variety of health disorders for
over 2000 years; yet it is only recently that its medically active
constituents have been identified and its healing action begun to be
Researchers at the University of Hawaii and
elsewhere have isolated Nonis active ingredients. Dr Mona Harrison
MD, former Assistant Dean of Boston University School of Medicine and
Chief Medical Officer D.C. General Hospital writes: The modern world
of medicine is finally starting to catch up to the knowledge of ancient
times. We now have the instrumentation necessary to evaluate what it is
about Noni that allows it to cause such dramatic improvement in so many
areas of the body. Noni, an ancient remedy, is finally being validated
by breakthroughs in modern technology.1
Various researchers around the world have
looked into Nonis healing action and beneficial affects on a wide
range of con-ditions. Research suggests that Nonis action includes
purifying the blood, stimulating the immune system, regulating cell
function, and regeneration of damaged cells.
Other research has indicated that Noni is
antibiotic, anti- inflammatory, anti-congestive and analgesic. It can
help to restore and regulate the bodys pH balance, ability to
assimilate nutrients, blood pressure and cholesterol levels, and
endocrine system, particularly pineal, thyroid and thymus action. This
may explain why it has been found useful in such a wide variety of
cases, being used to treat over 100 medical conditions.
Dr Neil Solomon MD, PhD, former Presidential
Special Advisor on Health Matters and Marylands First Secretary of
Health, writes: Noni is taking its place at the forefront of
complementary medicine because of its successful adjunctive treatment of
ailments that vary from cancer to arthritis, from high blood pressure to
weight control. Study after study has yielded positive results regarding
the efficacy of Noni in treating many of the most common ailments in
Evidence from doctors and patients alike
testifies to some of Nonis remarkable effects: 79% of over 8000 Noni
users surveyed reported an increase in general well-being and an
improvement in one or more of their health problems. From diabetes to
depression, migraine to varicose veins, Noni has been found by thousands
of people around the world to be a valuable nutritional supplement.
Dr Bryant Bloss, an Orthopaedic Surgeon from
Indiana, writes Noni took care of my back pain and pain in my left
shoulder. It has also increased my energy level. Noni has been very
effective for the majority of my patients. I offer it as a food
supplement and most of them choose to try it and then continue using it.
Noni has improved not only my life, but the lives of many of my
Allan Bailey, Pharmacist and Master Herbalist
writes, On a daily basis I see people who have benefited from Noni.
From experiences that people have shared, I feel Noni has universal
applications. Noni should be included as a part of everybodys daily
nutrition because it helps us absorb essential nutrients from our diets
and supplements. Noni is the missing piece of the health puzzle.4
Doctors and people who have taken Noni have
Feeling of well-being
Most people report an increase in energy levels and general well-being
after only a few weeks of taking Noni. Out of 3,273 people surveyed
71% reported reduced stress levels. 88% of 1,545 people questioned
reported enhanced sexual enjoyment. In one survey 69% of people who
had tried it continued to take it and refused to give it up!5
So how could one plant help so many people
with so many diverse health problems? Dr Solomon set out to explore
this question and writes: It appears that Noni is a true adaptogen
it enhances the bodys healing system regardless of the medical
treatment a patient is receiving. As an adaptogen, Noni brings the
body into more normal balance (i.e. homeostasis). If blood pressure or
blood sugar are too high Noni will help lower them. If too low Noni
helps raise them. Noni is teeming with compounds that have been
scientifically proven to have a great deal of efficacy against a
myriad of diseases. This tropical herb is a credible source of relief
from many, many ailments.
He concludes: Noni is a remarkable fruit
and scientists are steadily putting a stamp of approval on its
medicinal abilities. Slowly but surely, Noni is moving from the
mystical world of tribal healers into the mainstream health arena,
giving each of us the opportunity of benefiting from this powerful
medicinal fruit. Noni can make a difference in your life.6
Dr. Ralph Heinicke, a research biochemist was
one of the first scientists to look into the action and benefits of
Noni, and is credited with discovering some of the active ingredients
that give Noni its healing properties. Whilst working in Hawaii in the
1950s he was inspired to investigate the Noni plant to try to discover
why it had such a vast therapeutic spectrum. His research inspired
other researchers and doctors to take a closer look at Noni.
Dr Solomon writes: Scientists speculate
that there may be a number of different agents in Noni that act in a
synergistic manner to produce desirable effects.7 Research revealed
a wide range of beneficial phytochemicals that work together to give
the plant its health promoting properties. Some of these
phytochemicals are unique to Noni and are not found in any other known
plant. Noni has been shown to contain over 140 different compounds
thought to play an integral role in the plants healing action.
Dr Heinikes research suggests that an
important part of Nonis action is in delivering to the body
quantities of the compound proxeronine, and the enzyme proxeroninase,
which the body uses to convert proxeronine into the vital bio-chemical
Dr Solomon explains: Xeronine is a pivotal
ingredient in a wide range of normal biochemical reactions that help
the body heal itself,8 Our bodys ability to produce xeronine
diminishes with age and illness. Insufficient levels of xeronine in
the body can lead to a wide variety of health problems. Extra levels
of xeronine are required by the organs of the body to repair cells
whenever there is damage or disease. Disease, injury, trauma and
stress can also lower the amounts of xeronine available to our cells,
creating a xeronine deficiency.
Helping to maintain sufficient quantities of
proxeronine in the body may be one of the factors that gives Noni its
preventative and energising action as well as its curative and
therapeutic qualities. The fruit has also been found to be effective
in stimulating and regulating melatonin and seratonin levels in the
body, thus helping regulate sleep, temperature and mood cycles.
Dr Heinike concludes: The action of Noni
juice in enabling the body to recover from different types of
infection is exciting. The administration of Noni causes an
unbelievably wide range of physiological responses. Numerous research
workers have shown that Noni improves the immune system and
specifically, increases the number of T-cells. Noni is a valuable
herbal remedy. The future for Noni looks bright.9
Noni seems to be continuing to prove itself
to be one of the most remarkable and beneficial of plants. As medical
research into why Noni works so well with so many varied conditions
continues, a growing number of people around the world are taking Noni
as part of their daily nutritional programme.
Noni has even been used to treat animals. Dr
Gary Tran, Veterinary Doctor reports: The results were so dramatic
for my family that I decided to use it on the four-legged patients at
my clinic. I have given Noni to over 2,000 animals and more than 90%
of the time the animals have responded well.
I have found Noni is the most wonderful
substance a doctor can use in this line of work. If I were banished to
a remote island and could bring only one health product, it would
definitely be Noni.10
Whether for humans or animals this ancient
healing plant seems to have much to offer us in the modern world. As
Dr Steven Hall M.D., Providence Hospital, Washington puts it: Not
only does Noni provide many benefits on its own, it also increases the
effectiveness of other treatments. Noni is incredible because it
offers help to people who could not be helped by traditional science.
Instead of giving people the standard vitamin and mineral supplements,
we can help their bodies reach another level of cellular and molecular
Noni is also recommended in the prevention of
disease. According to Dr Ede Koenig, DSc, NMD, you do not need to have
a health problem to benefit from taking it: Noni represents a whole
new paradigm in the field of natural healing and health maintenance.
It is as important for those interested in preventative health as it
is for those who are currently addressing health disorders of almost
any kind. I have found in my own research and experience that the
benefits of Noni are so profound that I now recommend it to all of my
clients. It has been a tremendous enhancement to my health programme.
If there ever was a panacea I would have to say that this is it.12
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