Noni Juice 12,000 mg
Noni may help with:
- Immune Support*
- Circulatory System*
- Free radicals*
- Skin inflammation*
- Mouth sores*
Noni is a fruit much
like a pineapple in shape. This herb from the South Pacific can help a variety
of modern ailments. If you lived on one of the islands of the South Pacific
2,000 years ago, a trip to the doctor, or, in this case, the sacred medicine
man, wouldn't have brought you a prescription, but more likely a dose of Noni.
In the last few years the natural and Herbal
products have become very popular. One among such is the Noni fruit that has
various benefits over the other kind of herbs and common medicines. In
following few paragraphs the reader can get detailed information about Noni
fruit, its properties, uses and medicinal values. It is normally found in
southern parts of Asia, Hawaii, and America and in the West Indies. Noni Fruit
is small in size and white in color and has pungent smell. These fruits are
oval in shape and have soft skin and have got much juice in it. Noni fruits
become light yellowish in color when they are fully ripe.
In some areas like Burma, Fiji and Australia
this fruit is eaten raw mostly by the females. In India after drying Noni fruit
they are used as dye purpose to color the carpets and turbans. This fruit after
drying and crushing can also be used in treating the cuts and the wounds. In
some cases Noni juice after mixing with salt were used in healing the boils and
the pimples. Even this fruit was mixed with sugarcane juice to clean the faces
as a cleanser medicine.
In and around 1930s fruits were used for internal purpose also to get rid of
worms and respiratory problems. Juice of this Noni fruit can be preserved for
longer duration by bottling them and storing it in specific temperature. This
fruit juice is very useful in curing diabetics, treating cancer diseases,
arthritis and cardiovascular problems. Its fruits, roots, stems, leaves are
used in different types of medicines.
leaves are used in treatment of rheumatism, ulcers, boils cough and cold,
neuralgia, inflammation and gout. Noni leaves can be mashed with other herbal
plants and applied to deep wounds.*
Fruit is also in traditional medicinal use like treatment of boils, preparing
ointments for sprains, swelling of limbs and bruises.*
Noni is rich in nutritive constituents like carbohydrates, ascorbic acids,
proteins, fructose, fats, glucose, potassium, calcium, sodium, phosphorous,
iron and magnesium.
The Noni Juice contains various nutrients that
fulfill the requirement of the sound heath. These nutrients are fat, glucose,
fructose, ascorbic acid, sodium, magnesium, iron, calcium, phosphorus and
carbohydrate. By seeing the various advantages and uses of the Noni juice the
European Commission approved it as essential food and permitted to
commercialized in 2003. Nowadays, Noni juice has become a household name all
over the world and used by the all the age groups as a health tonic.
Noni has been extensively used in folk
medicine by Polynesians for over 2,000 years. Noni is a traditional food and
medicine in many tropical areas including the Pacific Islands, Southeast Asia,
India, and the Philippines. Ethnobotanical data is plentiful on the uses of the
fruit, leaves, and root of the plant. Ancient Hawaiians used Noni fruit for
both internal and topical applications.
Noni is still used by the local population in Hawaii for sugar control
diseases, high vascular pressure, heart health maintenance, abnormal growths,
and other chronic disorders, although no controlled clinical studies exist to
support these uses. Based on clinical practice and animal studies, a
polysaccharide-rich substance from Noni fruit juice attacks abnormal cells in
several different ways.*
Noni fruit juice seems to act indirectly
against abnormal growths, primarily through immunostimulatory effects. Animal
studies found that adding 10% Noni fruit juice to drinking water for one week
significantly reduced DNA adduct formation in rodents. DNA adducts change the
shape of DNA and initiate the formation of abnormal cells (i.e. chemicals in
cigarette smoke are known to cause DNA adducts thereby initiating lung abnormal
growths in smokers).*
A low dosage of Noni juice (6-15mg daily for
4-5 days) reduced the formation of DNA adducts by 30% in the heart, 41% in the
lung, 42% in the liver, and 80% in the kidney of female rats. Even more
dramatic reductions were obtained in male mice: 60% in the heart, 50% in the
lung, 70% in the liver, and 90% in the kidney.*
Noni juice also has potent antioxidant
activity. Researchers conclude that Noni juice could be used in clinical
applications as a supplemental agent to reduce side-effects and improve chemotherapy.
In animal studies, Noni juice treatments prolonged the life span of mice by
more than 75%.*
Noni Fruit contains: The active ingredients
are polysaccharides found in a polysaccharide-rich substance in the
water-soluble fraction of the fruit juice. A novel trisaccharide fatty acid
ester was recently identified from the fruits of Noni. The fruit also contains
the plant acids, hexoic acid and octoic acid, and paraffin.
The potassium concentration in Noni juice
samples was determined and found to be 56.3 mEq/L. Other ubiquitous substances
are also found in the fruit. Several Noni products are marketed with the
information that the key active ingredients in Noni are alkaloids called
proxeroxine and proeronase. These compounds have yet to be identified by conventional
researchers and have not been reported in peer-reviewed scientific
publications; it appears that the claims may be false.
Noni Juice as a rich source of potassium, is
contraindicated in cases of chronic renal insufficiency. There is a case report
on Noni juice involving a man with chronic renal insufficiency that
self-medicated with Noni juice and presented to a clinic with hyperkalemia
despite claiming adherence to a low-potassium diet.
It is suggested that individuals work up to
the higher dosages slowly, starting with the maintenance dosage of 1 ounce
daily, followed by two daily dosages of 1 ounce and so on until the higher
dosages are taken several times per day. At the higher dosages, it is
recommended to be under the supervision of a qualified medical practitioner
familiar with the properties of Noni juice.
Noni contains nutritional enzymes, anthraquinones and polysaccharides, all
known to have various health benefits. Noni is the common Polynesian name for
Noni Juice also known as Indian Mulberry. The plant indigenous to India,
Malaysia, and Southeast Asia, is a Noni of evergreen ranging in size from a
small bush to a tree 20 or 30 feet high.
Approximately the size of a potato the Noni
fruit has a lumpy appearance and a waxy, semi-translucent skin that ranges in
color as it ripens from green to yellow to almost white. Natives recognize it
sight unseen because of the fruit's rancid smell when fully ripe. This smell
decreases some as the fruit is fermented and the juice is prepared. The taste
is also improved during this processing.
Noni plant are used to contain fever and as a
tonic (Chinese, Japan, Polynesia); leaves, flowers, fruit, bark to treat eye
problems, skin wounds and abscesses, gum and throat problems, respiratory
ailments, constipation, fever (Pacific Islands, Polynesia); to treat stomach
pains and after child birth (Marshall Islands).*
Vitamins - Noni Juice - This herb from the South Pacific can help a variety of
modern ailments. This fruit juice is very useful in curing diabetics, treating
cancer diseases, arthritis and cardiovascular problems. *
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