Adults - Take 30ml daily.
For best results take on an empty stomach.
Organic Certified 99.6% Noni juice -and Noni Fruit, 0.2% Natural Raspberry Flavour, 0.2% Citric Acid.
Discover NONI and help keep your body healthy: NONI, the fruit of the morinda citriflolia plant, is recognised as an exceptional source of nutrition, which may help support the immune system and increase energy levels. Noni delivers proxeronine, scopoletin and xeronine to the boby, accelerating the production and maintence of healthy body cells and enhancing digestion.
Bodytec noni is produced in tahitian islands where the tropical climate and rich volcanic soil provide the ideal growing conditions to produce the hihest quality plants. Noni has been used as a natural he4aling plant for thousands of years in French polynesia, originally harvested fron tropical forests.
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What Is Noni ?
It is an evergreen shrub or bush that can grow to a height of between fifteen to twenty feet. The fruit looks like a green grenade which is covered with reddish brown seed pits that give it a lumpy texture. The fruit starts green, turns yellow, ripens to whiteness & falls from the tree.
The tree bears fruits all year round. Once one fruit is picked, a new one will take its place after only three months! The noni fruit, in its raw form, smells foul & tastes just as bad.
Noni originated in India, it now grows in various parts of the world such as French Polynesia (the best known of these islands is Tahiti), Hawaii, Southeast Asia & etc. It grows best in mineral-rich volcanic ash.
The earliest reference to noni being used as a medicine date back several thousand years to India's Sanskrit writings when it was used in Ayurvedic medicine. Noni is used in the native medicinal systems of the islands of the South & Central Pacific, including Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga & Hawaii, Southeast Asia for example Malaysia & the Philippines. Parts used include the bark, leaves, flowers, fruit & seeds.
Noni was, and still is, prescribed by the native Polynesian healers to treat pain, inflammation, burns, skin problems, intestinal worms, nausea, food poisoning, fevers, bowel & menstrual problems, insect & animal bites etc.
According to Dr. Neil Solomon, Noni has been reported to be safe for pregnant and nursing mothers. Noni can also be taken with all medications & other food supplements. It is non-addictive.
Nutrients in Noni
Over 150 nutraceuticals have been found in the noni fruit, some of those identified are : anthraquinones, beta-carotene, calcium, linoleic acid, magnesium, pectin, potassium, proline, protein, proxeronine, proxeroninease, scopoletin, beta-sitosterols, sterols, phenylalanine & tyrosine, ursolic acid, all the B vitamins & antioxidants like vitamin C, proanthocyanadins & anthocyanadins.
How Does Noni Work & Why It Can Be Good For Us ?
Our bodies work by biochemical reactions. Examples include growing hair, digesting food, healing injuries, fighting infections, walking, thinking, feeling etc.
There are certain processes in our body that are primary & supportive of the entire body.Any change in these primary processes can cause dramatic changes throughout our whole body & other aspects of our life.
Two of the main primary processes include the processes of synthesis and of communication.Synthesis include all the things that our bodies make, for example, proteins, connective tissues, new cells, hormones, DNA etc.Communication refers to the flow of chemically controlled information among the cells, for proper co-ordinated growth of the human body as a whole.
Globular proteins are the workhorses for both synthesis (enzymes) & communication (cell wall receptors) processes.Globular proteins are long strands of amino acids connected like beads on a string. Big & wobbly, they spend only a very short time in the precise shape that does most of their intended work.
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. Enzymes catalyze every biochemical reaction in the body & the cell wall receptors are responsible for much of the communication that occurs biochemically in the body.
. To increase the effectiveness of an enzyme or receptor, our bodies produce a small molecule called xeronine that wedges itself between the strands of protein, making it more rigid & hence spending more time in its biochemically efficient configuration. Dr. Ralph Heinicke, a research biochemist, pioneered the study of the alkaloid Xeronine.
. Xeronine is produced in the body (large intestine) from the building blocks Proxeronine, Proxeroninase and Seratonin. Our bodies contain all of these blocks but proxeronine may be in short supply. Under usual circumstances, the liver stores proxeronine, releasing it into the bloodstream every two hours. Additional quantity of proxeronine required comes from the food that we eat.
However soil depletion and environmental degradation have reduced the amount of xeronine building blocks in our food. Also illnesses, ageing, stresses, highly active lifestyles etc. have placed an increased demand on the proteins in our body. To increase the supply of xeronine in our body, more proxeronine will need to be supplied through our diet.
Noni is found to contain, in abundant quantity, the building blocks for xeronine, namely proxeronine and the enzymes needed to convert proxeronine into xeronine, known as proxeronase.
The Noni plant has brought hope and helpful benefits to people for the past 2,000 years. It is not completely understood how Noni juice works in the human body, but several scientific studies, as well as anecdotal evidence from Noni juice consumer testimonies, say it works.
In the past 50 years, scientists and researchers around the world have begun to better understand how the compounds found in Noni fruit work. The majority of the published research has come from researchers at the University of Hawaii School of Medicine, as well as other laboratories in France and Japan.
World reknowned Noni expert, Dr. Neil Solomon, collected data from over 200 health professionals representing 20,000 people who drank Noni juice. In his book, TAHITIAN NONI JUICE, he tabulated results from this pool of people who experienced objective and/or subjective improvements after drinking TAHITIAN NONI juice.
Source: Solomon, Neil, M.D. Ph.D. TAHITIAN NONI® JUICE. UT: Direct Source Publishing, 2002
MORINDA CITRIFOLIA - Is a remarkable life sustaining plant growing in the Tahitian Islands where the tropical climate and the rich volcanic soil provide the ideal growing conditions to produce the highest quality plants. NONI JUICE known for hundreds of years to have many natural healing properties, is produced from this plant.
Noni juice cotains natural raspberry flavour for a pleasant taste.
Noni juice provides your body with natural Vitamins, Mnerals, Anti-Oxidants, Enzymes, Bioflavanoids and phytonutrients. Suitable for vegetarians, vegans and celiacs.
Nutritional information, 100ml, 30ml:
Energy (Kcal) 47 Kcal, 14 Kcal.
Fat 0gm, 0gm. Sodium 0gm, 0gm.
Carbohydrate 13gm, 4gm.
Protein 0.4gm, 0.1gm.
Here are some of the most important benefits this fruit :
1. Analgesic – Noni has the nicknames of “The Tree For Headaches” or “The Painkiller Tree”. Studies have shown that noni reduced pain comparable to the drugs tramadol and hydrocortisone, making it effective for arthritic and other joint pains.
2. Immune system booster – Noni activates macrophages and strengthens the immune system, which then produces more lymphocytes. It also contains antibacterial agents that fight infectious bacteria, including Staphylococcus aureus and Escherichia coli.
3. Antidepressant/sedative – Noni stimulates seratonin and melatonin, two very important hormones. Seratonin affects mood, emotions, and sleep; imbalance in levels of serotonin may contribute to depression. Melatonin regulates the Circadian rhythm, which helps you sleep; keeping this regular will help you get a good night’s rest, also improving your mood.
4. Skincare/hair – Noni’s properties are useful on skin and scalp conditions, such as eczema and ringworm; also rubbed on scalp for lustrous hair; and will keep your skin young. Just rub some juice on affected skin/scalp, leave on for 15 minutes, rinse off. Ingestion of juice may help your nails to grow stronger.
5. Anti-tumor/anti-cancer – Noni stimulates the production of nitric oxide. Nitric oxide is an extremely useful substance, one that is at the base of many of noni’s benefits.
6. Hypertension – Noni is high in phytonutrients, selenium, and vitamin C, which fights free radical damage on blood vessel walls; scopoletin, a compound that may lower blood pressure; it is alkaline, which keeps bodily fluids from becoming too acidic, therefore hurting free radicals. It also has proxeronine, which is needed for the body to produce xeronine. Xeronine helps coordinate the cells to work harmonious, lowering stress and in turn, blood pressure. Also has the amino acid, tryptophan. When tryptophan enters the blood stream and goes to cells, it helps produce other substances that are important, such as even more seratonin, which is great for lowering blood pressure by way of its relaxing effect.
7. Cholesterol – Noni prevents the absorption of LDL cholesterol, thus reducing plaque in arteries, keeping you healthy and alive longer.
8. Memory – Noni, as mentioned before, prevents absorption of cholesterol by way of its large amount of phytosterols. This directly helps your brain stay healthier, and plaque does not build up in arteries feeding the brain, keeping it properly oxygenated.
9. Irritable Bowel Syndrome/constipation – Noni is high in soluble fiber, which helps ease the strain on your intestines and softens stool. Also has necessary vitamins and minerals to keep your intestines healthy.
10. Antibacterial/antifungal/antiviral – Noni has properties to fight infections comparable to that of prescription drugs. It contains anthraquinones, scopoletin, and terpenes, among others all work together to fight diseases.