Also known as- Morinda citrofolia, Ashyuka
How can one plant (Noni) be so helpful to so many different types of people? Dr. Ralph Heinicke, Ph.D. in biochemistry specializing in alkaloid research, pioneered the research on the remarkable Noni plant, discovering its high content of pro-xeronine. Pro-xeronine is converted to xeronine by the body. Amazingly, if a sufficient amount of xeronine is available, it helps activate all the body's enzymes and proteins to greater efficiency. Noni has the highest Pro-xeronine content of any known source. Noni has 7 to 10 times more than pineapple and 10 to 20 times more than aloe or ginseng.
* Noni helps ALL cells function at their best
* Xeronine helps optimize cellular function
* Xeronine accelerates cleansing of the cell's membrane attachment sites
Consumer Alert - Never Buy the Following!
* Pasteurized (cooked) Noni juice
* Freeze-dried Noni
* The wrong species of Noni
* Green (immature) Noni fruit
* The wrong part of the plant
* Noni grown near big cities (smog)
* Poor quality Noni
Heat kills the active enzymes and degrades the active factors in Noni. For best results, use only 100% pure, unheated, fully active Noni powder. Flash-freezing degrades the enzymes and active factors in freeze-dried Noni. Broken RNA/DNA fragments in freeze-dried Noni plant cells have significantly decreased activity as compared to fresh, low temperature, air-dried Noni. Many different plants have been called Noni, but the true species of Noni with its famous active factors is Morinda citrifolia. The most potent species is from India. Immature Noni fruit does not contain the full spectrum of active factors as ripe Noni and may upset the digestion. The active, health-promoting part of Noni is the mature, ripe Noni fruit and seed, not the leaves or stems. Plants grown in contaminated air near busy roads or near auto exhaust incorporate heavy metals and other pollutants into their cell structure. When you consume polluted herbs, you also become more toxic. Avoid Noni which is poorly grown, pesticide sprayed, solvent-extracted or fumigated.
It has been used medicinally for over 2000 years for a wide variety of ailments. The first western documentation was in the late 18th century by Captain Cook who observed it being eaten the locales. Different groups of islands have different, unique uses for the fruit, but the wide spread use of noni for help with diabetes and venereal diseases seem to be common thread among all of them. Topically, it has traditionally been used for burns, cuts and wounds, abscesses, and as a shampoo for head lice. Internally, it has been used for gum and mouth infections, ulcers, asthma, heart health, and nausea, among others.
Noni was mentioned in Ayurvedic texts well over 1000 years ago as Ashyuka, which means longevity, and was used as a balancing agent. The fruit itself is quite odoriferous, which makes the powdered form a more palatable way in which to take noni. Unlike other fruits, the noni has no "season", so it can be harvested every month from the same tree.
Used for aging, diabetes, halitosis, hemorrhoids, tumors, tuberculosis, high blood pressure, and as a tonic for overall health and energy. Because Noni works to strengthen your own immune system and improve all cellular functions, many people report improvement with allergies, asthma, arthritis, PMS, sleep problems, infections, eczema, and chemical sensitivities, to name a few. 100% low-temperature, air-dried mature Noni fruit powder.
Note: Parts Used -whole fruit powder. Product is air dried at temperatures not exceeding 90 degrees F.
Certified organic by QAI
Product of India