Last Modified on Oct 27, 2014
Juicing is one of the newest trends in health and wellness; however, noni juice takes that trend a step further. A juice with a plethora of benefits, noni delivers an assortment of nutrients to the body in an easily digestible form. First used as a juice to ease digestive issues, noni has since been identified as an effective treatment for a host of other conditions as well.
What is Noni?
Noni is the name for a tropical fruit. Grown on a tropical evergreen tree, noni is native to the Pacific Islands of Polynesia and Tahiti. The fruit also grows abundantly in India, regions of Australia, South America, and the Caribbean. Today, the tree and its fruit are even grown in other parts of the world.
All of the parts of the noni tree serve as beneficial health treatments. The fruit, leaves, flowers, stems, bark, and roots are used for making medicine and treating a wide range of conditions. The fruit can be taken by mouth or used as a topical application with equally beneficial results; however, some individuals find the fruit and juice somewhat unpleasant in both smell and taste.
Table of Contents
- Blood Pressure
- Gout, Joint Pain
- Gray Hair
- High Blood Sugar
- Joint Pain
- Joint Pain, Colds, Flu, Immune System Weakness
- Joint Pain, Food Stuck in Throat
- Lower Back Pain, GERD
- Lupus, Congestive Heart Failure
- Multiple Benefits
- Noni Reader Feedback
- Skin and Bladder Infections
- Vision, Energy
[YEA] Noni Juice cured the pain from osteoarthritis; also, no colds or flu for the last year. After a few days of taking tahitian noni juice, I was able to stop using my cane, take longer walks, get up and down stairs better. I'm no longer on any meds for my knee. It also helps me to sleep soundly all night. I've been taking a maintenence dose of 2 TB twice daily for about 3-4 years. My family uses noni juice and noni cream for all sorts of first aid remedies....it also cured a friend of ulcers.
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