Noni Juice Cures

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Posted by Cinthia (Springfield, PA) on 04/10/2009
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I am a healthy person and try Noni recommended by a friend. I drink Noni 1 oz every morning for a month and don't feel any better. In fact, I feel more tired and some tight feeling around my heard. I decide to stop drinking it eventhough I have ton of juice left. (I brought 2 gallons from healing Noni web site) I will post my feeling after stop using the Noni juice. Good luck for all those spending money on Noni.


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Posted by David (Hong Kong) on 09/01/2008
1 out of 5 stars

Warning

Noni juice was used to be very popular in Hong Kong due to its claim of many health benefits...but unfortunately, they are all false claims...verified and found out by the consumer council in HK. Sales of noni juice plummeted as a result. For readers here, do not buy noni juice for whatever health benefit they claim to have, they are all FALSE CLAIMS!!!


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Posted by Hank (Vancouver, BC) on 10/10/2006
1 out of 5 stars

I have tried Noni Juice twice over the years and never experienced any positive affects. The second time I tried it I bought it from a reputable drug store who guaranteed it. They were very good about giving me my money back.


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Posted by Donna (Aspen, CO) on 11/24/2005
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While I was in Tahiti I did a bit of personal research on the Noni plant, which the Mormons are selling as a cure all. They claim that ancient Tahitians used it to cure people. I asked everyone, and on islands far from civilization (I went to the Tuomoto & Marquisis Islands too), turns out the answer is always the same, the Noni plant is a weed, when it's fruit is ripe it smells horendous (yes-this I witnessed-aurgh). Tahitians used to cut it down, but it contined to grow. Now they make money off of it, so it's being grown everywhere. Tahitians are hearing the word from the Mormon church that it will cure you and are turning up in hospitals left and right--as they are trying to use it & eat it. The Marquisis Islands are getting rich off of it, but still they told me the truth, they only grow it for money, they do not use it, it isn't for sale anywhere except the big islands--in the airports mostly. So, it gets you to wondering about everything, is it all for money? no honesty left?