How does it work?
The healing powers of the Noni fruit can be traced to its chemical composition. Proxeronine, an alkaloid, is found in abundance in the fruit and helps to strengthen the formation of cells.
The recommended use of the Noni juice is two tablespoons every morning before meals. It can also be mixed with your favorite juice.
Big Island Noni offers only the freshest, 100% natural Noni juice from plants grown on the Kalapana Noni Farm and other choice Big Island noni farms.
The retail price of Big Island Noni juice is $14.00 per ten-ounce bottle. And that includes shipping!
What can it do?
Noni has been shown to improve bug bites, skin disorders, joint and circulation problems, arthritis, and canker sores.
Noni has an analgesic effect and is a natural antiseptic which is effective against several kinds of harmful bacteria, as well as fungus and parasites.
In 1992, the American Association for Cancer Research found that Noni juice stimulated the immune system and thereby retarded cancerous tumor growth.
Noni in Hawaii dates back to our ancestors, who used the fruit in a poultice or juice form to cure many different types of illnesses such as cancer, hypertension, arthritis, pain, deficiency, fatigue, diabetes, stomach problems, burns, insect bites and to keep their immune system healthy.
What is Noni?
Noni is a small evergreen tree that grows best on volcanic grounds near the coastline. Noni, the common name for Morinda Citrifolia, is a plant typically found in the Polynesian and Hawaiian islands.
Upon this tree, flowers develop in small, globule, fused ‘heads’ to form an inflorescence. The ‘head’ bearing the flower increases slowly in size during the blooming period and more rapidly when flowering has been completed. Before the last flower has bloomed, small pale yellowish-green fruits, containing many small seeds appear. The mature fruit is edible but not very palatable. The Noni fruit is taken from the plant and normally consumed as a juice.
Noni is also known as the Pain Killer Plant, Grand Morinda, and the Headache Tree. Polynesian healers have been using it for thousands of years because of its healthful benefits.