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What is in the Noni Fruit?

• Modern researchers are still trying to explain how Noni is helping so many people with such a wide variety of conditions.  The Xeronine component is certainly a major part of the reason.  But look what else is in the Noni fruit and what benefits these components have:

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Xeronine• The building blocks our bodies use to

manufacture Xeronine. With nutrient-depleted foods, where these building blocks are not available, our proteins can become reliant on inadequate substitutes such as sugar, caffeine, cocaine, or nicotine to do their work. In returning Xeronine to the body, Noni has been found to help break addictions to these substances. By promoting optimal protein functioning, Noni promotes massive cellular regeneration and hormonal balance.

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• Has anti-inflammatory, anti-histamine, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties, lowers blood pressure, and binds to

serotonin to help regulate sleep, hunger and temperature.

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Modern Uses of Noni

• ADD/ADHD, addictions, allergies, arthritis, asthma, brain problems, burns, cancer,

cardiovascular disease, chemical sensitivity, chronic fatigue, diabetes, digestive

problems, endometriosis, fibromyalgia, gout, hypertension, immune deficiency, infection,

inflammation, jet lag, multiple sclerosis, muscle and joint pain, polio, rheumatism,

severed fingers, sinus, veterinary medicine.

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Morinda Citrifolia• Morinda Citrifolia is assumed to have originated in Southeast Asia and was

distributed throughout the Pacific islands by natural and man-made means.  It is believed that approximately 2000 years ago, ancient peoples of French Polynesia brought the Noni plant with them as a source of food and medicine when they colonized the islands of the South Pacific.  Written documentation about the use of Noni as food dates back to the late 1700s when Captain James Cook observed that the fruit was consumed in Tahiti.  Subsequent publications indicate that Noni fruit was commonly eaten in Fiji, Roratonga, Samoa, Australia, and India.  In addition, the roots and bark of the Noni plant were scraped and pounded to form a yellow or red dye used to color tapa cloths and clothing. Traditional uses of the Noni plant are varied and virtually every part of the plant is used as some form of medicine.  Healers used Noni leaves as a bandage or poultice for wounds.  Young, green fruits were crushed and the extracted was used as a remedy for lesions or sores in the mouth.  Root or stem bark was typically used to treat inflammation or infections. Other conditions treated with Noni include fevers, skin disease, respiratory problems, gastrointestinal upset, menstrual or urinary problems, diabetes, and venereal diseases.  Research into the traditional uses of Noni indicate that it was the second most popular plant used in herbal remedies with approximately 40 known and recorded formulations.  Noni is included in the traditional pharmacopoeias of Native Hawaiians, other Pacific Islanders, and Asian populations. 

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• Fatty acids are the building blocks of fats and oils.  The "essential" fatty acids in Noni are the important poly-unsaturated fats that we must get from our diet. They maintain healthy skin, nerve cells, heart tissue and blood vessels and help balance mood. They keep cell membranes working properly and efficiently, improving the nutrient-toxin exchange. 

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• Controls infectious bacteria such as Staphylococcus Aureus, E. Coli & Salmonella.

• Helps with cell rejuvenation, thus increasing nutrient-toxin exchange.

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• Provide powerful anti-oxidant protection against free radicals.

• Soluble fiber helps cleanse the blood, decrease cholesterol, binds to fats and balances blood sugar levels.  Insoluble fiber

("bulk") is important for colon health. .

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• An adaptogen is a substance that has a global balancing effect on all body systems.  There are only 12 known adaptogens; of these 12, Noni is said to be the "premiere" adaptogen.

• Tissues degrade and disease thrives in an acidic environment.  Noni promotes an alkaline body chemistry, the optimal state for good health.

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• Anti-oxidants, such as green tea, pycnogenol, and vitamin C, among others, are important in neutralizing "free radicals", or particles that cause DNA damage that can lead to cancer.  Noni has recently been found to be the most effective of all known anti-oxidants

• A 3:1 ratio of carbohydates to fiber in Noni helps balance blood sugar levels.

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• Unlike typical pain relievers and anti-inflammatories, Noni  decreases pain and inflammation while protecting stomach, kidney, and liver cells.

• As a humectant, Noni helps tissues retain moisture.

• Noni intelligently supports the immune system, not just by boosting it, but by regulating it to suppress the allergic and auto-allergic responses.

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Plant Part Used Traditional Medicinal Uses

 LeavesRelieves cough, nausea, colic (Malaysia), tuberculosis, sprains, deep bruising, rheumatism, bone fractures, dislocations, hypertension, stomach ache, diabetes, loss of appetite, urinary tract ailments, abdominal swelling, hernias, vitamin A deficiency


Lumbago, asthma, dysentery (Indochina), head lice (Hawaii), wound poultice, broken bones, sores or scabs, sore throat, peeling and cracking of toes and feet, cuts, wounds, abscesses, mouth and gum infections, toothaches, appetite and brain stimulant food, boils, carbuncles, tuberculosis, sprains, deep bruises, rheumatism, stomach ulcers, hypertension

 Fruit Regulate menstrual flow, urinary tract problems, arthritis

 Stem Jaundice, hypertension

 Seed Scalp insecticide, insect repellant

 Flowers Sties

 Leaves, flowers, fruit, bark

Eye conditions, skin wounds, abscesses, gum and throat disease, respiratory ailments, constipation, fever, laxative

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Diarrhea Diabetes  Eye infections 

Intestinal Parasites  High Blood Pressure  Inflamed, sore gums 

Indigestion  Headache  Sore throat with cough 

Stomach Ulcers  Kidney and Bladder  Gingivitis 

BONES & JOINTS Tumors  Toothache 

Arthritis  Fevers  CHEST

Broken Bones  GENDER-SPECIFIC Cough 

Sprains  Childbirth and Pregnancy 


SKIN Menstrual Cramps  Asthma 

Abscesses, Boils, Blemishes 

Regulate Menstruation  Respiratory Afflictions 

Wounds, Infections  Prostate Complaints  TONIC TO SLOW


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