About the Product
The scientific name for Noni is Morinda Citrifolia. It is also otherwise called as great Morinda. It has also other names such as Indian Mulberry dog dumpling, mengkudu and more. Normally Noni grows in rocky lands and also in sandy beach shores. It takes around 18 months for noni to grow completely. Once it is grown completely it yields around 8 kg of noni fruit per month and it yields all through the year.
- The juice exacted from noni fruit is called noni juice, it is considered to have medicinal value.
- It is also said that the noni has the knack of revitalizing the dead cells which will help in increasing the immunity power of a human being, it also helps with digestion and some researchers say that the noni juice helps with weight loss too.
- People who use noni juice say that it helps in lowering the blood pressure, reduces pain and also it cures stomach ulcers. But it is always advised to consult your doctor before taking noni juice.
- Not made from dried or powdered noni.
- The Original Tahitian Noni Juice by Morinda Inc. (Four 1 Liter Bottles per Case)
Noni Fruit Juice from Pure Juice Puree from French Polynesia, Natural Grape Juice Concentrate, Natural Blueberry Juice Concentrate, and Natural Flavors.
How Much Dose of Noni Juice is Ideal?
Generally when you are starting with your first day it is recommended to take 1 tsp of noni juice twice a day. The noni juice should be taken 30 minutes before breakfast and dinner. After the first two days it is said that you can between three to six tsp of noni twice a day.
How safe is Noni?
Noni has been used as organic medicine for almost 1500 years. People were using noni in the form juice, fruit and even as food to extract the medicinal value from it. Moreover, noni has no major side effects. Very few people complain of minor head ache while starting to take noni, but they get over it in the due course.
From the small research we made online, people who use noni seem to definitely recommend it.