What is Noni?

The noni plant, native to Asia, Australia, and the islands of Polynesia, is a small, shrubby tree. The plant’s white flowers are tubular. The fruit is yellow-greenish-white in color and large, with a pebbled surface. The ripe fruit has a characteristic cheese-like, bad odor.

Noni in a Nutshell

Noni is an ‘Adaptogen’

There are only 12 known adaptogens, and Noni is the ‘premiere’ among them. It maintains the balancing effect on all body systems.

Noni is ‘Alkaline’

Acidity in the body invites diseases. Noni promotes alkaline body chemistry which is the most ideal state for good health.

Noni is ‘Anti-oxidant’

Anti-oxidants neutralise ‘free radicals’. Free radicals damage DNA molecules and lead to cancer.

Noni is ‘Anti Analgesic, Anti inflammatory, Anti Allergic’

Noni not only reduces pain and inflammation but also protects stomach, kidney and liver cells unlike other pain killers.

Noni has low ‘Glycemic Index’

A fantastic ratio of 3:1 of Carbohydrates to fibre helps Noni balance blood sugar levels.

Noni is a ‘Humectant’

it helps body tissues retain moisture.

What is it used for?

Traditional/Ethnobotanical uses

Polynesian healers have used noni fruits for thousands of years to help treat a variety of health problems such as diabetes, high blood pressure, aches, pains, burns, arthritis, inflammation, tumors, the effects of aging, and parasitic, viral, and bacterial infections. Ancient healing manuscripts cite the fruit as a primary ingredient in natural healing formulations.

General uses

Noni has traditionally been used for colds, flu, diabetes, anxiety, and high blood pressure, as well as for depression and anxiety. All plant parts are used for a variety of illnesses in Samoan culture, and noni is one of the most frequently used Hawaiian plant medicines. Claims that have not been proven in clinical trials include: the use of bark for the treatment of bacterial infections, cough, diarrhea in infants, and stomach ailments; the flowers for sore or irritated eyes, styes, conjunctivitis, ocular inflammation, and coughs; the fruit for asthma, wounds, broken bones, mouth and throat infections, tuberculosis, worms, diarrhea, fever, vomiting, eye ailments, arthritis, depression, seizures, bacterial and fungal infections, viruses, and as a tonic; the fresh fruit juice for cancer; the dried leaves used externally for infections, burns, children’s chest colds, and inflammation, and internally for boils, pleurisy, inflamed gums, and arthritic pain; the fresh leaves used externally for burns and internally for fevers, hemorrhage, bacterial infections, and inflammation; and the roots for oral ulcerations, fevers, and cancerous swellings.

As Food Supplement

Noni is being used in the world for managing

  • Cancer
  • Diabetes
  • Immune Weakness
  • Arthritis
  • Pains
  • Obesity
  • Blood Pressure (H/L)
  • Asthma
  • Inflammation
  • Headache
  • Cholesterol
  • Joint Pain
  • Infection
  • Kidney Disease
  • Menstrual Problem
  • Allergies
  • Bowel Disorders
  • Burns & Cuts
Why is it so Special?

Noni contains more than 160 isolated nutraceuticals which are all a real gift to mankind. The most important among them are:

1. Proxeronine:

It produces Xeronine which is highly required by certain types of body proteins in our body to enhance regeneration of cells and maintain hormonal balance.

2. Scopoletin:

This has anti-inflammatory, anti-histamine, anti bacterial, and anti-fungal properties. This helps lower blood pressure and binds to Serotonin and helps regulate sleep, hunger and temperature.

3. Anthraquinone:

It fights against bacteria such as Staphylococcus, aureus, E. coli and Salmonella.

4. Damnacanthal:

It resists the growth of precancerous cells.

5. Terpene:

It promotes the rejuvenation of cells and helps to expel toxins from our body.

6. Phytonutrient and Selenium:

They provide powerful anti-oxidant protection against free radicals.

7. Abundant in soluble and insoluble fibre:

Soluble fibre helps to purify blood, decrease cholesterol and balance the blood sugar and insoluble fibre promotes colon health.

8. Amino Acids:

Noni contains more than 20 known amino acids which include, the nine essential amino acids which are the basic building block of protein. Our body cannot produce essential amino acids and hence we depend on the diet for their requirement. It is also rich in fatty acids which helps to maintain the skin, nerve cells, heart tissue and blood vessels.

They help to maintain the cell membranes, thereby promoting better nutrient – toxin exchange.

It’s effect on the Systems of our body

Immune System

Noni supports the immune system, which strengthens the body’s natural ability to fight diseases and infections.

Circulatory system

Noni is a superior antioxidant that helps your body rid itself off harmful free radicals and may increase your energy level.

Digestive system

Noni supports proper digestion, which means you absorb more nutrients at the cellular level.

Metabolic system

Noni boosts the metabolic system, which helps you enjoy increased energy and vitality.

Other Benefits

Because Noni is good for so many systems of the body, it gives your hair a healthy shine and lets your skin glow.

Other benefits include longer mental clarity, increased attention span and greater physical performance levels.

Is Noni Working?

Noni starts working from the very first dose. There are no side effects of using Noni. Noni is a concentrate and it has to be diluted with water before use. Noni is a powerful detoxifixer. It cleanses the toxic residues on our cells membrance. Based on the body condition for some people, it works instantly and for some people, it may take some time to see any notable positive changes. It is necessary to drink clean water while you use Noni. If you fail to take enough water, you may experience a loose or soft motion, slight heaviness in the head or a mild headache.These are symptoms to tell you that Noni is working and it is eliminating the toxins from the body. You can understand how Noni Works in the body.