What is the Noni Berry?

by admin on February 28, 2015



What is the noni berry?

The Noni berry has been used by the natives living in the Pacific islands of Hawaii and Polynesia for well over 2000 years and it is known as a very powerful antioxidant. The magic fruit, which was used to cure a number of illnesses by the people living on these islands, has now caught the awe of everyone in the world.

New research done on the fruit has shown it to have significant antioxidant properties that help control free radicals in the human body.

The truth about noni juice is that, it is developed by a scientific process and one cannot just extract the juice of the noni berry and drink it. The juice of this berry is highly acidic in nature and cannot be consumed in its raw form. The juice has to undergo a process of purification where the acidity is removed making it ideal for consumption by humans.

If you want to get the maximum benefits of the noni juice, then there are certain specifications to be followed while having it. You must follow directions specified on the package.

The noni berry has been known to boost immunity, helps regulate the digestive system and helps boost your mood and mental health. Regular drinking of the noni juice has also been found to improve cardiovascular and circulatory system.

Noni cancer research has bought its cancer fighting properties to the fore. The preliminary research on humans has yielded very good results and it holds hope and promise for millions of people afflicted with cancer.

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

1 R Ehlich January 3, 2011 at 5:29 pm

Noni berry is also manufactured in soaps. It is a wonderful emoilant and has anti ageing properties. Google noni berry soap!


2 Anthony Thornton March 31, 2011 at 3:55 pm

Excelleient work,your site has great pictures,i was doing some research looking for info on noni extract/berry and found your site again thanks


3 Sunderjeet March 31, 2011 at 9:40 pm

Wants details for NONI


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