THE ULTIMATE DIGESTIVE BITTER: The Noni fruit is known as “The Cheese Fruit” due to its bitter taste. This strong-smelling fruit has been eaten as a staple food among some cultures during times of famine. Noni fruit grows in the South Pacific Islands and has been the most treasured of all trees by the native Polynesians for thousands of years for its health giving properties. Noni One is a combination of both sodium-rich fruit located near the ocean and mineral-rich fruit found in the volcanic uplands, enabling our product to provide a more varietal blend of natural nutrients.
POTENT & FULL-BODIED TASTE: Our Noni One is a liquid super concentrate made from a blend of aged Noni juice and Noni pulp powder. Handpicked, sliced and layered in large wooden vats, the fruit is then left to age for several weeks using traditional methods. This process produces a very potent, bitter, strong and therapeutic juice. 30,000 mg Morinda citrifolia liquid super concentrate per serving.
POWERFUL HEALTH BENEFITS: Noni fruit contains over 160 beneficial compounds and antioxidant properties, including a potent array of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, phytonutrients and phenolic compounds. Noni’s constituents support healthy detoxification, metabolism and blood pressure and has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. The Noni tree is also known as the “Headache Tree” and has been traditionally used as a natural analgesic to help relieve pain. Noni fruit pulp powder provides a great source of fiber and Vitamin C, both beneficial in maintaining optimum gastrointestinal health, immune function and have been found helpful for regulating cholesterol and blood sugar levels. As a dietary supplement, take 1 fl oz on an empty stomach one or more times per day or as directed by your healthcare provider. Noni One can be taken with other supplements to increase bioavailability. Can also be used topically. NOTE: Noni is not recommended to be taken with prescription drugs nor by those on potassium restriction.
flash pasteurized for long shelf life