Hawaiian Freeze-dried NONI
100 % PURE
NONI AVAILABLE FROM ANY ONE ANY WHERE
NONI is a healing plant that has been in use for hundreds of years by
native Hawaiians and others who learned from them. NONI has been
acclaimed by numerous doctors for its curative powers. None is more
famous than Dr. R.M. Heinicke and his publication of "The
Parmacologically Active Ingredient of NONI." Dr Heinicke concludes this
report with"...since NONI is a potential source of this alkaloid
(Xeronine) NONI can be a valuable herbal remedy".
NONI has been used for many years by people with health problems such as Heart Trouble,Asthma, Cataracts, Colds, High Blood Pressure, Kidney Disorders, Digestive Problems,Comas,Colds, Breast Cancer, Depression,digestive,Migraine,Sleep, Stroke, Tumor,Infections, Gastric Ulcers,PMS, Prostate Cancer, Bone & Joint Problems, Cancer, Fevers, Arthritis, Menstrual Cramps, Chest Infections,Sinus, Skin Problems, Internal Disorders..and the list goes on and on: TRULY an amazing product.
There is abundant evidence that traditional Polynesian healers have used the fruit of the NONI plant for thousands of years to address a variety of illnesses, but its use as a natural adaptogen has only recently become known in the Continental United States.
Hawaiian NONI, whose scientific name is MORINDA CITRIFOLIA, is a native Polynesian Healing fruit and was probably carried worldwide by early voyagers. Although various strains of NONI are known by different names throughout Southeast Asia, Hawaiian NONI is the most highly prized and valued among Polynesians, and hence most STUDIED for it's traditional HEALING properties.
In just a few months, it seems, the medicinal claims and praises for the fruit of the NONI plant (MORINDA CITRIFOLIA) L. Rubuaceae, common known as " Indian Mulberry") have spread like wild-fire. Actually the NONI fruit was an intergral part of ancient Hawaiian folk medicine. But recently it has regained considerable popularity as an EFFECTIVE HERBAL TREATMENT in the U.S., and ALL OVER THE WORLD.
Our NONI processing starts by harvesting the HAND SELECTED, WILDCRAFTED, UNCONTAMINATED, AND UNTREATED HAWAIIAN NONI FRUIT which is grown, dehydrated, and encapsulated in Hawaii. Hand selected fruit is picked, washed and rinsed, then converted to NONI pulp after all seeds have been removed. Then the NONI FRUIT is carefully PROCESSED, using a LOW HEAT DEHYDRATION, the pulp is ground into fine powder and then encapsulated with 620mg of powder per capsule. This enables the final product to retain ALL of the VITAMINS, MINERALS and other components which give HAWAIIAN NONI its medicinal benefits. It is odorless and tasteless. It preserves all of the essential ingredients in a stable and UNDILUTED FORM. (NONI should be taken on an empty stomach. If taken on a full stomach, it will have very little beneficial action. The pepsin and acid active in a full stomach will work to destroy the enzymes which liberates the XERONINE.
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