Our organic noni powder is made from sun-dried, whole noni fruit. In addition to noni powder, the plant is sometimes made into noni juice, noni extract, and noni tea. Try mixing 1 tbsp of organic noni powder daily into smoothies, yogurt, juices, or nut milks. You can also add water to organic noni powder to make noni juice. Many ingest noni on an empty stomach to maximize health benefits.
Organic noni powder is loaded with antioxidants, polysaccarides, amino acids, vitamins, and minerals. All natural, with no additives. Use noni powder to make noni juice, or mix it with other beverages.
(Thank you to Dr AX for the information)
Noni Juice Benefits
1. Packs an Amazing Antioxidant Punch
You’ve probably heard alot about antioxidants. Foods that contain antioxidants are great because they may help prevent disease-causing cell damage. More common antioxidants are anthocyanins, beta-carotene, catechins, coenzyme Q10, flavonoids, lipoic acid, lutein, lycopene, selenium, and vitamins C and E, which can be found in many foods and as dietary supplements.
Noni and grapeseed oil are among two sources where you can find many of these antioxidants. Antioxidants help reduce damage caused to cells due to oxidative stress. This oxidative stress can come from free radicals, which are highly unstable molecules, and naturally form when the body converts food into energy, such as when you exercise. Researchers believe that oxidative stress affects many diseases, such as cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, cataracts and age-related macular degeneration.
2. Fights Pain Associated with Tumors
The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health reports that noni, ginkgo biloba, isoflavones, pomegranate, and grapeseed extract may be cancer-fighting foods. In particular, the anticancer properties of anthraquinones make noni the superfruit of interest.
The anthraquinones, which are naturally occurring phenolic compounds, have been found to possibly prevent glucose from entering tumor cells, preventing metastasis, ultimately leading to cell death. This, in turn, is helpful in slowing the growth of cancer cells.
A study reported by Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine shared that some products on the shelf that contain noni may lack anthraquinones due to processing and that the anthraquinones are most commonly found in the seeds and leaves. Regardless, it’s important to note that studies are still being conducted regarding anthraquinones and their effects on the body. Though research suggests that these compounds may help reduce pain and fatigue associated with cancer, it does not seem to reduce tumor size.
3. Combats Inflammation and Boosts Immunity
Research published in the Journal of Natural Products shows that a “new fatty acid, a new ascorbic acid derivative, and a new iridoid glycoside, a metabolite important for metabolism” were studied along with 13 compounds found in fermented noni fruit juice. The study showed detoxification benefits due to the enzymes known as quinone reductase. This suggests great anti-inflammatory traits, making noni juice a strong anti-inflammatory food.
For example, these traits can help reduce the effects of arthritis. By adding noni juice into your diet, you may be able to provide the body with much-needed nutrients that can reduce and even help eliminate inflammation found in the body. Additionally, the amino acids found in noni can help boost the immune system. Noni contains 17 amino acids, but the serine, arginine and methionine found in noni are particularly useful in keeping the body strong. It can even help with fitness and athletics.
4. Helps Reduce Cholesterol
A study was conducted of cigarette smokers, which as we know are at particularly high risk for over the top cholesterol levels. The study, which was reported in the Scientific World Journal, gave noni juice to heavy smokers daily for 30 days. The findings revealed much lower cholesterol levels and triglycerides after consuming noni and, therefore, less inflammation in the body.
It’s no secret that cigarette smokers cause a great deal of cell damage within their bodies. In fact, it’s reported that cigarette smoking is a major cause of cardiovascular disease and the reason for one in three deaths related to cardiovascular disease. It raises triglycerides, lowers the “good” HDL cholesterol, causes blood clots — which are known to block blood flow to the heart and brain — and can cause an increase in the buildup of plaque within the body, specifically fat, cholesterol and calcium in the blood vessels. Noni can help reduce cholesterol levels, but of course, quitting smoking altogether is the best course of action.
5. Provides Cellular Repair
Noni may be perfect for cellular repair. It contains colorless alkaloids, and alkaloids are critical in maintaining a healthy balance in the body. Studies show that the body actually produces an alkaloid called xeronine, which activates enzymes.
According to Dr. Ralph Heinicke, a biochemist, xeronine is a must-have for our bodies. Where it gets tricky is that as soon as xeronine is found in the body, the protein in our bodies consumes it right away, leaving us with little, if any, for cellular repair needs.
How does the noni fruit fit into all of this? Noni contains only small amounts of xeronine, but the juice contains proxeronine. Proxeronine is a special colloid that prompts the release of xeronine in the intestinal tract once it comes in contact with a specific enzyme that’s found in noni juice. This can significantly enhance cellular function.
6. Prevents Parasitic Disease
Noni juice just may help prevent parasitic disease. Leishmaniasis is a parasitic disease typically found in tropical areas and southern Europe from sand flies, which are much smaller than the average mosquito we know today. This has become more important due to drug resistance and some complications caused by possible combined HIV infection. Noni has a rich chemical composition the has been shown to fight the parasites with the phenolic and aromatic compounds it contains, making it a possible treatment against leishmaniasis.