Noni

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The Noni plant blossoms in virgin lands, generally near the sea; it transforms into a tree and grows up to 10 to 20 feet high. It gives fruit the whole year round, and the flower is white. The fruit has approximately 8 cm in diameter, from yellow to white; the pulp is brown and dense.

Health Benefits of Noni

– Immune booster: Noni is considered one of the most nutritious fruits. Many of its nutrients are known to stimulate the immune system.

– Digestive Stimulant: Noni juice has traditionally been used as a laxative.

– Anti-oxidants: Research has shown that Noni juice exhibits better antioxidant activity than grape seed extract and pycnogenol.

– Analgesic: The Noni tree is also knows as the ‘Painkiller and Headache tree’. Noni has been found to be 75% as effective as morphine sulphate in relieving pain without the toxic side effects.

– Antibacterial, antifungal and antiparasitic: With the presence of active compounds like anthraquinones, scopoletin and terpenes, Noni is effective against bacteria and fungus.

– Anti-inflammatory: Noni juice has shown similar results to the newer over-the-counter anti-inflammatory drugs, called non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).

– Anti-tumor/ anti-cancerous: Noni juice contains noni-ppt, which has shown anti-tumor activity.

http://www.naturalfoodbenefits.com/display.asp?CAT=1&ID=26

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One thought on “Noni

    Ed Hogenson said:
    August 7, 2012 at 1:33 pm

    The great thing about grape seed extract is that it can also act as a natural anti-microbial. *.*`.

    Kind regards http://healthmedicinelab.com/natural-antibiotics/

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