Noni juice is made from the fruit of the noni tree: Morinda citrifolia. It has been used by the Polynesians as an herbal medicine for at least 2,000 years.

Noni Fruit

What can Noni Juice do?

Noni juice has been used to treat infection, allergies, autoimmune diseases, cancer, arthritis, type II diabetes, migraine headaches, back pain, seizures, food allergies, acne, eczema, bronchitis, asthma, depression, sleep disorders, leaky bowl syndrome and inflammation. It can also decrease the severity of the side effects of chemotherapy and radiation; speed healing after surgery; stabilize the rhythm of the heart; normalize blood pressure and cholesterol; reduce the frequency that one has to get up at night to pee; ease the process of cleansing the body of caffeine, nicotine and morphine; and promote nerve regeneration. It can also decrease colonic inflammation; improve digestion and assimilation; increase cell regeneration; ease the pain of menopause; and treat issues related to the prostate.

How does noni juice work?

Noni juice helps our biochemical reactions, including the processes of synthesis and intercellular communication, which xeronine is responsible for. Xeronine also helps the body fine tune the activity of globular proteins. The body naturally makes xeronine, but factors such as pollution, stress and malnutrition interfere with its production. Noni juice is a much-needed supply of xeronine building blocks, proxeronine, which the body can convert to xeronine. As the body ages, it gradually produces less xeronine. Noni juice increases the capacity of the body’s organs do their jobs and the immune system functions better. Drinking noni juice is not only a good way to treat disease but to prevent it!

How is it possible that noni juice can be used to treat so many different ailments?

There are certain processes in the body that are primary and supportive of the entire body. Any change in the primary process can cause dramatic changes throughout the whole body. Noni juice increases activity among the cell wall receptors by passing information from the cells to the brain and vice versa.

Who can take noni juice?

Everyone! And it is especially good for people over 45. Not so long ago people ate a chemical-free diet that consisted of a wide variety of whole foods that were wild crafted and organically grown. Noni provides proxeronine, a vital and essential nutrient that is disappearing from our foods due to chemical agriculture. Noni juice has a very high energetic quality.

What is the right dosage?

Recommended dosage can vary widely. It depends on the purity of the noni juice. Drinking more than 15 ml of 100% noni juice can damage the kidneys. However, the noni wine available in Thailand is only 15-30% pure noni juice, so one can drink up to 100 ml a day.

How long does it take before one notices the effects of noni juice?

Those who are going to respond will do so within three months. About 25% respond to noni juice within the first three weeks and 50% by six to eight weeks.

Possible side effects

As the body cleanses itself of toxins, a person might experience nausea or diarrhea, have unusual body odor or break out in a rash. One can either do nothing and wait for this to pass or one can reduce the dosage for a while. Headache, nausea or diarrhea can occur if a person is taking prescription medications. People taking Coumadin should consult their doctor before taking noni juice.

An with Noni fruit

We sell homemade noni juice!

Our noni wine comes in 730 ml bottles and sells for 250 baht, and our pure noni juice (also 730 ml) costs 1,000 baht.

Adapted from Noni Through Your Body by Dr. Steven M. Hall