Traditional Hawaiian Noni
What is Noni Juice, (Morinda Citrafolia)? Learn About Noni Juice Facts and Benefits
Another name for this medicinal plant that the Hawaiians refer to as, Morinda Citrafolia is Indian Mulberry.
This small tree blooms multiple times a year and produces blossoms which bear a bumpy fruit that is about the size of a potato. It’s lumpy appearance give it an awkward shape, and its surface is a bit waxy. The semi-translucent skin changes color as it ripens. It changes from green to yellow, and almost white when it is quite ripe.
Hawaiian and Tahitian Natives will tell you the juice, and leaves offer healing properties, and they will also share that the fruit both smells and tastes quite rancid. Luckily the smell decreases when the fruit ferments and juice is prepared.
Living in Hawaii, we have local Noni trees, and local juice available. I tried some, and must say it is an experience I will remember. Definitely not my preference to take Noni juice without masking its flavor. Best I can describe the taste was like drinking limburger cheese that had soaked in stale beer out in the hot sun for a few weeks. But don’t let that stop you from learning more about the benefits of natural noni juice.
When the juice goes through the Fermentation process it increases both the quality and quantity of naturally occurring beneficial
microorganisms. The taste also improves during this process.
Puna Noni Juice Benefits
For centuries the use of Noni products has been found around the world for centuries due to its healing properties. This is particularly
true in Southeast Asia and South Pacific. The Polynesians also use/used the leaves from the Noni tree to address many types of health challenges.
Since the 1930s Noni juice began growing in popularity as a recognized folk remedy. It is gaining popularity as more people hear about its natural healing properties and manufacturers are finding ways to harness its gifts mask its bitter taste. Now you can find various noni supplements, in juices, pills, teas and tablets. It really is a helpful dietary supplement that supports the body’s overall health when taking a daily noni juice dosage. There are many new studies being conducted due to treatment results for cancer, diabetes, and even its antioxidative properties to reverse the
effects of aging.
One company that offers a high quality product called the Noni Connection. They use the whole fruit and process
it to ensure it contains no bacteria. Some manufactures of noni juice and products do not use a heat method, but this company does to meet FDA requirements. Some feel that heating can easily destroy the plants healing capabilities, however the NoniConnection feels
Learn about High Quality Hawaiian Noni Juice
How is Noni Juice Made?
Watch a Video How Noni Juice is made in Hawaii
The NoniConnections 100% pure Hawaiian Noni juice is made only from the fruit of the Noni plant which is grown by farmers in the volcanic enriched soil of Puna. Puna is located on the Big Island of Hawaii. Once the fruit is picked it is cleaned and placed into sterile tanks for two months to undergo an aging or fermentation process. Then the Noni fruit is cold-pressed and immediately taken to the facility where it is pasteurized and bottled. Then the Hawaii Dept of Health inspects the final product before it is sent to market or put on the shelf.
Why Should I Buy Hawaiian Noni?
It is not hard to make your own Noni juice if you live where the plant grows. And Noni juice need not be expensive like many of the Tahitian Noni Juice products on the market. The only difference in the plant is really where it grows. Many of the juices you buy on the market are blended with other substances and are not pure Noni juice at all. Click the following link to learn how to make your own Noni juice.
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