The popularity of noni juice has grown exponentially since it was first made public and it continues to be so. It could be attributed to the media support it has gotten, that is, despite the absence of medical claims of its health benefit. Or, it could have been the media hype that attracted more consumers and more product distributors. Whatever the real reason, the popularity would not have been sustained if it were not for the claims and testimonials of those who have been benefitted by this product. The product could have died its natural death if it were not for the powerful word-of-mouth from its satisfied users that have also grown exponentially.
A compilation of studies shows that noni juice is helpful in: increasing energy and stamina preventing premature-aging and other age-related body changes producing hormones strengthening bones.
It has also been found to be beneficial in the management of:
- allergic reactions
- arthritis and other bone diseases
- bladder infections
- chronic fatigue syndrome circulatory weakness, common flu and colds depression
- digestive-related and bowel movement concerns
- discomforts related to menstruation
- drug addiction
- eye inflammation
- gastric ulcers
- heart disease
- immune weakness
- kidney disease
- mouth sores
- respiratory disorders
- scratches and cuts
- skin inflammation
What is in noni juice that gives it this potency to combat this list of diseases and improve overall body condition? Noni juice has a rich supply of anti-oxidants, minerals and vitamins.
Research revealed the results of a study done on 10,000 people who used noni regularly. It showed that noni aided in the reduction of symptoms among cancer patients. Noni juice has anthraquinone damnacanthal and the trace element selenium that destroys cancer cells, beta sitosterol, noni-ppt and limonene that deters the growth and multiplication of cancer cells. The polysaccharides promotes the production of white blood cells and helps make the cell membranes bigger enabling the body to take in nutrients more effectively.
Noni juice has been proven to help smokers fight against cancer, to which they are predisposed to. “Nutrition and Cancer” published in 2009 the result of a study that an ounce of noni juice taken regularly for a month lessened the risk to cancer among 43% males and 56% females.
Noni juice has phytochemicals that aids in preventing the onset not only of cancer but also of diabetes and heart ailments, among others. The flavonoids in noni juice aids in the prevention of Alzheimer’s disease. Flavonoids acts against inflammation, allergy and hepatoxins; also as anti-tumoral, anti-ischaemic and anti-ulcerative.
When taken regularly, noni juice detoxifies the body. As the body gets rids of toxins, drinking this can initially result in unpleasant breath odor, diarrhea, gas, headaches, body pains, boils and pimples. This is simply the body’s ways of cleansing itself. It can thus also help in weight reduction.
The January 2011 issue of “Journal of Ethnopharmacology” confirms the presence of antioxidants in noni juice that protects body from harmful elements.
“Ethnobotanical Leaflets” published in 2010 that properties of noni juice act against pathogens such as E. Coli, S. aureus and C. albicans.
The less diluted noni juice is, the higher the level of its efficacy, bearing the taste and smell. And thus, the more concentrated it is, the richer it is as source of nutrients. Before purchasing noni juice, check for the bubbles, color, residue and of course, its taste and smell. The more bubbles there are when the bottle is shaken, the more concentrated it is. Color should be brown and there should be residue at the bottom; the more, the better.