NONI PRODUCTS

NONI PRODUCTS

OUR NONI OFFERINGS

Noni Puree, Noni Concentrate, Noni Whole Fruit Powder

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The Benefits of Organic Noni

ANTIOXIDANT PROTECTION—Prevents cellular damage from free oxygen radicals, promotes healthy cellular functions and supports cardiovascular health.

IMMUNITY SUPPORT—Supports your body’s natural ability to fight infections, diseases, colds and flu.

INFLAMMATION CONTROL—Supports healthy prostaglandin and histamine levels to control inflammation.

ENERGY & STAMINA—Provides nutritional support to improve digestion and absorption of nutrients to combat fatigue and improve energy and stamina.

HEALTHY DIGESTION—Promotes a healthy digestive system.

The Story of Noni

Noni (Morinda citrifolia) is believed to be among the original “canoe plants” that Hawaii’s Polynesian colonizers brought with them in their voyaging canoes. The voyagers valued the plant for its medicine and dyes.

Since the early days of the colonizers noni has become naturalized on all the main Hawaiian islands. It grows naturally where it is relatively wet to moderately wet, from sea level to about 1500 feet elevation. It can be found near the coast, in open lowlands and grasslands, in gulches, as an early colonizing plant specie in recent lava flows, in disturbed forests of the dryer areas, such as the lowland forests in which hala (Pandanus odoratissimus) and kukui nut (Aleurites moluccana) trees grow. It tolerates salinity and thrives within solution pits, or inland tide pools in which brackish water (ocean water mixed with fresh water) is found.

The Noni plant from the South Pacific islands is grown in many parts of Polynesia. The tree grows in nutrient rich, chemical free soil. The Noni plant provides a potent array; enzymes, amino acids, trace elements, minerals, vitamins, polysaccarides, co-factors, and plant sterols. Quite possibly one of the world’s best natural adaptogens, it has been used for thousands of years by the native Polynesian people as their natural food supplement and health tonic.

Ancient Polynesians treasured and protected many of nature’s gifts in the form of trees, plants, fruits and nuts as foods and sources of health-promoting vitamins and minerals. The great canoe voyagers of the Pacific often carried along seeds or seedlings of many plants as they discovered, explored and colonized hundreds of islands in the millions of square miles of the ocean. Many other beneficial plants grew wild in the islands of the Pacific.

One of the most treasured of all the trees, and its abundant fruits, was named noni (morinda citrifolia). The tree grows wild in many tropical climes, especially if the soil is nutrient-rich and if the climate allows the tree and its fruit to grow, blossom and proliferate. The tropical noni fruits grow almost continuously on the trees, allowing for several harvests per year. Natural organic mulch is produced around the base of the trees when leaves and fruits fall to the ground where they become natural fertilizers.

OUR NONI OFFERINGS

Noni Puree, Noni Concentrate, Noni Whole Fruit Powder

Bulk-Supply-Fruits_Noni

The Benefits of Organic Noni

ANTIOXIDANT PROTECTION—Prevents cellular damage from free oxygen radicals, promotes healthy cellular functions and supports cardiovascular health.

IMMUNITY SUPPORT—Supports your body’s natural ability to fight infections, diseases, colds and flu.

INFLAMMATION CONTROL—Supports healthy prostaglandin and histamine levels to control inflammation.

ENERGY & STAMINA—Provides nutritional support to improve digestion and absorption of nutrients to combat fatigue and improve energy and stamina.

HEALTHY DIGESTION—Promotes a healthy digestive system.

The Story of Noni

Noni (Morinda citrifolia) is believed to be among the original “canoe plants” that Hawaii’s Polynesian colonizers brought with them in their voyaging canoes. The voyagers valued the plant for its medicine and dyes.

Since the early days of the colonizers noni has become naturalized on all the main Hawaiian islands. It grows naturally where it is relatively wet to moderately wet, from sea level to about 1500 feet elevation. It can be found near the coast, in open lowlands and grasslands, in gulches, as an early colonizing plant specie in recent lava flows, in disturbed forests of the dryer areas, such as the lowland forests in which hala (Pandanus odoratissimus) and kukui nut (Aleurites moluccana) trees grow. It tolerates salinity and thrives within solution pits, or inland tide pools in which brackish water (ocean water mixed with fresh water) is found.

The Noni plant from the South Pacific islands is grown in many parts of Polynesia. The tree grows in nutrient rich, chemical free soil. The Noni plant provides a potent array; enzymes, amino acids, trace elements, minerals, vitamins, polysaccarides, co-factors, and plant sterols. Quite possibly one of the world’s best natural adaptogens, it has been used for thousands of years by the native Polynesian people as their natural food supplement and health tonic.

Ancient Polynesians treasured and protected many of nature’s gifts in the form of trees, plants, fruits and nuts as foods and sources of health-promoting vitamins and minerals. The great canoe voyagers of the Pacific often carried along seeds or seedlings of many plants as they discovered, explored and colonized hundreds of islands in the millions of square miles of the ocean. Many other beneficial plants grew wild in the islands of the Pacific.

One of the most treasured of all the trees, and its abundant fruits, was named noni (morinda citrifolia). The tree grows wild in many tropical climes, especially if the soil is nutrient-rich and if the climate allows the tree and its fruit to grow, blossom and proliferate. The tropical noni fruits grow almost continuously on the trees, allowing for several harvests per year. Natural organic mulch is produced around the base of the trees when leaves and fruits fall to the ground where they become natural fertilizers.

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