OK, so I have to admit I know absolutely nothing about Tahitian Noni Juice. And this is more of a do-it-yourself Juicing site, rather than a place to discuss and review store bought juice and supplemental products. However, I just keep hearing about the stuff whenever doing research on different types of juice.
So finally, I went too look it up on Amazon, and sure enough they do sell it in various ways (albeit through 3rd party sellers usually). This particular Noni Juice is sold by “Dynamic Health” and is a raspberry flavored variety sold in a two-pack of 32 ounce bottles. They say it gives 12,500 mg of Noni Fruit per 1 ounce serving.
I was hoping a reader who knew more about this type of juice might chime in on the benefits and usage of this type of Tahitian juice. From reading the information given on the site, Noni Fruit comes from the Morinda Citrifolia plant originally from Tahiti and has been used by native people to promote a “healthy lifestyle.”
It is said to contain “minerals, enzymes, anti-oxidants, vitamins, phytonutrients and bioflavonoids, proxeroxine and scopoletin.” I’m always suspicious about these kind of juices, but people say it’s supposed to be benficial for everything from IBS to the common cold.
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