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    NONI JUICE – MAIN USES, FACTS AND NEUTRACUTICALS

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    NONI JUICE – MAIN USES, FACTS AND NEUTRACUTICALS

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    NONI JUICE – MAIN USES, FACTS AND NEUTRACUTICALS

    WHAT ARE THE MAIN USES OF NONI?

    1) Analgesic

    The noni tree is also known as the "Painkiller and Headache Tree" since noni helps reduce pain and headaches. Noni is beneficial for back and neck pain, muscular and nerve pain, migraine and tension headaches. A 1990 study conducted at the Laboratory of Pharmacognosy of the University of Meets in France found noni to have a central analgesic effect. According to studies reported in the journal Planta Medica (Analgesic and Behavorial Effects of Morinda Citrifolia; pg 430-434; Oct 1990), noni has been found to be 75% as effective as morphine sulphate in relieving pain without the toxic side effects of morphine. Unlike morphine, noni is not addictive.

    2) Antibacterial, antifungal & antiparasitic agent

    With the presence of active components like anthraquinones, scopoletin and terpenes (e.g. beta-carotene and ursolic acid), noni is effective against bacteria and fungus. Researchers from the Philippines reported that a concentration of noni leaves killed 89% of Mycobacterium tuberculosis, the bacteria that causes tuberculosis. The researchers identified the active compounds in the noni plant to be plant steroids, or phytosterols. Reference: "Potential antimycobacterial agents isolated from the leaves of noni" Saludes J, et al. International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies, Honolulu (2000).

    3) Antioxidants

    The Morinda, Inc. lab tested Noni Juice for antioxidant activity, using a standard test method. They also tested samples of grape seed extract, pycnogenol, and vitamin C using the same method. Grape seed extract and pycnogenol are popular antioxidant dietary supplements. Vitamin C is well known as an antioxidant also, especially in the scientific arena. The results concluded that Noni Juice exhibited better antioxidant activity than the others did.

    4) Anti-inflammation

    Over-the-counter anti-inflammatory drugs, called non-steroidal antiinflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), such as aspirin and ibuprofen, exert their effects by suppressing a class of enzymes called cylcooxygenases (COX). Two groups of COX are of interest, COX-I and COX-II. COX-I is a constitutive enzyme, meaning that it is working all the time and is necessary for the proper maintenance of the body. COX-II is an induced enzyme, meaning it turns on when the proper signal is given. These enzymes make various prostaglandins. When you get an injury that results in swelling and causes pain, you can take aspirin, which will suppress the action of both COX-I and COX-II. This will result in some relief, but at the cost of suppressing an enzyme that you do not want to suppress, COX-I, which may cause gastric irritation in some people. Several new drugs have been developed which target COX-II more than COX-I. The reason for this is that they are safer and easier on the stomach. These are also more expensive than the more common NSAIDs. Noni Juice has also been tested to see if it can suppress the COX system. The results were that Noni Juice selectively inhibited COX-II more than COX-I.

    WHAT DOES MORINDA CITRIFOLIA STAND FOR?
    Morinda citrifolia is the scientific name of the Noni plant. Morinda citrifolia is also known as Nonu and Nono in several islands of the South Pacific.

    WHAT IS NONI?
    Noni (scientific name: morinda citrifolia) is a Polynesian plant that is believed to have arrived in Hawaii and other Pacific nations over 1500 years ago from India. Earliest reference to noni being used as a medicine date back several thousand years to India's Sanskrit writings when it was used in Ayurvedic medicine.

    According to Dr. Neil Solomon, who is considered a recognized leader in medical nutrition & nutraceuticals, noni has been reported to be safe for pregnant &/or nursing mothers. Noni can also be taken with all medications & other food supplements. It is non-addictive. NONI™ Juice has been included in the 2003 edition of the Physicians Desk Reference for Non-Prescription Drugs and Dietary Supplements to document its significant health-promoting capabilities. In 2003, the Commission of The European Communities authorized the sale of NONI™ Juice in Europe as a novel food. The announcement, issued from Brussels, Belgium, came after years of testing & research, proving the safety of the juice of the Morinda citrifolia.

    Nutraceuticals

    Over 150 nutraceuticals have been found in the noni fruit, some of those identified are : anthraquinones, beta-carotene, calcium, linoleic acid, magnesium, pectin, potassium, proline, protein, proxeronine, proxeroninease, scopoletin, beta-sitosterols, sterols, phenylalanine & tyrosine, ursolic acid, all the B vitamins & antioxidants like vitamin C, proanthocyanadins & anthocyanadins.

    How does noni work? (& why it can be good for so many conditions)

    Our bodies work by biochemical reactions. Examples include growing hair, digesting food, healing injuries, fighting infections, walking, thinking, feeling & etc. There are certain processes in our body that are primary & supportive of the entire body. Any change in these primary processes can cause dramatic changes throughout our whole body & other aspects of our life. Two of the main primary processes include the processes of synthesis & of communication. Synthesis include all the things that our bodies make, for example, proteins, connective tissues, new cells, hormones, DNA etc. Communication refers to the flow of chemically controlled information among the cells, for proper co-ordinated growth of the human body as a whole. Globular proteins are the workhorses for both synthesis (enzymes) & communication (cell wall receptors) processes. Globular proteins are long strands of amino acids connected like beads on a string. Big & wobbly, they spend only a very short time in the precise shape that does most of their intended work.
    More about proteins...
    Enzymes catalyze every biochemical reaction in the body & the cell wall receptors are responsible for much of the communication that occurs biochemically in the body. To increase the effectiveness of an enzyme or receptor, our bodies produce a small molecule called xeronine that wedges itself between the strands of protein, making it more rigid & hence spending more time in its biochemically efficient configuration. Dr. Ralph Heinicke, a research biochemist, pioneered the study of the alkaloid Xeronine..

    One of the first scientist to research noni was Dr. Ralph Heinicke.


    WHAT IS XERONINE?
    Dr. Ralph Heinicke, a research biochemist, pioneered the study of the alkaloid Xeronine. Xeronine is produced in the body (large intestine) from the building blocks proxeronine, proxeroninase and seratonin. Our bodies contain all of these blocks, but proxeronine may be in short supply.

    Under normal circumstances the liver stores proxeronine and releases it into the bloodstream every two hours. Additional amounts of proxeronine needed by the body come from the food that we eat. However soil depletion & environmental degradation have reduced the amount of xeronine building blocks in our food. Also illnesses, aging, stresses and highly active lifestyles can place an increased demand on the proteins in our body. To increase the supply of xeronine in our body, more proxeronine must be supplied through our diet. Noni contains the building blocks for xeronine, namely proxeronine and the enzymes in abundant quantity. The enzymes are needed to convert proxeronine into xeronine, which is also known as proxeronase.

    About Dr. Ralph Heinicke
    Ralph Heinicke graduated from Cornell University in 1936 with a special interest in plant physiology. After completing his studies in electrical engineering at the University of Kentucky, Lexington, he went on to receive his Ph.D. in biochemistry from the University of Minnesota. He lived in Hawaii from 1950 to 1986, doing research for the Dole Pineapple Company, the Pineapple Research Institute, and the University of Hawaii.

    WHAT TYPE OF PROBLEMS CAN BE HELPED BY NONI?
    Noni has helped a wide range of health conditions. But we should understand that noni is not directly responsible for the improvements of the body. Your body is. Noni helps the immune system work better. Since your immunological system is very intelligent, it will cure itself, using the necessary tools. What the researches of the University of Hawaii discovered was that there was a polysaccharide compound (6-D-glucopyranose pentaacetate) found in the Noni that


    INCREASED THE ABILITY OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM TO PRODUCE CHEMICALS THAT ENHANCED THE KILLING POWER OF THE WHITE BLOOD CELLS.

    White blood cells have to kill many things besides cancer cells. They have to defend us against virus, bacteria, yeast, ameba, parasites and all types of invaders. Since this Noni polysaccharide worked by increasing the overall killing power of the white blood cells, this means it will most likely enhance that same killing power against any invader. It indicates Noni is very likely an overall immune enhancing substance that may provide that little extra which gives you the winning edge when some invading organism attacks your body.

    The power of phytochemicals to promote good health and control cancer is so impressive that the University of Illinois has created a whole new department with 63 scientists and professors to specialize in phytochemical research! No one knows for certain if Noni can produce a return to good health for any specific person, but the research shows there is a scientific basis for believing that it is possible. If one experiences any type of health condition, one should certainly see a physician while one is taking noni or any other kind of herb.

    Some of the best Morinda citrifolia research was conducted at the University of Hawaii by Dr. Anne Hirazumi Kim. She demonstrated that noni fruit juice has an anti-tumor effect in mice against a human tumor cell line, Lewis lung carcinoma. She discovered that the possible mechanism for this anti-tumor effect was through the immune system. Noni fruit juice stimulated the branch of the immune system that destroyed tumor cells. She further used isolated whole human blood to determine if human immune cells would likewise be stimulated. In her laboratory experiments, the immune cells were stimulated.

    According to clinical trials conducted by Dr. Schechter, director of the Natural Healing Institute in California, Noni stimulates the production of T-cells in the immune system. T-cells play a pivotal role in fighting disease. Noni acts to enhance the immune system involving macrophages and/or lymphocytes, which are a vital part of the body's natural defenses. Noni also has been shown to combat many types of bacteria, and Noni inhibits pre cancer function and the growth of cancer tumors by allowing abnormal cells to function more normally.

    WHEN AND HOW SHOULD NONI BE HARVESTED?

    In a recent article published in the Alternative Health magazine, Dr. Harvey Kaltsas remarked, "Noni's nutritional value is best when picked ripe. This results in the highest level of polysaccharides, fatty acids, and proteins-compounds possibly responsible for the therapeutic biological activity of the fruit."

    WHEN CAN I EXPECT TO NOTICE A DIFFERENCE?
    Everyone is different. Some people will notice a difference immediately, while others will take longer to experience the benefits. This depends on the overall health situation of each individual. Everyone should take Noni products for at least 90 days. We have experienced that of our Noni customers about 25% will experience a noticeable difference in a month or less, 50% will see their health improve in the second month and 25% in the third month.


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