Island Origins Noni Juice

Island Origins Noni Juice

Island Origins Noni Juice is made with 100% Pure, Wild Harvest Fijian Noni Fruit.

Sun ripened and hand collected daily from wildly growing, Certified Organic trees, the Noni are then processed and matured to the highest standards to lock in the nutritional and health benefits of this amazing super food.

Island Origins proudly works with local producers & communities to build a sustainable and ethical Future for Fijian Noni Juice.

Nature's Healing Power

Increasing "Noni" research has confirmed what traditional healers had known for centuries: Noni is a remarkable fruit. The tropical noni fruit has fast become the most popular natural remedies available today.

With a more and more cases of cancer, diabetes, arthritis and heart disease being diagnosed along with and the increasing number of antibiotic resistant bacteria & viruses plus auto Immune health concerns, Noni has experienced an explosion in demand from people wanting to experience the many health benefits of this amazing fruit.

Island Origins Noni Juice can be used to improve the immune system, prevent growth of certain tumors, normalize the functions of cells and improve cell growth. Noni did not show any side effects as can be noticed when taking medicine.

Island Origins Noni Juice

About the Noni Plant - Morinda Citrifolia

Noni Morinda citrifolia belongs to the Rubiaceae family of plants. She has many different names. In Samoa and Tonga it is called 'Aka', in India 'Aachie', in Tahiti and Raratonga 'nono', in Fiji 'kura' and the English call it 'Indian mulberry.

The fruit, bark, leaves, flowers and seeds are known for their healing properties. The Noni plant is evergreen, the tree can be up to 7 metres high more often it is a bush with many branches. leaves are dark green shiny and up to 30 cm long. Small white flowers appear on small young noni fruit that are still hard and green.

The fruit takes about three months to mature. The mature fruit has a cream-white colour and the size can be from an egg up to a large potato. There are varieties where one fruit weighs more than one kilogram. The fruit tastes bitter and has a characteristic rancid taste when fully matured. Best fruit for harvesting are those that have the cream-white colour.

 

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