Scientific Name: Morinda Citrifollia
Origin: United States
Also known as Indian Mulberry, Nunaakai, Apatot and Kumudu, the Noni fruit has long been cultivated for its medicinal properties throughout its native homes in the Pacific. And while it’s not a fruit you’d want to snack on, its powder is believed to offer many wonderful benefits. From acting as an analgesic and immune system booster to promoting healthy skin and hair, it’s no wonder so many have already added it to their diet. Plus, if that wasn’t enough, organic Noni Fruit Powder may also help with memory, cholesterol, constipation, hypertension and depression when enjoyed regularly.
Whether you blend it into your morning juice, smoothie or yogurt, or simply mix it with water to indulge in your very own noni juice, this is one herb that is sure to leave you feeling re-energized and ready to take on the day.
A strong anti-inflammatory, organic Noni Powder may help to alleviate unnecessary stress on the body’s internal systems. And together with its beneficial blend of 17 amino acids, these promote more ideal conditions for the immune system to function and thrive, thus allowing it to better ward off disease and infection.
High in phytonutrients, as well as vitamins and minerals like selenium, Organic Noni Fruit Powder has antioxidant properties that allow it to help in the battle against free radicals and other harmful foreign bodies. Beneficial in aiding the lowering of stress-related inflammation and overall blood pressure levels as well, it’s capable of producing a relaxing effect that relieves strain on the muscles and joints.
In addition to helping combat the symptoms of hypertension, organic Noni Powder’s anti-inflammatory properties may help in the reduction of LDL cholesterol. Its main value, however, is in its perceived ability to lower the risk of plaque build-up within the body. This minimizes the potential for blockage of the blood vessels due to damaging calcium or fat deposits.
A powerful partner in disease prevention, Noni Fruit Powder contains a number of beneficial compounds, such as flavonoids, vitamin E, beta-carotene, and lipoic acid. This unique blend of ingredients helps bolster cell repair, which is critical in maintaining a healthy balance in the body and throughout its many systems.
The recommended dosage of organic Noni Fruit Powder is up to 1 tablespoon per day. As with any herb, we suggest starting with less, around 1/2 teaspoon and see how your body adjusts to it.
- A favorite addition to freshly brewed green tea, it can also be added to tinctures and juices, as well.
- For a flavorful treat, we suggest mixing it with honey, lemon, and your favorite tea blend for a delicious and refreshing addition to any meal.
- For even faster intake, you can also make your own organic Noni Powder capsules by utilizing one of our easy-to-use capsule filling machines.
With a rich history that originates in the French Polynesian Islands, Noni Powder has been in use for nearly 3,000 years. Used for both culinary and medicinal applications, it is a staple in the lives of the indigenous people of the area. In the 18th century, when Captain Cook arrived on the islands, he became the first westerner to document its many perceived properties. Believed to provide balance, it is said to have more than 40 effective applications for the mind, body, and soul. And to date, nearly 150 beneficial ingredients have been identified within it. Though still relatively unknown to the general public, its popularity continues to grow as more and more people learn of its potential properties.
If stored correctly, our Noni Fruit Powder has a shelf life of up to 2 years. To maintain its freshness, it is recommended to always reseal the bag after opening it and removing as much air from the bag as possible. Store in room temperature, away from any heat source or sunlight.