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Agrolabs Naturally Noni 32 fl. oz.

$29.95 $19.95 Our Price

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In the lush magical islands of Polynesia the Noni fruit has been used for thousands of years. The ancient Kahuna considered it their most sacred herb and a healer for every conceivable malady and imbalance. The volcanic rich soil is an ideal environment for the Noni to grow and flourish in and imparts a special energy and vibrancy to the plants.

The ancient people of what is now known as French Polynesia, made voyages from island to island in ocean-going canoes, bringing with them sacred plants from their home islands. These plants would be their basic foods, construction materials and medicines used by the Polynesian colonizers. Perhaps the most important of these plants is known as Morinda citrifolia or Noni. Ancient manuscripts handed down from generation to generation, describe many uses for this plant.

The Noni plant is known among the people of the tropics world-wide. In Malaysia, it is known as Mengkudu . In Southeast Asia it is known as Nhau . In the islands of the South Pacific the plant is known as Nonu , in Samoa and Tonga. Nono in Raratonga and Tahiti, and Noni in the Marquesas Islands and Hawaii becoming and integral part of the Polynesian culture. An important source of food, the fruit of the Noni tree has been used for centuries as a food source. Early Polynesians recognized its pure value and consumed it in times of famine.

During World War II, soldiers based on tropic Polynesian islands were taught by the native Polynesian people to eat the noni fruit to sustain their strength. The noni fruit became a staple food choice for people of Raratonga, Samoa and Fiji who ate the noni fruit raw or cooked. Australian Aborigines were fond of the noni and consumed it raw with salt. Seeds, leaves, bark and root were also consumed by people familiar with the qualities of this unusual plant. Traditionally, every part of the Morinda Citrifolia plant is valued and used.

The Noni tree reaches heights of 15-20 feet and yields fruit year-round. The blossoms of the tree are a creamy white color. The mature noni fruit is about the size of a potato and resembles a small breadfruit. When ripe the fruit turns yellow and white.

Traditional Uses:

Polynesians picked the noni fruit before it was ripe, and place it in a jar in the direct sunlight. When fully ripe, the noni fruit was mashed into a puree and the juice was extracted through a cloth. The juice was then ready for use. People traditionally took the juice during times of rest, when the body was under the least amount of stress. Noni was also served as a food dish.

Traditional Medicinal Uses:

*Parts of the fruit are used as a tonic and to contain fever (China, Japan, Hawaii)

*The leaves, flowers, fruit, and bark can treat eye problems, skin wounds and abscesses, gum and throat problems, respiratory ailments, constipation, and fever (Pacific Islands, Hawaii)

*Used to treat stomach pains and after delivery (Marshall Islands)

*Heated leaves applied to the chest relieve coughs, nausea, and colic (Malaysia)

*Juice of the leaves is taken for arthritis (Philippines)

*Pounded, unripe fruit is mixed with salt and applied to cuts and broken bones

*Ripe fruit is used to draw out pus from an infected boil (Hawaii)

*Juices of over-ripe fruits are taken to regulate menstrual flow and ease urinary problems (Malaysia)

*The fruit can be used to make shampoo (Malaysia, Hawaii) and to treat head lice (Hawaii).

*Other exotic diseases treated with the plant include diabetes (widespread) and venereal diseases.

Supplement Facts
Serving Size 1 fluid ounce (30ml)
Amount Per Serving  % Daily Value
Total Fat
Total Carbohydrates

Polynesian Noni Extract (from Morinda Citrifolia) juice (from concentrate)
0 g
35 mg
4 g
1 g
0 g
10 mg





*Daily Value Not Established
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Other Ingredients:
 Purified Water, Natural Fruit Juice Concentrates and Xanthan Gum.

Storage: Keep this product in a cool dry place.

Contains No Added:  Free of Sugar, Starch and Sodium.  No Artificial Colors or Preservatives.

Suggested Use: For adults, take one fluid ounce daily, preferably with meals.

Warning: Do not use if tamper resistant seal is missing or broken.

Keep Out of Reach of Children.



Agrolabs Naturally Noni 32 fl. oz.

$29.95 $19.95 Our Price

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