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I work at a health food store and many people come in for the high antioxidants found in noni juice. One woman has a story of a very aggressive cancer. She started to take noni juice and the cancer is not gone, but has completely stopped spreading. Just wanted to let you know that some people have positive results. Medical doctors do not always report the truth about a product. just what i have heard about noni juice. Thanks...

Posted by Myra on May 2, 2006 7:27 AM

Hello I found your blog and wanted to add my 2 cents to your claims of noni juice. I started drinking noni juice in Feb of 2004. I have tried many different types on noni and the only one that I enjoy drinking and have had good results is from Tahitian Noni juice.

One thing that it did for me was that it helped to lessen my eczema. I have a very bad case of this and when I do not drink TNJ I have breakouts. When I drink the juice my skin is clear and beautiful.

Tahitian Noni juice is very real yes I am part of TNI and yes I do share the juice to everyone that I meet. I believe that there are things that we know nothing about and it will help you where you need help within your body.

This is not a cure and anyone that says that this is a cure needs to have their ID number taken from them. This is a company that has a wonderful product that will be around for a very very long time. This is something that everyone can benefit from by drinking the juice or using the other products.

I view this as one of the best business moves and personal health moves that I have ever made in my life and I will continue to share with people that will listen to me all of my passion about this product and company.

Posted by Wanda on June 22, 2006 9:32 PM

I agree with Caryn, God heals all our diseases. You can only get incurable people not diseases. The medical people dont want us to know or believe this trueth. I have never used Noni juice but I have used other natural remedies which were attacked by phamacitical companies but they worked for me without side effects. The key to everything is balance. Too much water or too little water is bad for us. So I believe that too much Noni juice is bad for us, but if drunk modarate it is good for us. It take long to destroy any part of our body with wrong food or pollution,it will take long to restore or heal. There is no magic drug or herb.

Posted by Mandlenkosi Myanga on June 29, 2006 2:48 AM

The fact is not only humans, but animals also do profit from the noni juice. IT CAN NOT BE PLACEBO.
By the way the scientific validation for Noni juice is very strong.Do you want to have the websites?
Tahitian Noni Juice (I can speak only for Tahitian noni juice) is not at all hepatotoxic.To the contrary it protects the liver. Do you want to read more about it?
I know about those two studies mentioned in the journal of Gastroenterology. Is the noni juice really behind it? OR?
By the way Tahitian Noni Juice was approved by the EU. IT IS 100% SAFE.
If you want to know more about this Juice please answer to my comment.
I believe that the nature heals (NATURA SANA). We have to give our body the chance to heal itself. Tahitian Noni Juice has more than 150 Nutraceuticals, which work in synergy at cellular level. This is the good news.
Thanks

Posted by Dr. Dawit Mengistu on October 1, 2006 10:03 AM

I'm really glad it has worked for some of you. If there is any unbiased, solid research out there to back the claims of those who are selling it, I do want to read it so please e-mail it to me or post it here.

The problem is that many companies put out "studies" they have paid for themselves. Drug companies do the same thing. You really have to dig to find the money trail sometimes, though.

Posted by Tracy on October 1, 2006 11:15 AM

I have severe muscle and joint pain and am tired of taking prescription medication. Salesperson at GNC suggested Noni juice. He said his Uncle who is a construction worker had the same problems and it helped him tremendously. Someone please respond.

Posted by Kim on October 1, 2006 2:54 PM

Concerning some of the research done please refer to www.noniresearch.com

Tahitian Noni Juice is 100% natural product. I advice Kim to try it. Make your own experience. It is your body that does the healing.Give it a chance by providing the nutrients it needs.
I will be more than happy to answer further questions.

Posted by Dr. Dawit Mengistu on October 3, 2006 1:58 AM

I have been taking Noni for a week now and I have been nauseated for most of that time.

Posted by Steven McConaughy on October 11, 2006 9:31 AM

I am an avid believer and user of Tahitian Noni juice, and have gotten great results with it, along with many others. My comment is that the juice 'works'. Thousands claim to have had good results, worldwide. I think one of the things that 'sold me' was that it is listed in the Physicians Desk Reference as having NO known side effects. If after 10 years that this product has been used and the PDR doesn't list side effects, that that's powerful. AND, the Discovery Channel (health program)also did a week long program on Tahitian Noni Juice: I can't imagine they would do that if this product didn't work! We are backed by dozens of doctors and scientists that claim that Noni does rebuild your immune system through the cells, and it is loaded with anti-oxidants. To my knowledge, its the only 'noni' that has been declared safe for babies and lactating mothers.

Btw, Steven, your body was probably full of toxins, and you started detoxing after starting on the juice.

Just my two cents!

Posted by Judy on October 14, 2006 8:02 AM

please any good testimonies i would like to read about them because my mum has cancer and has started noni juice!!!any success stories?

Posted by josephine dimech on October 30, 2006 10:56 AM

Concerning testimonials please visit the following website:
www.nonihealthinfo.com
As I have mentioned it above it is the body that does the healing. Just give it a chance.

Posted by Dr. Dawit Mengistu on November 2, 2006 5:16 AM

First of all this "nona juice" reminds me of the old movies about vendors in wagons selling liquid healing medicines. But anyway, the one thing that concerned me is when a comment was made it was as healthy as grapefruit juice. Please be advised if you are taking meds and drink grapefruit juice, it does not process properly. My husband was taking a lot of meds and started eating grapefruits to lose weight - he died about a month later - the cause of death was toxic coctail of meds - as the meds could not do their work - it built up in his body. The doctor told me grapefruit was forbidden when taking lots of meds especially pain killers..

Posted by Brenda Elkins on November 7, 2006 7:26 PM

I've been reading a lot of the posts. I am a former pharma sales rep and have been drinking Tahitian Noni Juice with my girlfriend for about a year now. I suffer from eczema and my girlfriend just recieved her last surgery for her breast cancer. The juice has kept my skin clear, and has dramatically reduced the frequency of radiation attacks my girl was experiencing.

I was a little skeptical but I am not mad at what works. I was also showed a copy of the PDR in which noni is listed. It is said to have no side effects and can be taken with concurrently with any meds. (which my girl will attest to first hand).

In the end I think its far better to drink fruit juice if it works and claims to have no side effects then to subscribe to these drugs being pushed on us by these pharma companies. Researcy what a "black box" warning is. A lot of major drugs have these, and I'm sure it won't be something you will get as excited about.

Regards

ZM

Posted by ZM Wright on November 16, 2006 9:40 AM

Tahitian Noni Juice has done wonders. I've yet to take it myself, but everyone that I know who has taken it has said nothing but good things about it. My mother for example suffers from high blood pressure, but when she drinks the juice, she feels so much more better. An acquaintance of mine drinks it and he no longer has the health problems he had before. I know a woman who was once in a wheelchair and she no longer needs the wheelchair. Now I don't know if noni is doing this, or if its just some big coincidence. But because its listed in the PDR as having no side effects, I would say its definately worth a try. I plan to start drinking noni myself. I mean I'm a pretty healthy individual, but using noni as a dietary supplement can only help me in the long run anyway.

www.tni.com/2382072

Posted by Claire Desir on November 20, 2006 9:11 PM

My husband and I have both had wonderful results drinking Tahitian Noni Juice. My husband has severe degeneration of his back with a herniation of L5-S1. He has worked almost 30 years in construction. He used to throw his back out just by lifting his leg to tie his shoe and be off work for months. He has been drinking 2-4 oz/day for about 8 months and hasn't had an episode since. He has more range of motion and less pain.
I had tendinitis in my shoulder and hip for years. (A constant aching pain.) I drank 2 oz/day and the pain in my shoulder and hip was gone after 3 weeks.
I was like many of you and was very skeptical that a juice could benefit so many ailments. But after the results that we have had, I am truly convinced of the positive benefits Tahitian noni juice has to offer.
As for the placebo, I have customers telling me the things that have improved in their body (i.e. sleeping better, better bowel habits, more energy, neck pain gone, cholesterol down, cramping toe pain gone, hip pain gone, weight loss etc). These are things that I have never even mentioned to them as possible benefits from drinking TNJ, they notice them, themselves.
I'm a true believer and so is my family.
I will say: It can't hurt you, it will most likely help you and it may even change your life. You'll never know unless you give it a try. What have you got to lose? There's a 30 day money back guarantee.

Warmly,
Colleen Stelmach
http:/www.NoniHealthy.com

Posted by Colleen Stelmach on November 24, 2006 8:04 PM

I've never tried Noni but am interested. Mainly because I tried a bottle of Frut Vida. It helped me alot but I would like to try Noni since it is available in stores. A family friend who's in her 80's has used Noni as well as other supplements for years and she can run circles around me.

Posted by KB on December 3, 2006 1:23 PM

There are many reasons for choosing Tahitian Noni Juice. I advice you to try it. If you want to know the reasons, please keep in touch.

Posted by Dr. Dawit Mengistu on December 4, 2006 2:30 PM

I have just ordered my first bottles of noni juice. I am 53 and feel constantly tired, have several problems including large ovarian cyst which I've known about for one year - tests suggest it is non malignant. Am on waiting list for surgery but feel so tired that I think surgery would take too much out of me. I also have high cholesterol and experience palpitations on a regular basis but am not on any medication. I am going to test the juice to see will it have any beneficial effect and will report my findings to this page.

Posted by Kathy on December 8, 2006 1:10 PM

I can only comment on what I know to be a fact, and that is that I have had bell's palsy for over a year now and the doctors say that the twisting in my face may be permanent. I am stiff and it's very hard for me to get out of bed in the mornings. I started using the noni juice about one month ago and have noticed that my body is not so stiff and I can get out of the bed in the mornings without nearly screaming and my face is untwisting... all I can say is that the noni has given me a sense of well being and I feel great since I've been taking it...

Just thought I'd share that bit of information.

Posted by Carl on December 18, 2006 6:07 AM

I found was told about Noni juice about 6 months ago. I started taking it becase I was having several reacurances of the shingles. They are very painful and can make you very sick. Since I have been taking the noni juice I have not any breakout of shingles. Call it what you want, but I could not get anything, (including all of the treatments from the Doctor),to work and this is the longest time I have been free from this problem so, if it works and it is not harmful use it. It sure has a lot less side affects than the medicines that the Doctor gives you for this problem I also know that for a fact.

Posted by Tammy on January 28, 2007 2:06 PM

I have bad acne. Does this work for Acne Problem? Please help.

Posted by Ripal on February 12, 2007 7:22 AM

i have a noni tree here in the tropics. they grow vigorously with little water, but can also thrive in rainy climates. the tree gives great shade as the leaves are large. once i used the ripe fruit as a poltice on a infected cut on my foot and the infection went away. i read that the ripe fruit will kill heart worms in dogs if you mix it in their food. also some believe the real benifits come when you take a break from drinking the juice. there are many uses of the noni tree, and it fruits year round. i drink the juice from the fruits after they have sat in a jar for weeks. i think i am healthier, but have no scientific proof.

Posted by dave on February 19, 2007 11:49 PM

MY WIFE AND I START DRINKING TAHITIAN NONI JUICE THREE MONTHS AGO. MY WIFE WAS TAKING ALOT OF SLEEPING PILS NOW SINCE SHE IS DRINKING NONI JUICE SHE IS SLEEPING BETTER. FOR MY SELF I HAVE MORE ENERGIE SLEEPING GOOD AND MY REGULATORY IS BETTER.

Posted by DANOVAN on March 4, 2007 7:12 AM

deverdad q me sorprende q tanta gente trate de decir q el jugo es malo cuando solo a traido buenos resultados para toda mi familia

Posted by Puerto Rico on March 9, 2007 5:57 PM

I had gone to the emergency room one night for severe abdominal pain and nearly fainting (I have a sneaking suspicion I was anemic, as I had started my period only hours before... and I always have horrendous periods). One of the doctors suggested I try Noni juice and the next day I started taking it. The next night, I went back to the emergency room for the same pain plus overwhelming pressure in my head (brought on by dizziness again), and the doctor told me that when I had come in two nights before, my blood was severely infected. Two nights later, the infection was gone. Make of it what you will, and keep in mind that I believe in no way that my abdominal pain was caused by consuming Noni the second time around.

Posted by Anon. on March 28, 2007 10:24 PM

Another good website with a wealth of noni related articles and information, and investigative reporting, is http://noni.worldwidewarning.net.

I had a particular interest in the coverage on the new Hiro and TaHiro soft drinks made by the same company.

Posted by Mister P. on May 26, 2007 12:27 PM

When i was contacted by a friend about Tahitian Noni Juice i was very skeptical so after some time i decided to try it. Well with all due respect to Dr. Weil and Brenda Elkins they must never have tried it because it worked for me. After only three days it completely got rid of my acid reflux, and i was taking a large bottle of tums or rolaids every two weeks, somtimes in one week if it was at its worst. My wifes Dr. proscribed medication for high blood pressure but as we read the side effects we decided they were worse than the high pressure. We tried the noni juice and after three weeks she went back to her doctor and her pressure was normal. My wife also had cronic alergies for years, taking OTC meds and priscription meds for it. On the worst days she cant even leave the house. She has not taken a single allergy pill in three months since drinking the juice. Not to mention my lower back pain, stiffness in my joints is gone. I also sleep better and have better digestion. So i don`t care what anyone says its worked for me and my family Needless to say i became a Tahitian Noni International distributer and not only has it worked for me but all of my costomers have given similar reports of great health improvments. I am so confident in this product that somtimes when i see somone is skeptical i will actually give them a bottle with the stipulation that if it benifits you pay me, but if it does nothing for you then don`t pay me. Everyone who took this challenge called me whithin three weeks and said you were right and i have your money for you. Everywhere you go you are going to have skeptics, naysayers, and haters,I say to you instead of drinking that hater-ade, just try some noni juice and give it a chance. I love you all in the mighty name of our Lord and Savior Jesus who is the Christ. Rev. James P. Allen III

Posted by Rev. James P allen III on June 6, 2007 11:15 AM

I really hate the taste of noni. I just started drinking it so I am not sure it has done any good or not. I will keep you posted.

Posted by Julian on June 14, 2007 4:57 PM

I find it interesting that you say, "You have to wade through those sites to get to the real info. I managed to find some real information buried among the hype."

Really, what you posted after saying that isn't necessarily "real info", but simply pretty much opinions that are biased towards the point you want to make.

Posted by Scott on July 6, 2007 12:06 PM

If you guys want a "wonder drink" try kombucha.. (kom-boo-kah) this stuff is awesome..

Posted by Mary Claire on July 21, 2007 2:32 PM

For the many who specify "Tahitian" Noni specifically: How does the Tahitian fruit differ from that grown in Hawaii, or anywhere else in the Tropics? Specifically, what is the thing that makes it better?

Posted by Alan on August 23, 2007 5:48 PM

For all you skeptics out there, let me say this. I'm 31 years old. I ran track and field and played basketball all through high school. Into my twenties I stopped excercising because of pure laziness. Started eating fried chicken, burgers and fast food on a regular basis, and my health started to decline. Fluid started to form on my knee. The Doctor would give me ibuprofin and the swelling would reduce, but I would need the ibuprofin again. I blew up to 250 from 165 in high school. I've been drinking Tahitian Noni Juice for 4 months now and I don't have any fluid on my knee. I have also lost 20 pounds. I feel more energetic and have lost the urge to eat fast food and fried foods. I can honestly say this is not a placebo. The juice works!

Posted by Mario on September 5, 2007 9:58 AM

I started taking Noni juice on Thursday Dec. 20th, 2007 because someone told me to try it out for uterine fibroids. However, I started by taking 1/2 a cup each day. By Sat. I had loose bowels so bad that I couldn't go to work. I started reading about the product and realized that I started by taking too much. Anyway, I have since cut down on my intake and I must say that I feel great. I had a little trouble sleeping at nights, but realized since then, I have no trouble sleeping. The fatigue that I felt during the day cause I work from 3 pm to 1130 pm , is gone. I get up early too to start my day. I'm still trying to get used to the taste though. I've been reading alot about the product but so far I have not read anything about it's effects on uterine fibroids. is there anyone with a testimonial on this thing?

Posted by newnoniuser on December 26, 2007 4:36 PM

I have been drinking noni for a year and half. I have more energy than ever. It has helped my asthma greatly. If I start wheezing all I need to do is take tablespoon of noni. It has helped my arthritis and my joint pain also. Mary

Posted by Mary on January 13, 2008 12:29 PM

It is obvious that spammers are putting some of these "testimonials" , so if anyone has any VALID scientific data, then please PROVIDE it, by VALID I mean that it comes from an independent, not sponsored study, and is not just the marketing materials being spread around by the company and the MLM participants. I think a better cure would be a smack accross the face for some of these foolish people.

Posted by Bobby S. on February 7, 2008 2:26 PM

I had gall bladder removal surgery several years ago and have had digestive problems since then. Drinking Noni has helped my digestive system process my food so that I'm not running to the bathroom after each meal and as a bonus, I have so much energy. I was a skeptic but I heard so many people talk about how great it was and since there weren't any side effects, why not try it. I did and I can tell you it works for me.

Posted by Dee on April 5, 2008 3:01 PM

There are now 12 published human clinical trials for Tahitian Noni Juice and many more on the way, all of which have substantiated what drinkers of this "Gift of God" have been trying to say for years. It is also in the PDR as listed with no toxicity, no side effects, and no drug contraindications. To look up the research that has been done on Tahitian Noni Juice, go to www.noniresearch.org Anyone who cannot get past their own prejudice and axe to grind needs to get a life and stop trying to be a contrarian just to hear yourself be contrary. Science backs this, tradition millennia old backs it, and millions of people back it. It is no longer on trial. This stuff is simply amazing and a blessing and coming to a refrigerator near you!

www.tni.com/synergizer

Posted by Jeremiah on April 16, 2008 11:16 PM

When I first took noni juice I noticed a real increased in energy; so noni cannot be all bull. There's definitely something about it that works.

George
http://www.acai.vg

Posted by Health Freak on May 8, 2008 2:05 PM

I began taking Noni two years ago not knowing what the benefits are and it just so happened that it was two weeks before my next menstral cycle & when it came, my cramps were reduced 70%. I was used to taking 4-6 ibuprofin a day during that week of the month, then I realized the only thing that was differant this time was I had been taking the Noni for two weeks at 2oz. a day. Since then I make sure I take it a week before that week of each month to have it in my system long enough to keep the hormones in balance to for assured reduction of cramps. It is an increase of the female hormone named prostoglandins that is responsible for creating womens monthly cramps and the Noni somehow keeps this hormone from raising to high levels during this time. It's a dream come true for any female that experiences monthly cramps!!

Posted by Penny on July 21, 2008 8:23 PM

I have some experience with Noni I would like to share. I have taken Noni on 2 different occasions, and I got sick both times to my stomach, got hives all over my face and had breathing problems. I tried it the first time because everyone was saying how great it was. I got sick and of course those people who were giving me the hype on noni said it was just coinsidence, so I tried it the second time and had the same results. I tried it for several days both times and got sicker as long as i was taking it. The adverse effects went away quickly after I quit taking it.
Then I had a family member give Noni to my child without my knowing. My child has asthma and it aggrivated my child's asthma. After 2 days of low peak flows and of course no more Noni his peak flow came right back up to normal.

So I would advise from my experiences to stay away from this poisonous snake oil. People read between the lines the evidence is there. If it sounds too good to be true it is. If you are going to the sites that sell this (my opinion) crap then be prepared to be fooled. They are not going to tell you the bad stuff this noni will do to you, they want to sell it. And of course these same sales people will come to these comment sites and leave their blarney, they want to sell the junk. However, they can't medically prove any benefits and will hide the bad side effects people are having from this snake oil.
So people please research heavily into this noni. And do not give this noni to anyones child without their parents consent. I would highly suggest not even giving it to a child. If you do get bamboozled by a noni rep then be very careful and watch for adverse side effects. There is evidence that noni has even killed some people and these people were taking noni for some time, toxic report says poisioned by Noni.

Posted by April on August 20, 2008 11:39 PM

Despite finding April's judgement somewhat prejudiced, I will try and draw her attention on some of the finer points of noni consumption.You did not state the dosage nor the brand/quality of the product.It is known that noni consumtion(being as potent as it is)should commence in subtle doses of 1-2 ounces and you should also be sure of the source of the product ie: coming from a reputable dealer.There are many unscrupulus "businessmen" out there who are bent on personal gain and I have no doubt that a few have infiltrated the noni market - given its phenomenal reputation.This said, I come from Seychelles(a small group of tropical islands in the indian ocean) and we have no health stores ect.But what we do have is an abundance of healing plants like noni and others that western medicine hasn't even heard of.I "hunt" for noni along the beaches of my home island and once ripened I blend them in a juicer.The benefits I have gained from it is too much to list and I hope people learn to respect this wonderful gift from nature.My blends are strong, so 2 ounces a day is more than enough.On a final note, Tahitian noni is no better than what other countries produce.Its all a question of proper harvesting,extraction and dosage.Remember,dosage is vital.Especially if you are new to noni.

Posted by Shane on August 22, 2008 3:36 PM

It's funny how people are skeptical when stuff can't be proven. I have had a really sensitive stomach after 12 years of suffering with adenoitis and tonsilitis and having them literlly rot in me. My mom has been drinking Tahitian Noni for 3 weeks now. She has stomach problems as well which usually keep her up most of the night and she says its practically gone. She also has problems with her back and she's been a lot more energetic lately. My cousin was ill after coming to live in the tropics here and has been working out on an island and eating the pure Noni fruit. He went from wearing size 36 pants to 24 in a month and has none of his previous ailments. I picked the fruit and I'm gonna try it. Will be back here with the results in a few.

Posted by Tammy on September 17, 2008 7:54 PM

I drink noni juice for my fibromyalgia, it is God's gift to me!

Posted by Sharon Kea on September 19, 2008 7:54 PM

This is in response to April and her sons reaction to Noni. Have you ever heard of food sensitivities or even allergic reactions? I am truely sorry you and your son were sickened by the Noni you both consumed, but it more then likely was your bodies response to it & not the Noni itself. I have a friend who responds the same way with strawberries, but you don't hear anyone telling you it's "poisonous snake oil". If we all use a little common sense, we can all figure out if Noni is right for us....

Posted by TMJ on October 1, 2008 4:08 PM

I just received my first bottle of Noni Juice today. I was instructed to gradually increase intake so I began with 1 oz. I hope that it can do for me what is has done for so many others. I have some serious health issues and if it can help me with some of it I will be elated. I will let you all know how it pans out for me.

Posted by First-Timer on November 23, 2008 4:33 PM

The best Noni product is actually made on Kauai and its called Noni Fruit Leather. They have a noni lotion which I tried at a gift and craft expo. My son has really bad baby acne and I tried rubbing it on his face yesterday. Well today it looks a lot better. This was just within one use. It did not dissappear completely but the redness is no longer there and the bumps are not as noticeable. I am planning to buy this product because I know with continued use its guarantee to work. Also, we had a noni tree in our yard before. We used to tie our dog by the tree and she always used to eat the noni fruit. After a few months we noticed that her coat came really shiny and soft.

Posted by Pua on December 21, 2008 2:40 PM

The best Noni product is actually made on Kauai and its called Noni Fruit Leather. They have a noni lotion which I tried at a gift and craft expo. My son has really bad baby acne and I tried rubbing it on his face yesterday. Well today it looks a lot better. This was just within one use. It did not dissappear completely but the redness is no longer there and the bumps are not as noticeable. I am planning to buy this product because I know with continued use its guarantee to work. Also, we had a noni tree in our yard before. We used to tie our dog by the tree and she always used to eat the noni fruit. After a few months we noticed that her coat came really shiny and soft.

Posted by Pua on December 21, 2008 2:40 PM

Believe it or not.......Noni juice is the REAL DEAL!!!!

Posted by Jim Bean on March 27, 2009 12:50 AM

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Posted by Nicki on April 14, 2009 6:55 AM

I started taking Noni Juice about 1 month ago. I suffer with IBS and since taking Noni i go to the toilet sometimes up to 3 times a day, not with diarrhea, but good big bowl movements ( tree trunks). I have never used my bowls so well! I feel clean and refreshed!
My son is 20 and studies at uni. He suffered with depression. I put him on Noni and he changed. He noticed he wasn't as tired and he even took me out to lunch last week, which he couldn't be bothered to do before Noni.
I really believe it works!

Posted by Joanne Ryan on May 10, 2009 5:25 PM

praise the Lord, I'm in Hawaii where I can get Noni off the tree. I am healing terrible brain injury after motorvehicl accident and fermented Noni from my terrace is only thing that has taken pain and is getting me better. I saw special on Discovery channel. wash Noni and let it dry then put in glass jar or vase, can cover with tin foil. It will make juice in glass. take at lease an ounce three times a day for serious injury. Its working for me, beyond stupid drugs doctors wanted me to take that only had side effects.

Posted by ms sidney on August 15, 2009 6:39 PM

Has anyone noticed Dr. Dawit Mengistu's posts? I wonder how much he's making off this snake oil?

Posted by Luke McFarland on August 17, 2009 2:06 PM

With noni trees growing wild all over the island(Taboga),it is an easy task to ferment my own juice. I keep a gallon or two brewing in the sun at all times. As far as health benefits, all I can say is "anything that tastes SO bad and smells SO strong can't be all that bad for you".

Posted by T van Stigt on October 21, 2009 12:35 PM

I've been taking Noni in capsule form for about 2 weeks now. This is the ONLY diet change that I have made in 12 months. The only effect I have noticied is solid sleep and mood stabilization as a result of the sleep. Not a bad thing!

Posted by Derelk on November 11, 2009 12:03 AM

does anyone have success stories involving noni and lupus

Posted by carlos on January 30, 2012 4:24 PM

It is a nice post. It is fact that when we searches about Noni juice on Google or any other search engine a bunch of sites selling the product come up. For prevent spam information you take advice of Noni experts.

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