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Its botanical name is Morinda Citrifolia and belongs to the Rubacee family. Its fruit resembles a potato and even if Noni is used, flowers, leaves, roots and bark, the inhabitants of Polynesia, since ancient times used the fruit as a more effective element. The plant that contains vitamins, trace elements, beneficial alkaloids, sterols, minerals and enzymes is considered a plant with exceptional therapeutic virtues and in Polynesia is considered the Queen among plants in fact, we find them sown everywhere. Noni is beloved in Polynesia but in 1950, the biochemical doctor Ralph Heinicke, brought to the attention of the western world this plant and its therapeutic properties of considerable importance. It was thought that they were only Polynesian legends, the numerous stories that were told about the qualities of Noni but after in-depth studies, the phytotherapy scientists understood that the plant really has a miracle. In fact, a group of US doctors used volunteers to try the much vaunted virtues of Noni fruit juice and found that after a week the volunteers who had undergone the test had benefited enormously.
Noni, used by the Polynesians as a powerful reconstituent and adaptogen, was studied in 1983 by two American food chemists. It was thus discovered that the fruit contains a very high concentration of xeronine which is an extremely important element already part of the human organism but which allows protein synthesis processes and cell cleavage. In the 2000s, prestigious scientific journals, were interested in Noni and it seems that one of its main virtues, is to benefit those who are suffering from Tuberculosis and cannot even fight it with the most powerful antibiotics. Let us remember that thousands of people die in the world from this disease and the discovery of the properties of the juice of Noni fruit really caused a sensation. In fact, it appears that the benefit is reached with a percentage of 97% compared to a normal antibiotic. The Hawaiians, on the other hand, used Noni juice, mostly to treat glycaemia and therefore Diabetes, but it seems that this type of benefit has not found any confirmation in the studies of phytotherapeutic scientists. But the virtues of Noni have not ended here. He is capable of fighting and combating pains of different types such as menstrual, arthritic and skeletal pains and also seems to rebalance the mind afflicted by stress and depression. It is also widely used as a laxative, antibacterial, decongestant, emollient and emmenagogue. Not long ago this exotic fruit juice, was tried by about 8000 people and 60% of them, they recovered from diseases of a certain gravity. Several subjects showed a high improvement in asthenia disorders, lack of energy and weakness, others improved concentration, others still had excellent results on more serious pathologies such as stroke and cancer.
The clinical diseases for which Noni fruit juice can be used
After these many studies by important scientists, it was therefore established that the juice of the Noni fruit can counteract a variegated series of diseases such as the lack of vital energy due to changes in the physical energy state. The juice can greatly improve rheumatic diseases, arthritis in general, psoriasis, thyroid disease, Chrons' disease and erythema Lupus. The xeronine present in the juice also provides a valid aid to those suffering from immunodeficiency such as HIV disease. This latest discovery has something really sensational, just think of the countless part of the population affected by this serious pathology. But the juice also counteracts very serious infections such as hepatitis, inflammation of the pancreas and thyroid, inflammation of the mucus of the vagina and fungal infections in general.
The active ingredients of Noni
Noni is very rich in phytochemical compounds such as bioflavonoids that have a high nutritional value and also in it, there are various types of vitamins such as A and C as well as linoleic acid, alizarin, ursolic acid, potassium, selenium, rutinia and fatty acids capable of contributing to the digestive process and the process of mycosis in the digestive tract. The proxeronine contained in the juice of the Noni fruit, is considered as a precursor of xeronine and together they are metabolic regulators so that they are able to modify the structure of proteins. Xeronine is also found in many foods that we eat every day but unfortunately the impoverishment of the land and the use of those chemical fertilizers and fungicides make the human body not fully assimilate this protein. They are therefore accused of fatigue and physical weakness.
Noni: Use of Noni as an analgesic
From the Noni roots, a watery substance is extracted which significantly reduces several pains such as those caused by arthritis, menstruation, headaches, bursitis and tendonitis. It appears that as early as 15 minutes after administration, there are significant physical improvements. In fact, the body produces endorphins able to calm any kind of pain, even strong. Xeronine also acts directly on the area affected by pain. The effect is practically the same as that of Morphine but without any type of contraindication unlike the latter. The researchers are very convinced that Noni has no toxic effect.