It is from this tropical paradise that our TAHITIAN NONI® Juice originates.
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Conventional diets are not a reliable source of proxeronine. Due to the increase of chemical fertilizers, the depletions of soils and the over processing of foods, many important micronutrients needed for the biosynthesis of Xeronine in the body have been lost.
TAHITIAN NONI® Juice is the key to remedying this dilemma. It has been discovered that the noni fruit contains great quantities of proxeronine. In fact, the juice of the noni fruit is the best, most available and predictable supply of proxeronine.
With other sources being so unreliable, it is readily apparent how powerful noni juice from the nutrient-rich soils of French Polynesia can be in supplementing the diet with this essential ingredient.
The History Of Morinda Citrifolia
Ancient manuscripts, handed down from generation to generation, cite Morinda Citrifolia or noni fruit as the primary ingredient in the natural health preparations of ancient Polynesian peoples.
Ancient peoples, from what is now known as French Polynesia, colonized islands through out the South Pacific. As they made their voyages from island to island in ocean-going canoes, they brought with them sacred plants from their home islands.
The noni plant is known as the queen of these plants. Within the lush unspoiled islands of French Polynesia (the best known of these islands is Tahiti) the noni plant flourishes.
It is considered to be one of the most beautiful plants in the islands and a valued addition to a traditional Polynesian garden.
Reaching heights of 15-20 feet, the plant yields year-round fruit that is approximately the size of a potato. The blossoms of the tree are a creamy white color and when ripe, the fruit turns yellow then white.