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By: Lola Frailey Tuesday June 5, 2018 comments Tags: noni health benefits, noni antioxidants, organic pain relief

What makes it work so well?

Noni fruit is a Polynesian superfood that contains over 165 beneficial compounds in its raw form. Noni is a tropical tree known scientifically as Morinda Citrifolia. The true traditional use for thousands of years among Polynesian cultures was to eat the raw fruit to maintain overall health and wellness. Research has shown raw noni pulp to be a very high anti-inflammatory and antioxidant which feeds the cells of the body to promote good health. Noni fruit also contains vital micronutrients, soluble and insoluble fiber, essential fatty acids, and countless other vitamins and minerals.


Morinda Citrafolia (Noni)


stimulates T cell activity


pain reliever and binds with serotonin, keeping levels elevated Anti-depressive,

anti-hypertensive, anti-inflammatory, antihistamine


fights enzymes that break down collagen in the body, which may slow down the aging process, helps regulate smooth digestion


helps with cell rejuvenation increasing nutrient-ion exchange

Phytonutrients and Selenium

anti-oxidant protection against free radicals

Soluble fiber

helps clean blood, decreases cholesterol, binds to fat, balances blood sugar levels

 Insoluble fiber

important for colon health

 Amino acids

building blocks of proteins. Contains 17 of the 20 amino acids including all 9 of the essential making it a complete protein

 Essential fatty acids

building blocks of fats and oils: maintains healthy skin,nerve cells, heart tissue and blood vessels, helps balance mood, keeps cells working properly, improving nutrient-toxin exchange

FROM the Noni Phenomenon, by Dr. Neil Solomon

(ethylthomethyl) benzene
2-heptanone 2-methyl-2-butenyl decanoate
2-methylbutanoaic acid
2-methylpropanoic acid
24-methylenecycloartanyl lineolate
3-methylthiopropanoic acid
5,6-dihydroxylucidin 5,6-dihydroxylucidin-3-?-primeveroside
6,8-dimethoxy-3-methyl anthraquinone-1,-?-?-rhamnosyl glucopyranoside
8,11,14-ecosatrienoic acid

acetic acid  campesteryl palmityl glycoside 
actanoic acid  campestrol
alizarin  carbonate 
alkaloids carotene
anthragallol 1,2-dimethyl ether cycloartenol
anthraquinones cycloartenol linoleate
anthragallol 2,3-dimethyl ether cycloartenol palmitate
asperuloside damnacanthal
benzoic acid decamoic acid
benzyl alcohol elaidic acid
butanoic acid ethyl decanoate
calcium ethyl hexanoate
campesteryl glycoside ethyl palmitate
campesteryl linoleyl glycoside  eugenol
campesteryl palmitate  ferric iron
gampesteryl linoleate paraffin
glucose  pectins
glycoside pentose
heptanoic acid phenolic body
hexadecane phosphate
hexanamide physcion
hexanedioic acid physcion-8-O
hexanoic acid potassium
hexose protein
hexyl hexanoate resins
iron rhamnose
isobutyric acid ricinoleic acid
isocaproic acid  rubiadin
isofucosterol rubiadin-1-methyl ether
isofucosteryl linoleate scopoletin
isolaveric icid  sitosterol
lauric acid sitosteryl glycoside
limonene sitosteryl linoleate
linoleic acid sitosteryl linoleyl
lucidin sitosteryl palmitate
lucidin-3-?-primeveroside sitosteryl palmityl glycoside
magnesium sodium
methyl 3-methylthiopropanoate sorandjidiol
methyl decanoate stearic acid
methyl elaidate sterols
methyl hexanoate stigmasterol 
methyl octanoate stigmasteryl glycoside
methyl oleate  stigmasteryl linoleate 
methyl palmitate  stigmasteryl palmitate 
morenone-1  terpenoids 
morenone-2 trioxymethylanthraquinone
morindadiol undecanoic acid 
morindanigrine ursolic acid
morindin vitamin C 
morindone vomifoliol
morindone-6-?-primeveroside  wax 
mucilaginous matter
myristic acid
n-butyric acid
n-valeric acid 
nonanoic acid 
octadecenoic acid
octanoic acid
oleic acid
palmitic acid

Dr. Duke's Phytochemical and Ethnobotanical Databases

Ethnobotanical uses Morinda citrifolia PRESL (RUBIACEAE)

Abdomen Burkill,1966; Ague Burkill,1966; Beriberi Burkill,1966; Chest Burkill,1966; Colic Burkill,1966; Convulsion Burkill,1966; Cough Burkill,1966; DiabetesBurkill,1966; Dysuria Burkill,1966; Emmenagogue Burkill,1966; Fever Burkill,1966; Hepatosis Burkill,1966; Laxative Burkill,1966; Leukorrhea Burkill,1966; NauseaBurkill,1966; Sapraemia Burkill,1966; Shampoo Burkill,1966; Smallpox Burkill,1966; Splenomegaly Burkill,1966; Swelling Burkill,1966 Morinda citrifolia (RUBIACEAE)

Abscess Eb28: 24; Ache(Head) Liogier; Ache(Tooth) Eb25: 444, Eb28: 24; Ague Eb28: 24; Analgesic Liogier; Anodyne Altschul, Woi.6; Arthritis Altschul, Eb25: 444;Bite(Bug) Eb28: 24; Boil Altschul, Eb28: 24; Breast Eb28: 24; Cathartic Woi. 6; Collyrium Eb28: 24; Conjunctivitis Eb28: 24; Cough Eb28: 24; Diarrhea Eb25: 444; DiureticEb28: 24; Dysentery Woi.6; Elephantiasis Eb28: 24; Emmenagogue Eb25: 444; Eye Eb28: 24; Fever Eb28: 24, Woi.6; Filariasis Eb25: 444; Gingivitis Eb25: 444, Woi. 6;Gout Woi.6; Inflammation Eb28: 24; Jaundice Eb28: 24; Kidney Eb25: 444; Laxative Eb28: 24; Leucorrhea Woi.6; Medicine Eb25: 444; Myalgia Eb25: 444; Nausea Eb28: 24; Purgative Altschul; Rheumatism Altschul, Eb25: 444; Sapraemia Woi.6; Sedative Brutus; Sore Eb25: 444; Sty Eb28: 24; Swelling Eb25: 444; Tetanus Eb28: 24; Throat Woi.6; Tonic Eb25: 444; Tuberculosis Eb28: 24; Wound Eb25: 250, Eb28: 24, Liogier

* = Chemical(s) found in plant shown to be effective for the ailment medicated

** = Plant itself shown to be effective for the ailment medicated

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