Noni

PATENTING NONI

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PATENTING NONI

Aloha! Noni could be for you

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This herb from the South Pacific can help a variety of modern ailments.

If you lived on one of the islands of the south Pacific 2,000 years ago, a trip to the doctor, or, in this case, the sacred medicine man, wouldn't have brought you a prescription, but more likely a dose of noni (Morinda citrifolia). Noni is a fruit much like a pineapple in shape. In native cultures of Australia and Burma, it played a vital part in their diet and health care.

Tahitian Noni Juice

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Over three years ago a discovery was made that put in motion an incredible chain of events. A simple plant from French Polynesia was introduced to two food scientists, Stephen Story and John Wadsworth. This plant, known to the inhabitants of the islands of the South Pacific as "noni", was destined to become one of the most important natural health discoveries in decades.

The Herb Report: Noni

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The noni tree grows wild in much of the tropical world, including the South Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and India The seeds of this Southeast Asian native float so could have been transported by the ocean, but more likely they were important enough to be carried by travelers. It not only provides medicine, but also dyes cloth and tapu cloth yellow or red. In India it is known as bartundi and the English name is Indian mulberry.

Get to Know Noni!

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You may have, noticed some new, odd-sounding natural products popping up lately -- names like "Una de gato" (Cat's Claw) and "Kava Kava." The truth is, these products are only new to us here in North America. With the renewed interest in herbal medicine, many researchers are looking to the traditional medicines of other cultures and finding some amazing natural healers!

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