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Organic Noni Juice

Premium juice from wild, sun-ripened Noni fruits (Morinda citrifolia) of the Fiji Islands!

Bio Noni DirektsaftSpecialty of Organic Noni Juice

  • certified organic product
  • 100% juice from fully aromatic, wild, sun-ripened, hand-picked Noni fruits
  • Traditionally fermented, prepared and bottled in the country of harvest (Fiji Islands)
  • No reconstitution from concentrate - freshly pressed!
  • inexpensive bulk pack for the whole family or for stockpiling (carton of 6) available
  • Brix value of about 8.2% * guarantees the high level of maturity

(* Brix: The measure of the soluble solids in a liquid (and thus approximate the sugar content) is usually given in "degrees Brix" (Brix) Indirectly is obtained thereby an objective value of the degree of ripeness of fruit..)

 

  • Organic Noni juice

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    ArtikelNr.: 830 a

    Preis: 29,00 EUR

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  • Organic Noni juice

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    Preis: 144,00 EUR

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Noni natural fruit juice

is freshly processed from sun-ripened hand picked fruits. According to food law regulations, this juice is naturally pure, free from preservatives, and can thus be stored for as long as 8 months. The opened bottle can be stored in the refrigerator with lid shut tight for as long as 1 – 2 months.
We have noticed that the juice changes to a darker shade of colour after 2 – 3 weeks. This is a wholly natural phenomenon and testifies to its special quality.

Recommended dosage

Use:

30 – 60 ml of Noni juice once or several times a day, depending on your state of health. The higher dose brings quick relief of health problems, the lower dose promotes general well-being and the power of resistance. Ideally, the juice should be taken on an empty stomach around 30 minutes before eating so that the precious proxeronine is not impaired by the gastric juices.
Please shake the bottle well before use so that fruit sediments that may have settled on the bottom are included. The colour of the juice can vary slightly due to the sediments drifting in the juice.

Production

How is the Noni fruit processed?

The Noni fruit are harvested when ripe and are processed on the spot. They are squeezed and the juice is bottled in its purely natural state without any additives. Noni reaches peak prices at local markets and is so popular that buyers are virtually fighting for the last fruits.

Origin

Where does the Noni fruit come from?

Noni is an evergreen bush or tree of the family of Rubiceae found all over the Asiatic-Pacific region. Its fruit reaches a length of up to 9 cm and has a light green to cream coloured shade when it is ripe. From early times it was exported by traders and sailors because of its well-known medicinal quality.

History

The original home of the noni tree was probably Queensland, Australia, from where the plant spread across the Pacific Ocean to the Polynesian islands and the Fiji Islands.

From there, the plant was brought to Hawai`i more than 2000 years ago by sailors carrying noni trees on their ships.
It was in Hawai`i that the plant was given its most common name worldwide: Noni.

Around 500 years ago, noni plants were brought to Europe by traders and sailors, where their juice has been growing in popularity ever since. This is despite the fact that the tart taste of the juice takes some getting used to for us Europeans.

When the fruit is fully ripe on the tree, it is picked directly by the locals and eaten like fruit.
The marketing of the fruit, which grows wild in the wild, for Globalis BIO

Noni juice is an ideal source of income for the local population.
In this way, everyone benefits from the old noni tree

How important is the noni plant to the people of the South Pacific?

It has held a special position throughout the Pacific region for thousands of years and is reverently called the "queen of plants" in its homeland: the tropical noni plant was, is and remains highly prized by the people of its region of origin, but more and more people in Europe also appreciate this fruit juice.

Whether Tahitians, Hawaiians, New Zealanders, North Australians, Filipinos or Fijians - the noni plant is revered everywhere in the tropics and is sometimes seen as a deity.

In Tahiti, it is valued as a plant, while the Hawaiians consider the noni tree to be a direct gift from the gods to the Hawaiian people, which is why the Hawaiians also regard the noni as a sacred plant.

The natives of Guam, on the other hand, call the noni tree the "tree of the gods".
And in the Philippines, too, the tree is affectionately called the "gift of the gods to mankind" and is revered accordingly.

We Europeans rely entirely on studies and scientifically established facts.

The noni fruit is the subject of many analytical studies and is the subject of several books, for example in many works by Dr. Leonhard Hochenegg, a specialist in general medicine, neurology and psychiatry.
Dr. Hochenegg wrote a whole series of treatises that deal fundamentally with the body-mind interaction in the development of diseases.

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