Why is Noni juice a herbal medicine?

Long before the mega pharmaceutical companies ruled the earth dispensing their own proprietarily blended synthetic compounds, there was all natural living herbs. Until 100 years ago, most humans around the world used herbs as the drug of choice.

As the ancient people began to spread throughout the world, they learned over time through a process of trial and error the plants to avoid and the ones that helped them remain health and vibrant.

We see this to be true with the ancient Polynesian people who through the course of their 3,000 year migration throughout the South Pacific Island chain the powerful health effects Noni created for the people in their villages. Noni plants were brought with the early travelers as they stepped out on faith into the great expanse of the Pacific ocean to find new Islands to colonize and expand.

They developed new ways to preserve the healing compounds from Noni and other medicinal plants. This isn’t unique to the Pacific Islanders, that’s because most cultures have a basic intuitive knowledge passed up through the generations about local medicinal plants that can be beneficial to them and future groups to come.

We are better understanding today what the ancient civilizations learned over centuries of daily use just how natural herbs can aid the body in recovering from illness is now being proven to be true by modern scientific researchers.

Noni fruit for example, has been shown to increase the activity of the immune system through a unique combination of Polysccrides found in Morinda citrifolia, or as the Hawaiian named it – Noni. It also helps to fend off infection by viruses and bacteria intruders that might explain Noni’s cold-fighting power.

Before your local CVS Pharmacy or Rite Aid existed, there was the herbal drugstore that included all of natures handy work with a complete array of medicinal plants to benefit humans. In comparison, the modern pharmacy specializing in synthetic drugs have become distant from its natural roots.

Even if you look closely at most herbal product labels you find in your local health food store, the herbs they tout as having many health benefits have but little resemblance to living plants. We see this to be true in the “functional fruit juice” industry.

Just like anything in life you buy, you must always choose wisely among the many types of Noni juice products both in retail stores and online stores. To begin, it’s best to have a simple basic knowledge of what natural medicinal herbs like Noni juice and how it works to produce positive effects when consistently taken over time.

By definition, a herb or medicinal food like Noni fruit, is a plant material or liquid juice used to alleviate an unwanted symptom or overall health of the individual, thus Noni fruit juice is called a medicinal plant.

Noni juice works with the body to achieve peak performance against a disease just like mainstream medicines do. Instead of killing germs, alternative medicines like Noni, seek first to enhance the body’s natural ability to fight off outside invaders and return the body’s primary systems to balanced health.


  1. Carol said,

    April 1, 2011 @ 10:45 pm

    Thank you for the Noni juice blog posting.

  2. Hellen said,

    April 1, 2011 @ 10:49 pm

    I bought my Noni juice at Rite Aid before switching to Tru Noni juice. One day I read the label on the Noni bottle I was buying retail and realized there is hardly any Noni juice in it, and then I found tru noni juice from Hawaii. Thank you!

  3. Mary said,

    April 1, 2011 @ 10:54 pm

    I have bought many other Noni juice products before finding Tru Noni, not that they were lost :0) They are simple the best Noni juice product.

  4. Beth said,

    April 1, 2011 @ 11:03 pm

    I love Tru Noni juice.

  5. Ed said,

    April 4, 2011 @ 3:04 pm

    Tru Noni is the best 100% pure Noni juice I have bought. I am not sure what they do differently to their juice, if anything, but it’s better then what I have found in my local health-food store.

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