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Tahitian Noni, Certified Organic Noni Powder 500mg (60 capsules)

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Noni Juice is for immune support, energy, mental acuity, healthy skin and hair, reduced stress, and to support your digestive system.

What is Noni Fruit?

The capsules are a concentrated Tahitian noni fruit extract and, swallowed as capsules, do not subject the user to that unique, bitter noni taste.

Health Benefits Of Tahitian Noni

According to western science, noni is a powerful antioxidant. From protecting cellular health to providing antioxidants that guard against free redicals, this pure, concentrated noni supports your immune system naturally.

It also appears to boost the immunity of people taking it and has been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties.

Why Whole Health’s Tahitian Noni is the Best you can Buy

Whole Health's Tahitian Noni is the best you can get. It's organically grown & USDA-certified in rich Tahitian soil. Our Noniextract is made of fresh Noni fruit and Noni fruit skins. It contains 100% Noni, nothing else.
Get 100% Tahitian Noni fruit extract from Whole Health: USDA-certified organic and pure in an easy to take capsule, so you can avoid the bitter taste.
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Also indexed as:Indian Mulberry, Morinda citrifolia
Noni: Main Image© Martin Wall
Common names:
Indian Mulberry
Botanical names:
Morinda citrifolia

Parts Used & Where Grown

Native to Polynesia, the noni plant (also known as Indian mulberry) is a small tree that usually grows to a height of ten feet. The fruit, which starts out green and turns yellow, is used medicinally.

  • Reliable and relatively consistent scientific data showing a substantial health benefit.
  • Contradictory, insufficient, or preliminary studies suggesting a health benefit or minimal health benefit.
  • For an herb, supported by traditional use but minimal or no scientific evidence. For a supplement, little scientific support.

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This supplement has been used in connection with the following health conditions:

Used for AmountWhy
Immune Function
Refer to label instructions 1 star[1 star]
Studies show noni to have some immune-enhancing activity.

Traditional Use (May Not Be Supported by Scientific Studies)

Traditional Polynesian healers have used the fruit of the noni plant for just about everything—from a tonic drink to mending broken bones—but it is said that because of its strong, unpleasant odor and bitter taste, a person won’t take it until they are too sick and desperate. The bark yields a red dye while the root yields a yellow one. Both colors were used in the ceremonial outfits of Hawaiian chiefs. In the early 1990s, noni juice became heavily marketed in the United States primarily through network marketing companies. However, despite tremendous claims and testimonials, there is little scientific documentation on noni.

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