Noni, vital element to promote good health
Traditional Polynesian healers have used it for centuries in the treatment of many ailments.
Thousands of years ago, the inhabitants of the islands of French Polynesia discovered the beneficial properties of a fruit which grows in abundance in the region, the Noni , fruit of the Morinda Citrifolia. Noni is used in treatment during these conditions:
- Digestion disorder (diarrhea and parasite)
- Lung problems (cough, cold, pleurisy and tuberculosis)
- Mouth infections (angina, cough, toothache)
- Eye infections (conjunctivitis, redness, fever)
- Skin issues (abscess, discoloration)
- As well as jaundice, constipation, rheumatism and disorders of the apparatus
Research on Noni
“Noni juice, a vital element for proteins and cells.”, Dr. Ralph Heinicke. This researcher associated with the University of Hawaii discovered a proenzyme called xeronine, a vital element that allows proteins and cells to perform their various functions well: to give and maintain the proper structure of each cell, to allow the assimilation of nutrients and the elimination of waste at the cellular level, acting as a hormone to coordinate the different activities of the body at the molecular level, promoting the action of proteins in the production of antibodies and thus strengthening the immune system.
Noni juice , rich in proxeronine, a precursor of xeronine, is said to be effective in the treatment of hypertension, menstrual cramps, arthritis, gastric ulcers, sprains and inflammation, infections, senility, digestive problems, arteriosclerosis, addictions (drugs, alcohol, cigarettes, etc.), pain, burns.
Noni juice and the nervous system
Another component of Noni juice , scopoletin, acts on serotonin, a neurotransmitter and hormone precursor, melatonin.
Serotonin is thought to have an effect on sleep, mood, body temperature, and even hunger.
Antibacterial and antiseptic Noni juice
Other research has shown that Noni juice contains acubin, L-aspreuloside and alazqurin which are known to be antibacterial agents.