Has anyone ever used Noni juice? What do you think?
November 17, 2006 11:48pm CST
We took it pretty consistently for awhile, and thought it helped us feel better, less arthritis, but it is expensive. I would like to order some better quality from overseas. Other people tell me to take Mangosteen juice. I was not very impressed with that. I am interested in your experience with either one.
4 Dec 06
Hi. I have tried Noni juice for a period of 6 Months as I have had juvenile arthritis since I was born. It personally did not work for me but these things take time. For the price I did not see it as helpful. My husband and I had spent a fortune trying to ease my pain as somedays I can not even get out of bed. Especially when the weather changes with a cold snap. The only thing I find that really helps is quarterzone injections.
• Marion, Kansas
6 Dec 06
Sorry to hear about that. Both my physician and my chiropracter recommend mega doses of B-6 and that does help, but I have osteo, not rheumatoid. If you want to try this, find a cooperative doc. to supervise. We took 400 mcg daily, divided for four weeks, now 100-200 mcg divided daily. I also use a topical creme that has capsaisin in it. Warms up quite a bit. Less health dangers than with cortizone. Cheaper, too.
29 Nov 06
I have heard of noni juice as a few of my friends were taking it a couple of years back. I have started taking Goji juice which is supposed to be very similar but with higher concentration of vitamins etc. I have been taking it for about two months now and definately have more energy and sleep better. Go to www.freelife.com if you want to read about it.
17 Jul 07
Hi.. oh boy, am i soo late for a reply here?! .. haha! .. anyway, yes a few years back my mom encouraged me to drink noni. At first, don't like the tangy taste of it but in no time i got used to drinking it really. Our family just consumed one bottle of it cause its kinda expensive. haha! Take care now. (",)