Do you use noni juice?

United States
January 19, 2007 8:37am CST
I was doing some research on noni this week and was shocked at the amount of negative publicity this product gets. So my question is, do you use noni? Do you think it does anything for you? Or do you think it's just a big load of hooey?
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@GardenGerty (109036)
• United States
21 Jan 07
When we drink it we mix it into another stronger flavored juice. I do not know if our feeling better was directly caused by the noni, or other lifestyle changes at that time. The cancer claim was made on a noni wevsite, but I am not sure I could find it again, it has been over a year. I do believe my age spots, caused from the sun, improved when we drank noni regularly. It was funny when we started drinking it, as I had just been sounding off that it did not make any sense that tropical specialty juices would do us so much good, we should just drink and consume native plant materials (elderberry, for instance). Then something I read caused us to decide to try to do noni. Our biggest draw back, next to the price, is that it tends to make hubby overly "regular" if you know what I mean.So what led you to be researching noni?
• United States
22 Jan 07
Yeah, I know exactly what you mean. ;-) I've been hearing about noni for a few years now but only recently tried it, mainly because I was writing a paper on different fruit juices. I actually think it improved my blood sugar control. I just couldn't believe all the negative press noni's gotten.
@raympe6 (181)
• Canada
19 Jan 07
Hi, I have been driking it for 3 years now and that's what got rid of my migraines but I recently switched to another brand called Vemma because it has more minerals and vitamins in it than Noni. You can check it out for yourself.
• United States
19 Jan 07
Glad to hear that it's working for you. :-) I'm not sure I could get past the rotted-prune taste. ;-)