does anyone drink noni juice?

@sandie61 (2359)
United States
February 13, 2007 11:06pm CST
I seen noni juice at a small delicatessan the other day and it said how good it is for you. it was expensive. it was 5 dollars for a 2 ounce bottle. what does it do for you and how do you know how many ounces to drink a day?
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• United States
19 Feb 07
I have a friend that sells Noni juice. My mom used to be really into too. My brothers and I had to drink it for several years when we still lived at home. It is supposed to be good for detox. It has come down in price a little bit. It used to be a lot worse. I would do research on it and if you still think it's interesting, give it a try. It's like it could hurt to take it - but whether you actually gain anything by taking it I don't know. I always heard stories about people who took it, and their cancer went into remission and things like that - but never saw this first hand.
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@sandie61 (2359)
• United States
20 Feb 07
thanks. did you feel any different the years you were drinking the juice then you do now?
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• United States
20 Feb 07
Thanks for that 'heads' up Withoutwings, I am going to do a little research, I have heard it mentioned but I had no idea what it's benefits were...SS
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• United States
20 Feb 07
I really couldn't say. My mom is a health junkie and we had a little pile of vitamins to take at each meal. Plus we did the Essiac cleansing tea once a month or so... so who knows what works and what didn't. My mom quit taking Noni. She still takes the Essiac though. They both taste nasty... I do feel good after the Essiac tea but it looks like pond sludge and it tastes like bile. If you can force yourself to drink it - it purges all the toxins from your body and you do feel great afterwards. That also has been linked with sending cancer into remission, and I do know someone in person that it happened to for the Essiac.
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• United States
14 Feb 07
I don't drink it, as it is too expensive. It is suppose to clean out the system of toxic poisons. I heard the taste isn't pleasant. Blessings, M&M
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@sandie61 (2359)
• United States
14 Feb 07
yes, it is expensive. it caught my eye because it said its suppose to be really good for you.
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@pagibig (299)
• Philippines
14 Feb 07
a few years ago, noni juice was a craze in my country. all the stars and the socialites and those who can afford it drinks it. basically it makes you 'sexy' according to the rumors. aside from that they say it's healthy. it turned out that it was just a fad. and everybody ended up moving to other lose-weight-fast regimens.
@sandie61 (2359)
• United States
14 Feb 07
thanks for your response. maybe it is good that I did not try it.
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@Kaeli72 (1230)
• United States
28 Feb 07
I more than just drink it, I sell the stuff. But I don't sell just any old bottle, I sell for the original company, Tahitian Noni International [TM] or TNI for short. TNI was founded about 10 or so years ago on the idea of pineapple stems being really good for you. The noni fruit was mentioned on the islands of the French Polynesians and it was reported that everyone uses it. Not one part of it was wasted. It can grow via bush, vine AND tree. Each branch holds 5 generations of fruit so it's harvested every 28 days...unlike an apple tree or any other food bearing median. Yes, it is expensive, but since we've been taking it, we have not been sick for more than 1 day in 2 years. My husband did get rather ill but we had just ran out and we couldn't afford a shippment, so he suffered in silence. Noni...means "Gift from the Gods" in the native language has many uses. It's been found to help with healing (but it does not cure) of things ranging from a fever all the way up to (and this is still in the research) AIDS. I've seen people with stage 4 cancer get better. Noni is an immune booster, and it's all natural. You can buy some from the stores, but if you look at the labels, you'll see that they use fillers, water, sugar and who knows what else. Tahitian Noni is 100% pure noni extract and fruit juices to help with the taste and boost the anti oxidants. If you're interrested in seeing my website... www.tni.com/darrenandkaelidenny
@sandie61 (2359)
• United States
1 Mar 07
thanks for your informative post. I will check out your website.
@Perry2007 (2229)
• Philippines
20 Feb 07
One of my friend invited me to join in a network for noni juice, I have tried it and was good, until I finda better and more effective juice... Goji juice.
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@sandie61 (2359)
• United States
22 Feb 07
great. let us know how it works for you.