Welcome to Tahitian Noni Juice reviews.® Here are excerpts from the book Noni Juice: How much, How Often, For What – Fourth Edition by Neil Solomon, M.D., Ph.D. http://nonitools.soundconcepts.com/index.php/books/noni-juice-how-much-how-often-for-what-4th-edition.html This will share many things about Noni Juice and/or Tahitian Noni Juice® and some of the things Dr. Solomon has researched.
“During my over thirty years as a practicing medical professional, prescribing medication was relatively easy. Once the proper diagnosis was made, prescribing simply meant taking into consideration the different characteristics of the patient (i.e., severity of illness, gender, weight, age, allergies, etc.) and putting it in my mind’s computer. Presto . . . the amount of medication was clear.
Since my retirement from the clinical practice of medicine, I have become more involved with natural healing. This has brought to my attention the ambiguity and confusion that exists when it comes to how much of a certain nutritional substance could or should be used in order to augment one’s health. Suggested use of many nutritional supplements is many times based on trial and error, which over time and use, somewhat regulates itself. In the mid 1990s I decided to find a plant with a proven track record of successes and with unique health benefits worthy of study. I was interested in finding out how much of it people took to help different conditions.
This led me to the fruit of the Morinda citrifolia plant (noni). I soon found the people of the islands of the South Pacific had used noni to promote healthy living for over two thousand years. Noni flourishes in the lush and unspoiled islands of French Polynesia, of which the best known is Tahiti. On this tropical island, noni fruit is used to make noni juice. I spoke to the natives who harvest noni and who have long benefited from its use. I believe that for optimal effectiveness, noni juice should have the following characteristics: grown in a pollution-free, unspoiled tropical environment; harvested by natives who, from tradition, know when and how to pick it; and to be freshly processed and packaged under careful supervision in a way so as not to destroy its natural beneficial ingredients, or be contaminated. The noni product should contain no less than 90 percent pure, unadulterated noni juice, with each ounce containing between 9 to 17 calories, 2
to 4 grams of total carbohydrates, and no added additives. The noni should also be tested to be contaminant-free. Please see Table 1 for a complete listing of the major known nutraceuticals identified in noni.”