Friday November 27, 2020
Aloha Noni Family!
We've officially entered one of our favorite times of year! November 1st marks the earliest we could see the albatross start returning to Kaua'i. Nov 1st- 15th is our window for arrival for the adult birds, you can bet Lola will be checking the bluff morning and evening for a sighting. We expect at least 30 adult birds to arrive this year for breeding season.
These amazing seabirds have been floating and flying in the open ocean between Kaua'i and Alaska since they left the nesting bluff earlier this year. The birds each arrive solo, not with their mates or best buddies. The male birds typically arrive first and await the arrival of their mate.
This past Friday we took you on a first ever virtual tour of the albatross nesting grounds. If you missed it you can watch the replay by clicking this link Aloha Friday Live video
Noni and Scopoletin
Have you used IcyHeat Sports Formula Lotion for pain relief?
One of the better absorbed molecules from noni is scopoletin which is renowned for its anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties. The body also uses scopoletin for smooth joint movement.
Studies have demonstrated that noni is rich in scopoletin and this is why many people who use the fruit topically say they feel relief immediately.
Insider Tip: Highly recommend applying to the bottom of both feet first and then the localized pain area...most report an even quicker relief from pain when applied this way.
Researched has identified over 165 beneficial compounds and enzymes in raw noni pulp, in a solid form not liquid form. Many noni juice manufacturers claim that noni juice is the most potent form of noni. This simply is not true.
Reasons to Reach for IcyHeat Noni Lotion
Insider Tip: Applying IcyHeat Noni Lotions to the bottom of your feet first expedites the pain relief.
Studies have demonstrated that noni is rich in scopoletin and that's why many people who use the fruit topically say they feel pain relief immediately. Top pain relief usages include: arthritic pain, cramps, neuropathy and more.
Stay tuned for more albatross updates!