Sunrise Organic Farm and Hawaiian Organic Noni are a family owned/operated 70 acre certified organic farm with an FDA certified organic Kitchen processing facility. We grow our own Noni, pick the fruit, process, package, and distribute. We do not private label or offer our products through multi-level marketing. We have total control over every aspect of growing our organic trees, processing our fruit and offering our products directly to you through our website, practitioners or stores.
My wife and I (Steve Frailey) moved to Kauai, Hawaii in 1982 from our organic farm in California. There were no roads, electricity, water or buildings but lots of Noni trees (Morinda Citrifolia) in our valley. Over the years, we built our house, processing facility, roads, drilled water wells and developed electrical systems through wind and solar. We also developed a deep relationship with Noni that was growing all through our valley.
Talking with older Polynesians and Hawaiians, we began to understand the true traditional use of this magnificent healing fruit. They ate the fruit raw everyday as a natural preventative to maintain perfect health. Many of you are familiar with Noni juice, but we learned to never juice the fruit because the potency is in the pulp. In Hawaii, I challenge people to go to Bishop Museum in Honolulu. For centuries, Noni was eaten raw and not juiced because, you won’t find a glass jar 150 years ago.
Today, Hawaiian Organic Noni is proud to bring the rest of the world the power of noni fruit.
Hawaiian Organic Noni is also actively involved in Hawaiian wildlife conservation including but not limited to the Albatross and the Monk Seal.
Big improvement in my plantar fasciitis!
"While vacationing on Kauai last week, I discovered your products at a vendor fair in Princeville. I bought the IcyHeat sports formula, and the Noni fruit leather. I have been suffering with plantar fasciitis for 9 months along with recovering from a broken arm, along with terrible arthritis in my hands and feet. I am seeing great improvement in the plantar fasciitis! Today we started giving the fruit leather to our dogs. They seem to love it, and I am going to use it instead of giving them commercial dog biscuits.
While visiting Kauai, I had a terrible onset of arthritis pain in my hand. So much pain that it made me sick to my stomach. So in desperation, I took some Aleve to try to curb the pain, and continue our evening, but it barely took the edge off of the pain. We ended up heading back to our condo, and I immediately put the IcyHeat sports formula on my hand. Within 10 minutes, the pain was gone! I try to use it twice daily, as well as the fruit leather. Thanks for the farm tour and your great products!"
Wonderful Organic Products
"All of them! I keep the icyheat noni lotion in my desk at work for relief of low back pain and tension in the neck (from sitting in front of computer a lot ): The IcyHeat feels so great for the muscle aches when I overdo exercising or carrying groceries -- it gives immediate ease and I can get to sleep better. I take the fruit leather daily as an immune system booster, and the BioBandage is excellent protection here in the tropics. I would have a hard time picking a favorite, and I'm so glad I don't have to! Thanks again for making these wonderful natural products."
Tammy Zielinski, Hawaii
Rave about Noni lotion
"Hi this is Tammy I'm from American Samoa. I just wanted to rave about your product, the lavender noni lotion. I have this persistent skin irritation on my ankle, and I tell you the noni lotion has been the only thing I've found that's actually been doing something about it. It's been drying it up quite wonderfully. I'm ordering it again today because I'm almost out, but it's really been the best thing for this skin irritation on my ankle that I've had for a really long time. I'm really happy, it seems to be going away. I'm really very pleased about this. So I will let you know how it goes, and meanwhile I'll order some more noni lotion. Thanks a lot for really great products. I really love using them."
Tammy, America Samoa