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What is in Noni?

By: Steve Frailey Wednesday December 19, 2012 comments Tags: noni health benefits, natural antioxidants, natural antibacterial

What makes it work so well?

Noni fruit is a Polynesian superfood that contains over 165 beneficial compounds in its raw form. Noni is a tropical tree known scientifically as Morinda Citrifolia. The true traditional use for thousands of years among Polynesian cultures was to eat the raw fruit as a natural preventative to keep themselves from getting sick. Research has shown raw noni pulp to be a very high anti-inflammatory and antioxidant which feeds the cells of the body to promote good health. Noni fruit also contains vital micronutrients, soluble and insoluble fiber, essential fatty acids, and countless other vitamins and minerals. 


Some of the beneficial phytonutrients of Morinda Citrifolia (Noni):

Damnacanthal- fights cancer, pre-cancerous cells, Lewis lung carcinoma, stimulates T cell activity

Scopoletin- analgesic and binds serotonin, keeping levels elevated, anti-depressive, anti-hypertensive, anti-inflammatory, antihistamine, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal

Anthraquinone- Controls infectious bacteria like Staphylococcus aureus, E. coli, Salmonella

Terpenes- help with cell rejuvenation increasing nutrient-ion exchange

Phytonutrients and Selenium- anti-oxidant protection against free radicals

Soluble fiber- helps cleans blood, decreases  cholesterol, binds to fat, balances blood sugar levels

Insoluble fiber- important for colon health

Amino acids- building blocks of proteins. Contains 17 of the 20 amino acids including all 9 of the essential making it a complete protein

Essential fatty acids- building blocks of fats and oils: maintains healthy skin, nerve cells, heart tissue and blood vessels, helps balance mood, keep cells working properly, improving nutrient-toxin exchange

* FROM the Noni Phenomenon, by Dr. Neil Solomon

MORE INGREDIENTS in Noni

B-sitosterol- other sterols
Ursolic acid- emulsifier
Riconoleic acid in SEEDS
Phytochemicals
Ascorbic acid
Anthraquinones- anti-malarial
Damnacanthal
A Flourescent compound
Glycosides
Alizrin
Asperuloside
Polysaccharides ****
(ethylthomethyl) benzene
1-butanol
1-hexanol
1-methoxy-2-formyl-3-hydroxyanthraquinone
2,5-undecadien-1-ol
2-heptanone
2-methyl-2-butenyl decanoate
2-methyl-3,5,6-trihydroxyanthraquinone-6-?-primeveroside
2-methyl-3,5,6-tryhydroxyanthraquinones
2-methylbutanoaic acid
2-methylpropanoic acid
24-methylcycloartanol
24-methylenecholesterol
24-methylenecycloartanyl lineolate
3-hydroxyl-2-butanone
3-hydroxymorindone
3-hydroxymorindone-6-?-primeveroside
3-methyl-2-buten-1-ol
3-methyl-3-buten-1-ol
3-methylthiopropanoic acid
5,6-dihydroxylucidin
5,6-dihydroxylucidin-3-?-primeveroside
5,7-acacetin7-?-?-D-(+)-glucopyranoside
5,7-dimethylapigenin-4’-?-?-D_D(+)=galactopyranoside
6,8-dimethoxy-3-methyl anthraquinone-1,-?-?-rhamnosyl glucopyranoside
6-dodeceno-y-lactone
7-hydroxy-8-methoxy-2-methylanthraquinone
8,11,14-ecosatrienoic acid
acetic acid
isobutyric acid
isocaproic acid
isofucosterol
isofucosteryl linoleate
isolaveric icid
lauric acid
limonene
lucidin
lucidin-3-?-primeveroside
magnesium
methyl 3-methylthiopropanoate
methyl decanoate
methyl elaidate
methyl hexanoate
methyl octanoate
methyl oleate
methyl palmitate
morenone-1
morenone-2
morindadiol
morindanigrine
morindin
morindone
morindone-6-?-primeveroside
mucilaginous matter
myristic acid
n-butyric acid
n-valeric acid
nonanoic acid
nordamnacanthal
octadecenoic acid
actanoic acid
oleic acid
palmitic acid
paraffin
pectins
pentose
phenolic body *****
 
 
cycloartenol palmitate
alizarin
alkaloids
anthragallol 1,2-dimethyl ether
elaidic acid
anthraquinones
anthragallol 2,3-dimethyl ether
ethyl hexanoate
asperuloside
benzoic acid
ethyl palmitate
benzyl alcohol
eugenol
butanoic acid
ferric iron
calcium
campesteryl glycoside
glucose
campesteryl linoleyl glycoside
heptanoic acid
campesteryl palmitate
hexadecane
campesteryl palmityl glycoside
hexanamide
campestrol
carbonate
carotene
cycloartenol
cycloartenol linoleate
damnacanthal
decamoic acid
ethyl decanoate
ethyl octanoate
gampesteryl linoleate
hexanedioic acid
hexanoic acid
hexose
hexyl hexanoate
phosphate
physcion
potassium
proteins
resins
rhamnose
ricinoleic acid
rubiadin
rubiadin-1-methyl ether
scopoletin
sitosterol
sitosteryl glycoside
sitosteryl linoleate
sitosteryl linoleyl glycoside
sitosteryl palmitate
sitosterylpalmityl glycoside
sodium
sorandjidiol
?-sitosterol
stearic acid
sterols
stigmasterol
stigmasteryl glycoside
stigmasteryl linoleate
stigmasteryl linoleyl glycoside
stigmasteryl palmitate
stigmasteryl palm
ityl glycoside
terpenoids
trioxymethylanthraquinone
undecanoic acid
ursolic acid
vitamin C
vomifoliol
wax
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

***** Noni Phenomenon, by Neil Solomon

Steve Frailey

About the Author: Steve Frailey

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. We also developed a deep relationship with Noni that was growing all through our valley.  Today we run our Hawaiian Organic Noni farm, and share the gift of health with people throughout the world.



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