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Morinda citrifolia has been used by Polynesians for over 2,000 years

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TAHITIAN NONI® Juice has been studied by researchers throughout the world.

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 Morinda citrifolia has been valued by traditional Polynesian cultures for its healthful benefits

  tahitian noni juice

Morinda citrifolia has been studied by researchers throughout the world

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TAHITIAN NONI® Juice is an exclusive product from Morinda, Inc.

  tahitian noni juice

TAHITIAN NONI® Juice has been studied by researchers throughout the world.

 

Tahitian Noni, Independent DistributorNoni Girl

Morinda Independent Product Consultant

Hear is a letter I received from my partner Dru White.


I received a copy of an e-mail concerning the differences between Tahitian Noni International's TAHITIAN NONI® Juice and Hawaiian noni products. Maybe I can give you some information that may be helpful.

I have had the opportunity to spend quite a bit of time with Dr. Charles
Garnier who is a government research scientist in French Polynesia who
specializes in researching Morinda citrifolia (noni). He received a Masters
Degree from UCLA with his thesis on the components of noni. He also holds a Doctorate in agronomy science. His specialty is to analyze plants and break down all the materials that are contained in the plants, including all the minerals, vitamins, nutriceuticals, and so forth. He has proven that the materials contained in plants come directly from the soil in which they grow.
The makeup of the terrain, the weather, geographic locale, and other factors, also affect what is contained in the plant because they affect soil conditions.


Dr. Garnier performs such a specialized work that he has been retained by
police and drug enforcement agencies to help them identify the exact location where seized marijuana was grown. He has shown that soil has such identifiable traits (with regard to what it contains), that a specific piece of ground leaves its "fingerprint" on plants that grow there. The combination and levels of minerals, vitamins, and other trace materials in the plant will be found in a certain configuration if the plant grew in a specific spot.

Thus, a plant that grows in one location on an island can be distinguished
from a plant that grows in another location. And it can be proven, by
meticulously analyzing the soil and other plants in the vicinity, that the
plant grew in a very specific location. Thus, he was able to help police
track down the exact location where marijuana leaves and seeds had originated by analyzing the plants and the soil.

Dr. Garnier has applied these same principles to the study of noni around the world. For many years he has carefully analyzed the makeup of noni plants from various tropical locations, including among others, all the islands of French Polynesia, Hawaii, Tonga, Samoa, Central and South America and various parts of Asia.

Dr. Garnier is in the process of preparing to publish a report on his findings. This report will compare the differences in noni plants from various locations by setting forth the materials that they contain in minute detail. He also has new equipment that allows him to do DNA analysis on plants, which will further enhance his findings. Some of his research will be published some time next year. In the mean time, I can highlight for you some of the things he has told me in our conversations.

In short,Tahitian Noni International's contention (that they selected noni from French Polynesia because it's far superior to noni in other parts of the world) is no exaggeration. In fact, Dr. Garnier's research has shown that some noni plants growing outside French Polynesia can actually be harmful to the body. He found that noni plants growing on islands that are relatively active volcanically (such as many places in the Hawaiian Islands and the Philippines) absorb high levels of mercury and lead. Some of these levels that he measured were dangerously high, enough so to make a human ill.

When a person ingests this noni containing high levels of heavy metals, the mercury and lead poison the body. There have been numerous reports of people in the Philippines becoming ill when they drink homemade noni juice produced from local noni plants. About five years ago, the government closed down a noni capsule business (Japanese owned) in Hawaii because the product was making consumers ill.

There are no active volcanoes in French Polynesia, and have not been for a long, long time. In fact, the French Polynesian Islands are geologically millions of years older than the Hawaiian Islands. Dr. Garnier also found that noni plants which grow on flat terrain contain fewer beneficial nutrients than noni that grows on sloped terrain. Also, noni growing where there is too much rainfall (which leaches out the soil nutrients) or too little rainfall (which doesn't allow for adequate plant growth), produced inferior fruit.

Dr. Garnier noted that even among the 118 islands of French Polynesia, there is a difference between the noni plants, depending on which island they come from (and even which area on the island they come from, such as in the valley or up on the ridge).

This is a scientific fact that Tahitian Noni International has understood from the very beginning. They knew that in order to get the most safe and effective product, they would need to produce a "blend." This blend combines the fruit from various islands in French Polynesia, which is already of superior quality, into an ideal mixture of naturally healthful materials.

This then gives the consumer the best of all possible worlds. For example, if the noni grown on one location has the highest vitamin content, and the noni grown on another island has the most proxeronine, then by combining the two the body benefits optimally from both. And it's all natural. This is highly simplified, of course, but you get the idea. Tahitian Noni International has a 100% natural blend that is effective, safe, and consistent. And they are the only company that can do it.

To make an effective noni product such as this, a company must first have a thorough understanding of the science of noni, including the ability to analyze in minute detail all the materials that are contained in the various noni plants. Second, the company must have available a wide cross-section of noni plants, grown under optimal conditions, that they can harvest and scientifically blend to provide the ultimate natural product to bless the body. Tahitian Noni International does not change the noni in any way. They just bring the natural juice together in an ideal mixture. Tahitian Noni International has their own laboratories, testing facilities, and full-time scientists (not researchers, but Ph.D. scientists) who specialize in noni science.

They have had these from the beginning and have understood what they are doing from the beginning. They know more about noni, what it is, and how to produce the most effective product than any other company in the world. In fact, to my knowledge, I'm not aware of one other company that has the capability to even test for the levels of the dozens of components founds in noni. Noni is a very complex gift of nature. With regard to noni capsules -- you be the judge (based on what I've shared with you here). Tahitian Noni International does not produce a noni capsule. That says something. I hope this is helpful. If I can assist you further, please let me know. Sincerely,

Dru White
Executive Partner

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