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Doctor's Best, Noni Concentrate, 650 mg, 120 Veggie Caps

Item # : 1495
Manufacturer SKU : 753950000964
Product Code : DB0096
Package Details : 120 Veggie Caps
Serving Size : 2 capsules
Serving per Container : This bottle will last for 60 Days
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Doctor's Best, Noni Concentrate, 650 mg, 120 Veggie Caps
Price(र)  : 4478.00

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Best Noni Concentrate is a whole-food supplement containing pure non-GMO Noni fruit powder (Morinda citrifolia). Recognized as a valuable food by the U.S. government for nearly 60 years, Noni fruit contains vitamin C, enzymes and other beneficial substances. Noni fruit has a long history of traditional use in South Pacific island societies as a versatile folk remedy.

Suggested Use:

As an herbal supplement, take 2 capsules three times daily, with or without food.

Supplement Facts:

Serving size: 2 capsules

Servings Per Container: 60 servings


Amount Per Serving

% Daily Value

Noni (fruit) (Morinda citrifolia)

1300 mg

† Daily Value not established.

Other Ingredients:

Modified cellulose (vegetarian capsule).

Contains nothing other than listed ingredients

Q. What is Noni?
A. Noni is an evergreen shrub or small tree that grows throughout the tropical regions of the Pacific Ocean, from Southeast Asia to Australia. Noni has a history of use as a topical preparation for joint pain and skin conditions. Today, noni fruit juice has folk uses as a general health tonic and for cancer and chronic conditions such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes. The noni fruit is most commonly combined with other fruits (such as grape) to make juice. Preparations of the fruit and leaves are also available in capsules, tablets, and teas.

Q.What are the benefits of Noni?
A.The benefits are as follows:
Lowers Cholesterol:
Having an abnormal level of lipids in your blood is a strong risk factor for cardiovascular disease. Because smoking cigarettes can lead to high cholesterol from oxidative stress, researchers conducted a study to examine the effects of noni. The study involved 132 participants described as heavy smokers. Participants drank noni juice or a placebo for a month. The results showed that drinking 29 to 188 milliliters of noni juice significantly reduced total cholesterol and increased levels of high-density lipoprotein -- a good form of cholesterol. Noni also reduced low-density lipoprotein -- a bad form of cholesterol. The results were published in the 2012 edition of "The Scientific World Journal."
Lowers Blood Sugar:
Animal studies have yielded promising results in the area of blood glucose control. Researchers at the University of the West Indies conducted one such study and found that noni possesses blood sugar-lowering properties. The study involved giving noni or diabetic drugs to diabetic rats for 20 days to study the effects on blood sugar. The study found that noni was similarly effective as diabetic drugs at lowering blood sugar. The results were published in the October 2010 issue of the journal "Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine."
Combats Fatigue:
Used to combat fatigue, a finding confirmed by some clinical studies that produced improved quality-of-life scores in the areas of energy level and physical functioning. To further investigate the ergogenic potential of noni juice, a team of Chinese researchers conducted an animal study.  In their findings, published in the November 2007 issue of "Phytotherapy Research," researchers reported that older mice that had been given noni juice significantly outperformed older mice in the control group that had not received the juice. The older mice receiving the juice turned in performances that were comparable to those of much younger mice in the control group. Researchers concluded that their findings “confirm the reported use of noni juice to combat fatigue, improve endurance and increase overall physical performance.”
Promotes Cellular Health:
First isolated from noni juice by University of Hawaii researcher R.M. Heinicke, prexeronine is an alkaloid precursor to xeronine, a compound that plays a critical role in the maintenance of cell health. Heinicke’s studies led him to conclude that healthy levels of xeronine promoted optimal function of the body’s many proteins. In his preliminary studies, he found that noni’s effects on xeronine production made the juice useful in the treatment of arthritis, atherosclerosis, depression, gastric ulcers, hypertension, menstrual cramps, pain relief and sprains.

Q.What are the dosage of Noni?
A.Commercial products that contain noni juice or a juice concentrate are widely available and heavily promoted. These preparations have either eliminated the odor or altered the taste to make it more palatable. Tablets and capsules of the fruit and of the whole plant are also available. The usual recommendation is the equivalent of 4 ounces of noni juice 30 minutes before breakfast. The typical recommendation is 2 tablespoons daily for liquid concentrates or 500 to 1,000 mg daily for powdered extracts. According to noni promoters, it should be taken on an empty stomach and not together with coffee, tobacco, or alcohol.  However, there is no scientific evidence for this recommendation.