What is Noni ?
Noni fruit is one of the precious traditional medicine originated from Southern and Central regions of Viet Nam. Naturally, it is dried from fresh noni. In some cases when you can not buy freshb fruit or the time to travel is too long that the noni can’t be preserved, you should use dried noni.
Nutrition Facts of Noni fruit
There are 150 substances found in dried noni fruit, including beta-carotene, calcium, linoleic acid, magnesium, potassium, protein, vitamin B complex and antioxidants such as vitamin C… Besides, it especially contains prexonine. When this compound combines with the enzyme prexoronase (in the stomach) will form xeronine. The process when protein combines with xeronine will form blocks that are capable of producing energy and helping healthy cells grow.
Dried noni can relieve pain and improve chronic pain. It is acknowledged that dried noni lesens pain symptoms from chronic back pain or arthritis. In fact, the scientific name of the dried fruit, Morinda citrifolia, means killing pain in many cultures.
Dried noni is a source of energy. Recent research has shown that the nutritional value of dried fruit is very good. According to a researcher at the University of Hawaii, the production of substances such as nitric oxide (NO) and cytokine are important substances that the dried fruit looks for and removes cancer cells. Other scholars have shown that dried fruit has a strong antibiotic activity against bacteria such as E.coli.
Dried noni also helps us increase physical activity: improve health. In addition, it prevents people from constipation due to diseases such as arthritis, fibromyalgia, autoimmune diseases and chronic fatigue which restrict physical activity.
Moreover, it can recover and prevent various diseases. This effect is clearly the fact that dried noni has been used in the treatment of many major diseases for thousands of years. Experience in recent studies suggests that it is an effective remedy.