A juice by any other name could not taste like it…or be as good for you.
It’s called Noni juice, or maybe you’ve heard of it by one of its many different names: Cheese fruit, Indian mulberry, jus de Noni, Ba ji tian, Hawaiian Noni, Hog Apple or Canarywood.
Drink it and fight wrinkles.
These white, hard, nubby fruits have other anti-aging qualities. They carry serious loads of anti-oxidants – the main reason it makes a great wrinkle fighter. These anti-oxidants battle any free radicals in our bodies thus preventing damage to our cells.
Noni juice also helps to create xeronine in our bodies, which is another substance that strengthens and repairs damaged cells.
FYI – should you find some noni fruit – don’t eat it. The fruit’s nutritional profile before juicing is impressive but … it is gross and disgusting to taste, and has an unpleasant smell. The juice has a sour flavour but is often mixed with strawberry, raspberry or grape to make it more palatable.
If you can stomach one ounce twice daily you’ll notice a miraculous fading of wrinkles around the eyes, lips and forehead. Who needs dermabrasion?!
And for those of us who need to stave off that touch of arthritis in our fingers, knees or toes, noni juice might be the ticket. It has been used by Hawaiians and many other people from the South Pacific (where it grows in abundance) as a topical salve for joint pain and skin conditions.
Plus it will strengthen your immune system by stimulating it to fight bacteria, germs and viruses.
It also boosts the serotonin in your brain leading to clear thinking, eagle focus and a general sense of well-being.
Best of all, noni juice helps your body to achieve a more alkaline state. Alkaline equals good health. Acidity equals disease and poor health.
So, hold your nose and chug it down. Then sit back and let your body thank you.