Organic Noni Fruit Powder

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Noni Fruit

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Botanical Name: Morinda citrifolia

Common Names: Lada, Indian Mulberry, Nono, Och Plant, Hog Apple, Mora de la India, Wild Pine

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Product Name   Size Origin SKU Price Qty
Organic Noni Fruit Powder 1 lb India 209462-51
Organic Noni Fruit Powder 4 oz India 209462-54
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Noni Fruit (Morinda citrifolia)

Medicinal herbs come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, and the Morinda citrifolia, or more commonly known as the Noni Fruit, is no exception. The Morinda citrifolia is grown from an evergreen shrub found all throughout the South Pacific, most predominantly in Tahiti and Hawaii. Noni Fruit Powder is a wonderful natural source of vitamin C and enzyme enhancing alkaloids, along with many other added natural health benefits.

The Noni Fruit is a plant native to Polynesia and the islands of South Pacific. This evergreen shrub thrives in the volcanic soil of the Hawaiian Islands, and was once the most commonly used natural herbs of the Pacific for medicinal purposes. Recently, the fruit is still widely recognized for its natural health advantages.

Noni Fruit Powder is a great source of helpful acids and alkaloids for the body and is an abundant source of vitamin C, which possesses numerous benefits to your overall health. Morinda citrifolia traditionally was used in Polynesia as a dye.

Warning: Not to be used during pregnancy.

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Questions & Answers for Noni Fruit

Is this Noni Fruit powdered by a cold milling process? I have concerns with ANY powdered botanical due to Kosher considerations about whether it is cooked or freeze dried etc.
Question by: James on April 09, 2014
This item is not milled via a cold milling process (though properly milled items should not reach extreme temperatures even on normal milling equipment), but is certified Kosher.
Answer by: Starwest Staff on April 09, 2014

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