I swear by noni... I even know of a case where it cured a cat with cancer...

Western Belize Happenings!

Noni fruit makes a homeopathic medicine.

The fruit is used in Belize as a homeopathic medicine. We got an old plastic yogurt container, half full of mashed up NONI fruit from our cleaning lady. Taking a spoonfull morning and evening. Anything that tastes so bad, just HAS TO BE GOOD FOR YOU? A neighbor grows it in her yard. We are going to plant a seed and see if we can grow it. Wife and brother-in-law, down with a heavy FLU, decided to try it. I chose to try it, as a preventative. So far, it is working for me anyway. To cover the flavor, I mix my standard glass of water with lime concentrate from the Citrus Valley and mix in a spoonful of the NONI goo.

Proponents claim the noni fruit and its juice can be used to treat cancer, diabetes, heart disease, cholesterol problems, high blood pressure, HIV, zheumatism, psoriasis, allergies, infection, and inflammation. Some believe that the fruit can relieve sinus infections, menstrual cramps, arthritis, ulcers, sprains, injuries, depression, senility, poor digestion, atherosclerosis, addiction, colds, flu, and headaches. It is further claimed that the juice can heal scratches on the cornea of the eye.

In India, proponents use noni as a remedy for asthma and dysentery, and folk healers in the Pacific islands use it for many types of illness. In the United States, some noni juice distributors promote it as a general tonic, stress reliever, facial and body cleanser, and dietary and nutritional supplement.

From another friend.....

I am drinking noni now, two shots a day. Started it for joint repair (I googled joint repair homeopathic remedies and came up with MORINDA which apparently is the same as noni.) TO be truthful, I think it is working - I have less knee pain, and am beginning to think it is helping with blood pooling around my ankles, and tightness and heaviness in my calves as a result of poor circulation.

I think the hype is true ... Buy the juice in a quart bottle for $39, prepared by Harry Guy. I have grown accustomed to the nasty taste.

From another friend.....

"Homeopathic" often means that the active ingredient is severely diluted until there's almost none of it left. If a homeopathic medicine works it's on the principle of placebo/snake oil.

The noni juice works because it's actual juice - a natural remedy that helps for various ailments not because it's some homeopathic abracadabra mumbo-jumbo.