This medication is a dietary supplement that can be taken by car medical drugs without consultation or prescription from a doctor.
Produced from powder Noni, radiation-free and preservative free, a box is equivalent to 20 days of treatment
Noni capsule may be used in addition to or instead of Noni juice. This form is very convenient for travel. Dried extracts of noni, in the form of capsules also help overcome the disadvantage of this super fruit: the smell.
It is also possible to consume juice in the morning and evening, and one capsule in the afternoon.
• Internal use: fight bacterial, viral, fungal or parasitic; prevent the formation or spread of tumors, helps support the best chemotherapy sessions, relieve rheumatism, gout and arthritis; treats menstrual disorders, the immune system develops, regulates diabetes
• External use: treatment of wounds, sores and inflammation.
Proxeronine: the mysterious beneficent substance
Most of the benefits associated with noni juice are due to proxeronine it would contain. From this compound, the body synthesize xeronine, a molecule essential for the proper functioning of cells.
Capsule dosage of noni
3 capsules a day for 20 days, either in the morning or 1 before each meal (morning, afternoon and evening), then rest 5 days and resumption of a new treatment period for under 16 take 2 capsules morning before breakfast
• Pregnancy and lactation. Although no adverse effects have been reported regarding the noni use during pregnancy or breastfeeding, some sources estimate that pregnant women and nursing mothers should refrain from drinking it. Note that, traditionally, drinking Polynesian noni juice to rebuild their strength after childbirth, so during the suckling period. By cons, leaves and fruit have been used traditionally to induce menstruation and for their abortifacient (unspecified determinations).
• Liver toxicity. Liver disorders have been reported in people who had drunk noni0 juice. But in 2006, a European scientific panel concluded that it is unlikely that normal consumption of noni cause liver damage. But there is no anthraquinones in noni, according to a toxicology analysis published in 2007.