February 2001 Issue
Noni: No Proof Herbal Juice Works
Q. Iíve heard that noni juice can boost the immune system. Does it really work? A. The evidence doesnít support that. Noni juice comes from the fruit of the Morinda citrifolia tree, also called Indian mulberry. It is native to Southeast Asia, Hawaii and other islands of the Pacific, where it has been used as a medicinal remedy for thousands of years to treat headache, back and muscle aches, joint inflammation, high blood
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