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Sunday, January 24, 2010



 Noni (Morinda Citrifolia) is a fruit with extraordinary health properties that most people around the world have never heard of.
 Noni has been successfully used for over 2,000 years in Polynesia.
 Noni grows wild on over 200 islands in French Polynesia and has multiple harvests each year.
 Polynesians call noni a “Gift from God”, yet it took over 2000 years to bring it to market in a drinkable form due to the horrible smell and taste of the raw fruit.
 TNI employs over 5,000 specially trained harvesters.
 Each bottle of TAHITIAN NONI® Juice can be traced back to the specific island and picker for quality control.
 TAHITIAN NONI® Juice has become French Polynesia’s #1 leading industry.
 TAHITIAN NONI® Juice is 89% pure noni with the remaining 11% being made up of Natural Grape and Blueberry with no added chemicals or preservatives.
 TAHITIAN NONI® Juice seems to operate on the very basic and critical cellular level and that may explain why it’s such an amazing product.
 TAHITIAN NONI® Juice supports the immune system, which supports the body’s natural ability to fight disease and infection, promoting proper cell function.
 TAHITIAN NONI® Juice is a superior Antioxidant that helps your body rid itself of harmful free radicals and increases your energy level.
 TAHITIAN NONI® Juice supports proper digestion, which means you absorb more nutrients at the cellular level.
 TAHITIAN NONI® Juice supports the metabolic system, which helps you enjoy increased energy and vitality.
 TAHITIAN NONI® Juice works synergistically with other food supplements and/or medications.
 TAHITIAN NONI® Juice works optimally in conjunction with other antioxidants.

Commonly Asked Questions

“Will we ever run out?” Not in the foreseeable future as noni is currently harvested off of only 12 of the 200 islands and it is a non-seasonal fruit – grows year round.

“Does it affect medications?” No.

“Does it have to be refrigerated?” It should be refrigerated once opened.

“How much should I take?” 1once daily for healthy people, preferably before meals. This amount can be adjusted depending on individual need.

For more information, please refer to website www.tahitiannoni.com/cherylfaithe

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