Anyone try Noni juice?

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Anyone try Noni juice?

by Barbara_B_17 on Fri Dec 19, 2003 12:00 AM

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Has anyone out there tried Tahitian Noni juice for to help cure cancer? Someone gave me a case of it a swears it has helped many people with cancer and other health problems. I am currently on chemo taking Doxil and not sure if I should try it. I would check with my Dr. first but I just want to know if anyone has tried it first. Thanks. Barb

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by Joanna_C on Tue Dec 23, 2003 12:00 AM

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I read somewhere that Noni juice thins the blood. Therefore it is better to avoid Noni juice before an operation. Other than that, I have not heard anything good about noni juice, except from the people who sells it. I have heard of many kinds of anti-cancer food, which I am taking on a regular basis : garlic, onions, broccoli, cabbage, carrot, flax seeds, soy products, lots of fruits and vegetables. Take care, Jo

Noni

by Martha on Tue Jan 11, 2005 12:00 AM

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My mother just under went brest cancer surgery and radiation last year. She took Noni thoughout her radiation. She says it boosted her energy and made her feel all around better. She still takes it with her breakfast every day. Her Noni comes in a bottle and it looks like maple syrup. She has decided she is going to take it for the rest of her life. She also takes Lino (like an herbal tea).

Noni Juice

by Ilona1 on Sun Jan 23, 2005 12:00 AM

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Yes I tried the noni juice, someone also gave me a case and I did drink it, I am also on chemo and I found that the one thing the noni juice gave me more energy.I did not continue to use it, but it didn't hurt to try it. Mei

Noni Facts

by Kitesurf on Sat Apr 30, 2005 12:00 AM

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Regarding Noni: Hello, i've heard nothing but positive information on noni as an immunological boost, memory enhancer, physical perfomance enhancer, etc. The scientific literature is out there.Http://www.Samento.Com.Ec/sciencelib/nonimain.Html i've been using it for years and it does seem to boost my performance and clarity....My smoker's cough is almost gone and my wife uses it dermally for her eczema. Recently i've read that they are now using it in cancer clinical trials. The price is steep from many people offering, especially the tahitiian noni, I did some searching and found the best quality and price here for noni: http://us.Ebid.Tv has anyone else found solid scientific evidence? Back to top

Wolfberry Juice

by Rose_123 on Sun Sep 04, 2005 12:00 AM

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Hi, I drink a juice that contains wolfberries and other fruit juices. It has been wonderful and very healthful. I read the charts on comparssion of benefits. This one with the wolfberry seems to be best. Rose

Noni

by Kitesurf on Tue Sep 27, 2005 12:00 AM

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I have been taking it for several months. I can tell you that I feel more energetic, have more endurance, and sleep better. My wife says it has helped her as well. I found some great facts and articles here: http://www.noninorth.com/

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by Marlingirl on Sun Dec 31, 2006 12:00 AM

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On 12/19/2003 Barbara B. wrote:

Has anyone out there tried Tahitian Noni juice for to help cure cancer? Someone gave me a case of it a swears it has helped many people with cancer and other health problems. I am currently on chemo taking Doxil and not sure if I should try it. I would check with my Dr. first but I just want to know if anyone has tried it first. Thanks. Barb

I was diagnosed nearly four years ago with anal sqamous cell carcinoma and was treated with chemo and radiation. The tumor went away and I was cancer free.  During a regular follow up checkup in August, the doctors  found two tumors in each lung...a met from the original tumor, not lung cancer.

I started taking Noni juice right after the latest diagnosis and alerted my oncologist that I was taking 6 ounces per day.  He didn't endorse it, but did not tell me not to take it.  I have been taking chemo since Oct.30th-5FU, carboplatin and Erbitux.  I have done extremely well during the treatment, much better, according to my Dr. than my previous treatment.  I have not lost my hair, only a few pounds, and I look and feel very well, considering all the poison.  I contribute this to lots of people praying for me, and Noni Juice.

I would tell anyone fighting cancer to add Noni Juice to their diet.  I realy feel that it's helped me.  God bless you all.  I pray for us all daily.

Deborah

 

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by Davev on Fri Feb 02, 2007 12:00 AM

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In my opinion after researching many juices including noni and goji and xango, the seabuckthorn berry surpasses all of them.  I'm sure it wouldn't hurt to take any of those juices, but the one berry with the most scientific research and the most nutrition is seabuckthorn.

Just type in google "seabuckthorn juice" and read all of the research done by scientists around the world especially in China.

There is a company by the name of Sibu that has the best seabuckthorn juice on the market.

How do I know it is the best?  The processing is done right from the Himalayas by their own company and they put more seabuckthorn puree in the juice then any other "juice" company with their main ingredient.  For further info just email me at

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by Reeree on Mon Feb 26, 2007 12:00 AM

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Hi, my uncle was diagnosed with lung cancer last month(January 2007), they detected the cancer too late and now it is in an advanced stage. My uncle has started his chemotherapy and underwent 14 straight days of radiation to the brain. Several people have told us about the Noni juice and how it cures arthritis, joint pain and many other ailments. We decided to give Noni juice a try and my Uncle has been drinking the Noni juice everyday, some people even told us to maybe stop the chemo for a while to see how the does by itself, but we haven't made that decision yet. I agree that the Noni juice did give him an extra boost before he started taking chemo, but once he started chemo his energy level has dropped. Maybe we should take him off chemo for a while and give him the Noni juice, whether it will totally take the cancer away that has yet to be seen. At this point we're desperate and we will give anything a try. I've also talked to several people that have mentioned that the chemo does you more harm than good, and that it does in fact kill some of the cancerous cells but at the same time it kills the good ones too. I've noticed that since my uncle has been on chemo he's been a little weaker and a bit delusional.  It makes me wonder if we should just give him the Noni Juice and do away with the chemo for a while to see if any changes occur.  If anyone out there has any suggestions, please let me know. Honestly at this point all I can do is pray, pray, pray!
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