Benefits of Noni Juice for Your Health

Noni juice is made from the fruit of the noni plant, a small coffee-like evergreen tree that can be found in the Pacific Islands, Southeast Asia, Australia, and India. Typically, it grows close to lava flows.

Medicine and dye are made from the fruit, leaves, flowers, bark, stems, and roots of the noni plant. Like most juices, noni juice is made by pressing the berries and mixing the juices with water and, occasionally, sweeteners. In traditional medicine, noni juice has been used for a long time to treat a wide range of conditions, including infections, constipation, general aches and pains, and arthritis.

Even though there is some scientific evidence to back up the claims that noni juice has health benefits, more research on humans is needed to look at juices from different sources and in a wider range of people.

Health Benefits There is insufficient scientific research to support many of the alleged health benefits of noni juice. However, there is evidence to suggest that noni juice consumption may:

Reduce Neck Pain Noni juice can be used to treat degenerative musculoskeletal conditions, according to research.

In one study, combining noni juice with specific physiotherapies reduced neck pain and stiffness in people with age-related spinal damage (cervical osteoarthritis or cervical spondylosis). However, physiotherapy alone is more effective than noni juice alone at reducing pain and increasing flexibility.

Enhance Exercise Performance Early research indicates that drinking noni juice boosts flexibility, balance, and endurance.

40 highly skilled athletes took 100 milliliters of noni juice twice daily in one study. Noni juice users reported improved antioxidant status and a 21 percent increase in endurance when compared to the placebo group. Include noni juice in your hydration plan if you exercise frequently to boost your energy and endurance.

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