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Tahitian Noni Fruit
                      Morinda citrifolia
Discover the difference nature makes

We have a hard time calling Tahitian Noni®  Juice a product, because to us it is truly a gift.
Noni Juice is not a concoction built in a laboratory. It is simple and pure, and while we may slip and call it a product from time to time, please understand that we think much more of Tahitian Noni® Juice than that.

* Tahitian Noni® Juice is packed full of iridoids that will make you healthier, give you more energy, and help strengthen and balance the whole body.* Building on hundreds of independent studies on the noni fruit, Tahitian Noni® Juice is validated by more than a dozen human clinical studies. It's the perfect antidote to today's stressful life. 







100% Sustainability

Noni Juice also known as Morinda citrifolia has been used by French Polynesians for over 2000 years.  More than a Product, Tahitian Noni® Juice  is more of a blessing. This simple gift from a pristine paradise has set in motion a mission that will capture the attention of the world.

Thousands of years ago, people living on the islands of present-day French Polynesia discovered the powerful health-supporting properties of a fruit that grows in abundance in the Tahitian Islands - the morinda citrifolia fruit. These people began using Noni in all of their preparations, making it the health foundation of their civilization.

    In 1993, food scientists John Wadsworth and Stephen Story discovered NONI fruit, (Morinda citrifolia) through a friend who had recently returned from French Polynesia. They studied and researched the fruit for three years before successfully developing the methods for harvesting, processing, and bottling the Tahitian Noni® Juice without sacrificing its critical natural elements.

In July of 1996, Morinda introduced Tahitian Noni® Juice to the World. This is a significant achievement for several reasons: Noni Juice had never before been on the market anywhere in the world. John and Stephen succeeded in overcoming the difficulties involved in harvesting the noni fruit; it grows only in the wild and must be harvested in the wild.

For people who are not raised around Morinda citrifolia fruit, it has a slightly objectionable taste that John and Stephen were able to overcome using only natural fruit juices. It is necessary to harvest Morinda citrifolia fruit at the correct stage of maturity in order to maintain the quality of the juice.  The harvested fruit must be handled properly in order to preserve the maximum potency.

 TAHITIAN NONI® Juice Quality

Paradise's Perfect fruit.  The island's first inhabitants, John Wadsworth, and even today's visitors are all amazed by one of Tahiti Nui's qualities: its paradisiacal beauty.  The rich volcanic soil, pure water, and pristine air have allowed these remote islands to become the epitome of paradise--truly nature's last great Eden. 


It is this quality that has allowed noni to flourish.  Noni from Tahiti Nui is at least 20% higher in nutrients than noni from anywhere else in the world; and nowhere else will you find noni in such natural abundance.  That's why these tiny, South Pacific islands are the source of noni for Morinda.  Come enjoy the wholesomeness of Eden as only the purest noni can provide: Tahitian Noni® Juice.


Every product created by Morinda passes through a strictly controlled manufacturing process.  From certified harvesting all the way to packaging and shipping, each step follows exact guidelines and is monitored by Morinda.  As a result, the important properties of noni, the well-being of the trees, and the integrity of the islands are protected and maintained. 


Years of careful research and planning have been invested into creating the perfect health product.  At the same time, those years have been a time of protecting not only the paradise of Tahiti Nui, but the incredible future of these beneficial products.  The precious noni plant prized by Tahiti first settlers will continue to bless the lives of their descendants and millions of people worldwide for years to come

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