View Full Version : Tahitian Noni????
03-23-2005, 06:40 AM
Has anyone used or have any opinions about Tahitian Noni? I've heard great claims, but want to find out a little more before spending so much $$.
03-23-2005, 07:02 AM
to sell it. Those who used it liked it a lot ~ especially older folk could feel the difference. Less aches and pain. For me, I became allergic to it so stopped using and selling. I don't believe it to be raw though, if that's of importance to you.
03-23-2005, 10:29 AM
Hi, Noni is not raw, I didn't care for the taste or the way it made me feel.
I drank Xango for a while I liked the taste, again didn't care for the way it made me feel.
A little jittery, kind of like I had coffee, but that could be just me.
It isn't raw either.
Personally, If I was going to spend that kind of money, I would buy fresh organic produce and juice it myself. Or buy a really nice juicer, or whatever.
When I went 100% raw, I sold all of my Xango, 8 bottles for what I paid for it, and got $320 plus the shipping and handling that I paid of $56 extra dollars.
03-23-2005, 11:14 AM
I don't know much about Noni juice, sorry;
but I have heard that Goji juice is really good.
You might compare the two and see if Goji has any benefits you are looking for.
I believe it is raw (and expensive).
I think you can find info at www.rawfood.com
03-23-2005, 11:22 AM
Thanks for your input, Revvell, Rawpriestess and Punky. I just started juicing at home. I've read a little about the goji juice on David Wolf's site. The person trying to sell me the Noni was bashing the goji juice. It gets so confusing!? :confused:
03-23-2005, 04:41 PM
She's probably never tried the Goji juice. Mostly, when someone is selling something, they are spewing the party line. She might not even be doing the Noni herself.
For me, after having done a lot of stuff ~ Sunrider (still think it's a wonderful product), Noni (o.k. for some, not for me) and ummm, hmmm, what's that other one? Anyway, the last one was about losing weight, not about being healthy AND they use LOTS of sugar in their products.
So! for me now, just back to nature and natural. Raw food, juices, etc. We're also turning our home/retreat into more and more green ~ sheets, bed, cleaning products, etc. Life is good!
Enough rambling ~ :D
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