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Fruit juices, crushed wine is being advertised by the manufacturers as a nutritious and curing, and should be taken daily. Is it true or not?
 
Morinda citrifolia, commonly known as Noni, is a tropical plant growing mainly in Polynesia, Hawaii, the Caribbean and Malaysia, with a height of 3-6 meters. Fruiting after one year of cultivation and can harvest 8 kg of fruit per year. The plant family consists of nearly 7 000 species, mainly tropical origin with therapeutic properties. The fruit is shaped like a rough potato with small seeds like skin on pine nuts. There is a yellow color, when the color is white. Named as 'cheese' or macaque because of the unpleasant oil ring. This is the kind of fruit Polynesian people usually display on the tray, and always used in antiseptic. They also use juices to relieve insect bites.
 
People use only leftover rice to collect water and combine with some other fruits to produce water known to the world. This type of water is increasingly diversified nationally. In tropical countries people use fresh leaves to cover the burns. Cracked fruit is used in cases (such as fever, muscle and joint pain, skin sores ...).
 
Function
 
Although there are many mysteries from the fruit has not been discovered yet, but in the immediate future people have recognized the ability to enhance the immune system and increase the power from many useful ingredients in the fruit such as:
 
- Vitamins B1, B2, B6, A, C (120 mg / 100 g)
 
- Minerals, micronutrients.
 
- Alcaloid, flavonoid: antibody stimulation
 
- Scopoletine is able to elasticize the vessels.
 
- The enzyme proxeronin 800 times higher than pineapple.
 
However, to date has not been the primary goal of human clinical trials, it is not yet possible to determine the therapeutic value and potential of the traditional remedies it is given.
 
In 1980 Ralph Heinicke, a professor of biochemistry, found that the fruit contained many proxeronine, a substance that the body converted to xeronine, which he said was important for the system. immunity. But his experiments did not reach the bottom line of human research. Be aware that even the presence of proxeronine is just a hypothesis and this molecule has not yet been characterized.
 
Therefore, manufacturers are still cautious and advise us to drink less than 30 ml per day of fruit juices alone, and often in combination with other fruit juices such as grapes, pineapples, strawberries, or do not add honey. Some people also use fruit juices while processing certain foods to add flavor.
 
Contraindications
 
As with all plants, in addition to the beneficial features, the fruit also has features that can be detrimental to health that we have not fully deciphered, so the medical advice when using products from Breastfeeding should be used with caution in pregnant women and nursing mothers, although no recorded effects are noted.
 
Possible side effects:
 
Hepatotoxicity: A history of liver failure has been reported as a result of over-consumption of the juice; Although current medical records suggest that juices do not cause liver toxicity, but safety is above all.
 
Fields: Due to high levels of potassium (equal to tomatoes and oranges).
 
Just as in any situation, abusing a substance, even if it is healthy, can be troublesome for us. Thus, the golden rule is 'just enough in the slightest.'
 
Source: Millionaire Millionaire Club
 
http://www.clbtrieuphunoni.com/
 
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Posted by Noni Health Club on May 18, 2011 in Noni Work
 
 
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Provence is a popular plant growing in our country. It has pharmacological effects such as: light and long laxative, mild diuretic, calm the nerves on the sympathetic nervous system, lower blood pressure ...
 
Folk have experience using crepes with salt to help ease digestion, laxative, make medicines, hemorrhoids, eczema, cough, asthma, tendon pain, diabetes. Studies have also found that high levels of selenium are a trace element that has anti-cancer effects.
 
Eating fruit also add sugar to help treat muscle aches. Because, the fruit itself is effective to calm the sympathetic nervous system, cuff tendon pain, with painful aches and pains are good and safe to eat. People with stomach pain (cataracts) eat fruit crushed sugar is not harmed either because the fruit has a laxative effect and long-term, will help you to defecate should benefit patients.
 
 
 
Scientific Name: Morinda Citifolia
 
Last Name: Coffee: Rubiaceac
 
Ingredients of egg yolk rough, 5-6cm long, when young
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