Chances are that you have heard about the virtues of Noni fruit which can be taken to help prevent arthritis, heart disease, digestive disorders, infections, gynecological problems, diabetes and cancer. Though there is some controversy about this wonder fruit, the fact is that it contains vitamin C, niacin, iron, potassium, and also calcium and sodium. It also contains substances called phytochemicals, which have a medicine-like effect on the body. Here we will explain how to make a delicious, all natural, homemade Noni juice.
How to make natural Noni juice.
Pick fully ripened Noni to prepare the juice.
Wash the fruit. (Be careful not to blemish the skin when you wash.)
Put the fruit inside a large sterile airtight container so it can age.
Put the container outside for several weeks, ideally from 6 to 8 weeks. During this time the fruit will ferment and the juice will separate and accumulate on the bottom of the container.
When the fruit has finished fermenting, strain the juice in order to remove most of the pulp.
Store in the refrigerator in a glass container.
You should drink 1 to 2 ounces of the Noni juice in the morning. If you think noni juice has a strong taste, you can add fruit juice or honey to sweeten it.