Not all Noni juice is created equal

(Anonymous) #1

I’m going to have this thread removed for personal reasons and for the

information that Sensei posted below.

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(Egoli.buster) #2

In fact our Ugandan friends Dr. Kayiwa, Dr. Batibwe et al were also full of praise for this juice.

Can’t be that bad then?

Georg

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(Anonymous) #3

That sounds like a ringing endorsement for drinking Tahitian Noni juice to me

Georg, Thank you for sharing that intel.

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(Egoli.buster) #4

I know little about the nutritional or medical benefits of Nonni juice, only wanted to say the one I saw in Uganda, was not connected with any MLM scheme as far as I know. A bottle was 8 or 9 US dollars. Normally western stuff gets marked up quite considerably before it reaches the street in Africa, so that seemed moderate to me.

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(Anonymous) #5

Thank you Dennis

for putting up that link that outs the MLM Co. that markets Noni juice for over $30.

a bottle.

I happen to like Noni juice and will shop for it at fair market value, which you pointed out to be somewhere around $10.

Selling it and recruiting distributors is something a friend encouraged me to do, but

upon reflection and your greatly appreciated information on the subject, it no longer seems to benefit anybody, least of all the poor blokes that end up paying $30. a bottle for it.

Sounds like your experience with it paid off after all.

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(Anonymous) #6

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