Noni, (Morinda Citrifolia), 70 capsules
During drug withdrawal (also from legal drugs such as alcohol and nicotine), Noni can revert the neurochemical basis of any kind of drug addiction by “flushing” the brain with abundant Xeronine. It is unquestionably helpful against HIV and Aids but has – as other successful alternative remedies – to struggle against the influence of powerful pressure groups.
Administration against / in case of / for:
Aids, abscesses, allergies, age, anxiety, arthritis, arthrosis, asthma, autoimmune diseases, bacteria, slipped disc, beriberi, connective tissue diseases, blood fats, high blood pressure, blood cleansing, intestinal function, depression, diabetes mellitus (Type 1 and 2), drug withdrawal, pus, inflammatory inhibition, nutritional deficiency, obesity, fever, fibromyalgia, sore gum, cerebral apoplexy, gout, shingles, skin disturbance, skin blemish, herpes, heart diseases, lumbago, HIV, immune system, infections, carpal tunnel syndrome, bone fractures, focus, head lice, headache, cancer, particularly lung-, bowel-, stomach-, liver cancer and leukaemia, liver detoxification, liver cirrhosis, increased performance, gastric ulcer, gastritis, malaria, menstrual cramps, migraine, muscle build-up, oedema, pancreatitis, parasites, fungi, prostrate gland, smoking, drinking, addiction issues, dysentery, back pain, salmonellae, sleep problems, pains, pregnancy, debility, senility, sexuality and virility, thrush, digestive problems, disorientation, forgetfulness, viral infections, climacteric period, dental hygiene, toothaches, hyperacidity of the body.
Attention: This listing does NOT mean Noni can heal all above mentioned maladies but serves as a guideline on which diseases and ailments Noni can be used to initiate a healing process.
Dosage: 3 times daily, at least 30 – 50 ml before meal; can be mixed with fruit juice (i.e. pineapple juice). As a cure, to be taken at least 8 weeks up to 6 months. Also available as capsules.
Contraindication: Not for children, pregnant women, breastfeeding mothers, women seeking pregnancy and persons with kidney problems (see the advice of your GP).