For many millennia in Polynesia, Noni fruit drink forest used as a useful household products. Spread over the entire group of islands 'Queen Plant', as they call this plant the locals, is associated with wealth of stories about the beautiful fruit of the size of a potato, are inseparable and integral part of Polynesian culture. Modern History of Noni fruit resembles a fairy tale about the 'ugly duckling'. Noni tastes like old cheese, in some areas of the islands in the air, spread its tangible smell. In the past, most locals drink used only in emergencies. Fertility shrubs Noni (Botanical name Morinda Citrifolia) provides up to 12 harvests per year and usually the fruit rot through the natural way.
In in recent times, this fast-growing wild fruit was substantially cut down. One day in 1993, local resident told two American specialists in the food industry, one of the legends of Polynesian noni fruit as the miraculous fountain of youth. It is with great distrust they have decided to try the juice, but after a few days found that the overall health has improved markedly. They had the idea to make this juice on an industrial scale. Three years after the start of the sale of juice in America it has become extremely popular. In 1998, in a survey among 400.000 regular consumers of juice tahitian noni 79% of people said they would remain in the future consumers of this product.
Popular among Polynesian fruit, in turn, became a national pride: virtually One night drink tahitian noni Juice has become the number one export product, and its previously unused property given today to the development of industry and create thousands of jobs. And the 'ugly duckling' into a 'Perfect Cygnus'! Studies of several independent University of America gave the following results: Juice tahitian noni – one of the most important discoveries of recent decades, carried out in the field of natural nutrition. Discovery made Professor and Dr. Ralph Heinicke 30 years ago, was of great significance in the synthesis of protein, which is involved in food processing and cell division.