Children And Tahitian Noni Juice

Is Tahitian Noni Juice Safe For Children?

The answer to that question is a resounding “Yes”.  Now, here I am speaking about the brand of noni which is produced by Morinda Bioactives, the first and original noni on the market – Tahitian Noni® Juice. This is not to be mistaken for the product put out by Tahitian Gold and other companies which they advertise as Tahitian Noni Juice.

Have a look at this video for some more information:

Research has been carried out regarding the safety of this particular product. In 2002 the European Commission for Health and Consumer Protection Directorate-General allowed Tahitian Noni® Juice into Europe as a “novel food” after extensive safety testing. Another clinical trial is listed below.  It would be interesting to see if any other noni company has bothered to carry out safety research on their product.

When you have your children drink any noni drink make sure it is the brand on which all human clinical trials have been conducted – Morinda Bioactives Tahitian Noni Juice

Safety Clinical  Trial

Conducted by: The British Industrial Biological Research Association (BIBRA).

Published in: Journal of Food Science

Description: 96 people, double-blind, placebo-controlled, one month trial, high dose of 750 ml/day (¾ bottle)

Results: Tahitian Noni® Juice absolutely safe & reduced number of illness related events

http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/118601402/abstract?CRETRY=1&SRETRY=0

Use in Children

One of the best tests of whether a product works or not is to use it with children and animals. These two groups have no or very little (in the case of children) placebo effect (it works because they think it will).

We and thousands of others have used Tahitian Noni® Juice for children in cases of ezcema, asthma, viruses such as colds and flu and other viruses, recovery from injury, bites and stings, wound healing and a multitude of other health issues.

How Much Should Children Drink?

In early childhood children generally drink 1/4 of an adult amount.  Remembering that there is no “dosage” as such because it is a fruit juice with no toxicity.  We recommend that an “average” amount for an adult daily is 30mls (1 ounce) /twice a day.  So that would mean about 7-10 mls (2 teaspoons) of Tahitian Noni® Juice twice a day for a small child. Obviously as they get older larger amounts can be drunk.

We generally encourage people to drink more in the following situations:

1.  an illness is starting (the acute stage) – hourly consumption

2. degenerative diseases and other serious diseases such as cancer – a regimen would be established for each case.

3. an individual has multiple health conditions – as for 2

4. elite athletes – as for 2

5. migraine or asthma attack onset – these are special occurrences and carry their own recommendations which we will set out in future posts.

In these situations we recommend drinking Tahitian Noni® Juice hourly to provide the body with the iridoids it needs to strengthen its immune system fight disease .

Be sure to go to leave comments below of any results you have seen with Tahitian Noni Juice consumption and children.

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6 thoughts on “Children And Tahitian Noni Juice

    1. allthingsnoni123 Post author

      Hi Caren,
      My brother-in-law has 4 autistic children and they use both Tahitian Noni Juice and the TruAge Max (both from Morinda Bioactives and found on our website http://www.allthingsnoni.com). These are great for wellbeing and immunity as well as a host of other issues. There is a 4 bottle/90 day 100% money back guarantee on the products with no questions asked. Please be aware that postage is not included in that guarantee, only the cost of the juices. All the best and let me know if you have any further questions.

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