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tlhess
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   Posted 4/21/2006 9:04 AM (GMT -6)   
I heard, and I know it sounds cliche, from a lady at the salon that she "knows" some people who drink noni juice and have pretty good success with it for migraine relief.  Has anyone heard of this?  Have you tried it??  I can't seem to find out one way or the other around here, but I would hate to invest in something that won't work, or even worse...make the migraine worse.  Thanks for your time and input!
 
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tysmyboo
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   Posted 4/21/2006 6:33 PM (GMT -6)   

I hate to say this but I NEVER believe in "those" kinds of things...

SORRY


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ladybud
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   Posted 4/21/2006 6:56 PM (GMT -6)   

I have a friend who takes it for parkinsons and it helps with her tremors but doesn't get rid of it.  Anyway, she swears by it and has been drinking in for 2 years now.  But, I've never heard of it used for migraines.

Personaly, I'm desperate enough...what's the harm in trying.  Even some minimal effect is better than nothing for me.

I'm interested to hear if anyone else has heard it used migraines.


tlhess
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   Posted 4/22/2006 5:51 AM (GMT -6)   
I bought some yesterday and I am going to try it.  I must say one downfall is...it is really NASTY tasting  sad !  It says it is best if ingested alone, but you can mix it with water or juice.  My husband said to maybe try cran-grape, or something else with a strong taste of its own.  I will let you know how it makes out! 

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crohndi
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   Posted 4/24/2006 5:46 AM (GMT -6)   
i think it's a bit dodge. i remember a man trying to sell it to me for my Crohn's

ladybud
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   Posted 4/24/2006 10:23 PM (GMT -6)   
I've been doing a bit of research on Noni juice. I can't find anything harmful regarding it. To buy it online is really expensive. Costco is selling it for a fraction of the cost.
I'm going to buy it this weekend.
I put a lot of stuff in grapefruit juice. It disguised almost anything.
Vicky

tysmyboo
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   Posted 4/25/2006 4:50 PM (GMT -6)   
I didn't figure it would be harmful!!! I am just figuring I have wasted enough money over the years on scams...to "Cure" my migraines.
 
 I have a few pet peeves...
 
-the phrase "pet peeve" (If I ever had a pet named peeve...someone shoot me!)
-PEOPLE WHO SAY THE WORD CURE AND MIGRAINE IN THE SAME SENTENCE....(don't even think about it!!!)
-people who take advantage of those of us who are sick and desperate to feel better/"normal"
 
(I have more but these are my top 3 pertaining to being Migraine pet peeves tongue )
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tecnosgirl
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   Posted 7/30/2012 11:17 PM (GMT -6)   
I found Noni back in the 2003 or so. I had be stricken with Bell's Palsy. A few months before this a lump was found in my breast. I also suffered from chronic migraines. I started researching cures for Bell's Palsy and decided why not try it. I spend days researching Noni and my researched showed the Tahitian Noni seems to have more restorative properties.
When it came in the mail. (I ordered it from the manufacturer in Tahiti.) I placed it in the fridge to cool it down, and about 3 hours later took my first shoot glass (approx 1 oz) and told my husband I would never take it again because of how nasty it tasted. But I went to bed and the next day had 25%-30% of my movement back in my face. So I decided okay take it like a nasty shot of Whiskey throw it in the back of the throat and swallow. I gagged less the second time. The following day I woke to find 80% of my facial movement back, and I could almost shut my eye completely. So I took another dose. That third morning when I woke up I had 100% movement back in my face.
Other things started to happen too. For one, the lump in my breast started to surface. about a week after taking Noni, a pimple like thing appeared on my breast. When I went to exam it, it popped and a smelly hard substance came out. My next mammogram showed the lump was completely gone. (wish they would have biopsied it when it was first found, instead of wanting to watch it grow)
The next thing I noticed is that I hadn't had a migraine in over a month. Noni does work for Migraines. I no longer suffer from chronic migraines. I still get one occasionally but they are not as intense as they had been. I use to be at the ER every week for them. Once the prescription medicines didn't work. I have not had to go to the ER since I found Noni Juice.
After my experience, my father who had a spot on his nose, had a biopsy on it. While waiting for the results of that biopsy, my mother started rubbing Noni directly on the spot. When he went back for his results a week later, the doctor was amazed that the spot was gone as his biopsy came back that is was skin cancer. They did another biopsy that day and the test results showed no cancer.
I am about to have my husband start taking it to see if it helps with his swollen prostate. I hope to find it works its magic for his prostate as it has with many other conditions.

tecnosgirl
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   Posted 7/30/2012 11:18 PM (GMT -6)   
Oh I forgot to mention, that all the research says you should buy it in a glass bottle, plastic breaks down the restorative properties quicker than glass does.

tecnosgirl
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   Posted 7/30/2012 11:23 PM (GMT -6)   
For digestive disorders noni works on Ulcers, Pine Nut oil works to reverse 98% of other digestive disorders. My oldest daughter was diagnosis with Uclerative Colitis and after many medicines and hospitalizations I found Pine Nut oil for her. The before and after pictures of her colon is amazing, they told me by the time she was 15 she would have to have her colon removed. After 2 weeks on the pine nut oil 3 times a week, the symptoms were gone. Her next tests showed no signs of the disease.
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