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Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Medicinal Trees Noni Treats Over One Hundred Disease from Cancer to Back Pain

By Liliana Usvat    
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Scientific name

Morinda citrifolia is the scientific name for the noni tree


It is in the family Rubiaceae.  Rubiaceae or occasionally called the Coffee Family is a group of flowering plants.  An interesting aspect to the noni tree Morinda citrifolia, is that it flowers on the outside of the fruit. There are relatively few fruits that produce flowers.  Usually plants will grow flowers, and then from the flower comes the fruit. Mulberrys also behave this way.

There are six total varieties of noni trees that produce noni fruit.  However, only one variety is medicinal.  The Polynesians knew this, so that is the type that they decided to introduce to Hawaii.  Noni contains over 165 compounds that are healthy for the human body. 

The adult tree can reach up to 40 feet in height, producing 20 lbs. of fruit by age five, and reaching 500 lbs. of fruit production thereafter. Noni fruit have been used as famine sustenance and as folk-medicine for centuries.

Medicinal Uses

Noni Treats Over One Hundred Disease from Cancer to Back Pain
Noni Fruit Lowers Cholesterol

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, the roots, known as Ba Ji Tian, have been used to treat abdominal pain, impotence, and menstrual disorders

People with long-term chronic diseases sometimes see Noni Juice as a last resort. Even though we know that Noni juice seems to have helped many sufferers with their condition, we can only recommend that people start taking Noni as a healthy beverage to supplement their diet. As they say, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

Noni Juice – Noni Drink Health Benefits : Energy, Sleep, well-being, Diabetes, CANCER, HIV-AID
Digestive Stimulant: Noni juice has traditionally been used as a laxative.
Anti-oxidants & Rejuvenation: Research has shown that Noni juice exhibits better antioxidant activity than grape seed extract and pycnogenol. To strengthen body system against allergic diseases like asthma, allergic rhinitis and skin eruptions.

Analgesic: The Noni tree is also knows as the ‘Painkiller and Headache tree’. Noni has been found to be 75% as effective as morphine sulphate in relieving pain without the toxic side effects.

Antibacterial, Antifungal and Antiparasitic: With the presence of active compounds like anthraquinones, scopoletin and terpenes, Noni is effective against bacteria and fungus.

Anti-inflammatory: Noni juice has shown similar results to the newer over-the-counter anti-inflammatory drugs, called non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).
Anti-tumor/ anti-cancerous: Noni juice contains noni-ppt, which has shown anti-tumor activity.
Women Care
» To relive pre menstrual problems like depression, pain, mood swings and back ache.
» Can alter the Hormone replacement therapy for post menopausal syndrome
» For purifying blood and improves the texture of the skin.
» For Healthy & Shiny Hair Growth.
» To relive pre menstrual problems like depression, pain, mood swings and back ache.
» Can alter the Hormone replacement therapy for post menopausal syndrome
» For purifying blood and improves the texture of the skin.
» For Healthy & Shiny Hair Growth

Men Care
» Choice of daily tonic for highly skilled professionals like doctors, engineers, managers, business tycoons, advocates and IT Professionals
» Helps to enhance Sexual Activity
» Works as tonic and protector for regular smokers and drinkers
» Choice of health drink for the health conscious, who are regularly performing exercise or Yoga.

Senior Citizen
» To control diabetes and its complications.
» Depression, Insomnia & Other Mental Disorders.
» Problems of prostate, sexual weakness and urinary system.
» Before and after heart attack. Helps to reduce bad cholesterol and increase good cholesterol & for Mild to Moderate blood pressure.
» As an Adjuvant in the therapy of Angina.
» To relive constipation & regularize bowel habits.

» To slower the progress of the cancer.
» When chemotherapy, radio therapy or surgery is contra-indicated.
» To minimize the side effects of chemotherapy and radio therapy.

» Immunity Promoter in HIV-AIDS.
» Helps to slower the viral load
» To prevent and treat skin diseases like psoriasis, syphilis, acne, etc
This is an impressive list, but when you fully understand how Noni Juice works, you will begin to understand why so many aliments receive the Health Benefit of Noni.

This plant is known among the people of the tropics worldwide. For thousands of years, only the islanders have known about it. In Malaysia, it is known as Mengkudu, in Southeast Asia - Nhau, in Samoa and Tonga - Nonu, in Raratonga and Tahiti - Nono, and it is called Noni in the Marquises Islands and Hawaii.  Different people in  tropics have more than 70 names for this plant, but “Noni” is the most world-widespread name now.

Ancient manuscripts handed down from generation to generation, describe many uses for this plant.
The ancients revered and benefited from all the elements of the Noni plant - fruit, leaves, and seeds. It was an essential component of the Tahitian culture and folk healthcare that was used to sustain life and restore lost balance. 

Noni was first discovered and used long before recorded history in South East Asia and surrounded territiries, when ancient Indian scientists began examining the world of Nature and looking for plants good not only for food, but aslo to treat diseases and beneficial for health. They developed a medical system of using plants and natural treatments called Ayurveda, Sanskrit for "the science of life." A highly advanced system of natural medicine, Ayurveda is still being practiced today.

Noni was considered a sacred plant and is mentioned in ancient texts as Ashyuka, which is Sanskrit for "longevity." Noni was noted to be a balancing agent, stabilizing the body in perfect health.
When Europeans began exploring the islands of the South Pacific in the late 1700s, they noticed it was widely used by the native people. Captain Cook is his journals mentioned of his observation of the island natives using Noni for food and medicinally.

During World War II, U.S. soldiers based on Polynesian islands were instructed in their field manual that Noni was recognized as a safe food staple to eat to sustain their strength.
In the early 90s, food scientist John Wadsworth got wind of Noni fruit, and he went to Tahiti to find out more. What he found was a fruit high in antioxidants and rich in a history of helping people. He partnered with other scientists and spent nearly three years formulating Noni juice.
Since then, a new Noni’s  life began. Today, millions over the world are discovering the health balancing properties of this once hidden island secret.


Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Romanian Folk Remedies - Onion Vapors Cure the Flu

By Liliana Usvat
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Romanians got their Folk remedies from their ancestors Dacians a 9000 years old culture.

Two tablespoons of chopped onion place in 50 ml of warm water , add half a teaspoon of honey , leave to infuse for 30 minutes.   For stuffy nose and dripping nose use  three to five drops of the infusion.
 Eight to ten onions chopped boiled in a liter of hot milk until tender, then add a cup of honey. For angina take a spoonful of this decoction every hour throughout the day.  Gargle with a mixture of water, onion juice and table salt . 
For cough peel two medium sized onions , add a quarter cup of sugar, three to four cups of water and boil until you get a thick syrup . Take a tablespoon cite every three hours .  
For angina and abscesses use steam inhalations mix. The duration of treatment is 30-40 days, and after a month of rest , repeat therapy .  
Inhaling onion steam also cure the sniffles . As a means of inhalation, porridge of chopped onion or onion leaves freshly prepared is only active for 10 - l5 minutes (afterwards bactericidal action stop in contact with air).  
For flu in people are using so-called onion pads : give a quick grated onion, onion then packed in a piece of gauze and put 15 minutes into his nostrils in the morning, noon and night .
 Fresh onions are placed on wounds , burns , if the pus .  
The juice of onion and garlic ( in proportion 1:3 ) is used for inhalations if respiratory diseases : bronchitis , laryngitis , tracheitis . For inhalation it takes 2 ml of solution . 
For hemorrhoids bake an onion , peel , cut into small pieces , put into a cheesecloth and apply on the painful place (but). 
 For impotence may be used both fresh onions , as well as in the form of injection : Two or three chopped onions are placed in 400 ml of water, drinking 100 ml of the infusion  three times a day .

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Mosquito Repellent Trees Clove Tree: Syzygium aromaticum Medicinal Uses

By Liliana Usvat

Clove Tree: Syzygium aromaticum. Type: Tree. Height: 20-30 feet. Spacing: 25 feet apart. Light Requirements: Full sun to partial shade. Additional Uses: The flower buds are the spice of commerce, and attracts wildlife to the garden.

The clove tree is an evergreen growing to 8–12 m tall, having large leaves and sanguine flowers grouped in terminal clusters. The flower buds are begin a pale hue before gradually become green, then transitioning to a bright red and are ready for collection. Cloves are harvested when 1.5–2 cm long, and consist of a long calyx, terminating in four spreading sepals, and four unopened petals forming a small central ball.

Cloves are used in the cuisine of Asian, African, and the Near and Middle East, lending flavour to meats, curries, and marinades, as well as compliment to fruit such as apples, pears, or rhubarb.

Traditional medicinal uses

Cloves are used in Indian Ayurvedic medicine, Chinese medicine, and western herbalism and dentistry where the essential oil is used as an anodyne (painkiller) for dental emergencies.

Cloves are used as a carminative, to increase hydrochloric acid in the stomach and to improve peristalsis. Cloves are also said to be a natural anthelmintic. The essential oil is used in aromatherapy when stimulation and warming are needed, especially for digestive problems. Topical application over the stomach or abdomen are said to warm the digestive tract. Applied to a cavity in a decayed tooth, it also relieves toothache
In Chinese medicine cloves or ding xiang are considered acrid, warm and aromatic, entering the kidney, spleen and stomach meridians, and are notable in their ability to warm the middle, direct stomach qi downward, to treat hiccough and to fortify the kidney yang.

Because the herb is so warming it is contraindicated in any persons with fire symptoms and according to classical sources should not be used for anything except cold from yang deficiency.

 As such it is used in formulas for impotence or clear vaginal discharge from yang deficiency, for morning sickness together with ginseng and patchouli, or for vomiting and diarrhea due to spleen and stomach coldness.

Cloves may be used internally as a tea and topically as an oil for hypotonic muscles, including for multiple sclerosis.

This is also found in Tibetan medicine. Some recommend avoiding more than occasional use of cloves internally in the presence of pitta inflammation such as is found in acute flares of autoimmune diseases.

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