One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Juice made from the fruit of the noni tree, used as a traditional remedy in the Pacific Islands.‘she's heard that drinking noni juice may lower her cholesterol’
- ‘Another case report of acute toxicity linked to noni juice ingestion, this time in a 14-year-old.’
- ‘We have been warned of the reputation of noni juice for - ahem - enhancing masculinity.’
- ‘The study also suggested that the remedial efficacy of noni juice is at par with some of the well-known commercially available analgesic drugs.’
- ‘The anti-cancer qualities of noni juice have been traditionally trusted and advocated by the modern science.’
- ‘The obscure noni juice derives from the fruit of the Morinda citrifolia tree found in South-east Asia.’
- ‘Since the earlier times noni juice has been valued for its effectiveness in fighting infections and other ailments attributing to the presence of valuable polysaccharides.’
- ‘I shopped in Costco who had started to sell Noni Juice.’
- ‘The author designed a site entirely devoted to noni juice and its advantages.’
- ‘It's a spellbinding performance made even more potent by the draughts of noni juice I'm imbibing as I watch the beautiful maidens.’
- ‘The serum contains noni juice, which besides conjuring a tropical idyll is supposed to perk up a dull complexion.’
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