Noni fruit drink can be found at brick-and-mortar health food shops in addition to online vendors. It’s also available from different members of multi-level advertising businesses, but it is advisable that you purchase from an established seller.
Noni fruit beverage can be expensive – sometimes $60 per liter, but a little goes a long way. Recommended dosage is only a couple of ounces daily, on an empty stomach for best absorption.
You can purchase any of three basic forms of noni fruit drink. The purest form is made from pure noni juice. There are no pulps, seeds, leaves, or bark. It includes the maximum concentration of nutrients. Keep in mind that the label may claim the contents to be 100% noni juice, but there may still be water added. (The additional liquid lowers the pungent flavor )
The next purest form is pureed noni fruit. This is entire noni fruit, minus the seeds. The concentration of nutrients isn’t as large as with pure noni, but there’s a far wider array of nutrients, giving you a few of the more fibrous areas of the fruit. While buying noni juice produced by this approach, start looking for a 70% juice concentration or higher.
The third kind of noni juice is powder to be mixed with other fluids, such as raspberry juice, cranberry juice, or orange juice. It normally takes 10 to 20 lbs of noni fruit to make 1 pound of powder. To re-hydrate, just pour powder in a volume rate 1/10th to 1/20th that of the desired quantity of liquid. It’s available in bulk for approximately anywhere from $20 to $60 per pound.