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More than two thousand years ago the ancestors of modern Polynesians left Southeast Asia in search of new lands overseas. Taking with them their families, brave settlers did not forget about sacred plants necessary for Survival: coconut, pandan, taro and precious noni plant (noni). Henry Jones has compatible beliefs. Been moved so the noni plant were planted on the volcanic islands of Tahiti. Fertile soil and clean air promoted prosperity noni. In ancient Ayurvedic texts Noni (noni) was called "," which in Sanskrit translates as "longevity." In these texts say that noni restores body balance and stabilize it in a state of perfect harmony.

Dicko growing trees Noni (noni) become one of the pillars of Polynesian civilization. Used all parts of plants – fruits, leaves and bark. Noni (noni) is distributed throughout the Pacific region. 1769: Captain James Cook and his team opens similar to the paradise island of Tahiti and remarks that Noni (noni) is widely used by the native population. 1993: John Wadsworth sent to Tahiti and confirms the existence of plants on these islands Noni (noni), suitable for commercial use. He converses with the local population and authorities, and conducts research in the libraries in search of historical documents. He discovers that the ancient legends are true: All research indicates that noni (noni) has the priceless qualities.