High blood pressure, cancer, arthritis, chronic pain-these are among the most widespread and debilitating diseases known to man. Yet for centuries, island cultures from the Pacific and other regions have used noni, a bitter fruit, for its powerful ability to effectively treat these and dozens of other disorders. Author Neil Solomon, MD, provides a detailed examination of the historical uses of noni, the modern research concerning its principal ingredients, and a wealth of data from various doctors and health professionals from around the world, all of which indicates noni could be one of today's most exciting and promising nutraceutical healers.
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Neil Solomon, M.D., Ph. D., is a Johns Hopkins-trained physician, a New York Times best-selling author and a former L.A. Times syndicated columnist. He presently spends his time educating the public through writing and lecturing, and serves as a consultant to the United Nations and the World Health Organization.
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