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How (and Why) Did Noni Make it to Hawaii?

How (and Why) Did Noni Make it to Hawaii?

Did you know that many of the plants and animals associated with Hawaii arent actually native to the islands at all? In recent history,... Read More

By: Steve Frailey Thursday March 3, 2016 comments Tags: raw food noni, canoe plants, polynesians, noni history

Our Journey with Noni

Our Journey with Noni

When my wife and I moved to Kauai, back in 1982, we could never have imagined where wed be today. We certainly didnt realize that the noni tree s... Read More

By: Steve Frailey Tuesday January 26, 2016 comments Tags: steve frailey, noni history, organic noni farm, noni ORAC value

Letters From Steve Nov 2015- Traditional Uses for Noni Fruit

Letters From Steve Nov 2015- Traditional Uses for Noni Fruit

Have you experienced the healing benefits of nonifruit, also known as Morinda Citrifolia ? Today, you will learn more about this amazing fruit, have... Read More

By: Steve Frailey Wednesday November 18, 2015 comments Tags: morinda citrifolia, noni tree, noni history, canoe plants

Hokulea Polynesian Voyaging Society: A Legacy Worth Protecting

Hokulea Polynesian Voyaging Society: A Legacy Worth Protecting

In todays world, where most of us navigate by GPS-enabled smartphones, its hard to remember how challenging navigation really is! Particularly for... Read More

By: Steve Frailey Thursday October 29, 2015 comments Tags: polynesians, noni history, canoe plants

The History of Noni’s “Discovery”

The History of Noni’s “Discovery”

We talk a lot about the ancient Polynesians and how they used raw noni fruit , internally and externally, to maintain good health and heal a... Read More

By: Lola Frailey Tuesday October 27, 2015 comments Tags: noni history, canoe plants, raw food noni, polynesians

How to Use Noni Fruit the Traditional Way

How to Use Noni Fruit the Traditional Way

Polynesians and native Hawaiians have known for centuries that noni is a powerful plant for healing. The Polynesians brought noni as one of their 27... Read More

By: Steve Frailey Friday September 11, 2015 comments Tags: noni history, canoe plants, raw food noni, polynesians

Canoe Plants: The Ancient Wisdom of Environmental Stewardship

Canoe Plants: The Ancient Wisdom of Environmental Stewardship

Can you imagine moving to a strange new land, able to bring only what would fit in your small, seafaring canoe? What would you bring with you? What... Read More

By: Steve Frailey Thursday August 20, 2015 comments Tags: canoe plants, noni history, organic farming

Letters From Steve Dec 2014- What is Noni?

Letters From Steve Dec 2014- What is Noni?

What is Noni? My personal journey w ith Noni has been quite a learning experience. When my wife and I moved here over 30 years ago, we purchased... Read More

Thursday December 4, 2014 comments Tags: scopoletin, noni for pain, natural pain relief, morinda citrifolia, noni history, noni tree

Letters From Steve Nov 2014- Are you familiar with Noni fruit or Morinda Citrifolia?

Letters From Steve Nov 2014- Are you familiar with Noni fruit or Morinda Citrifolia?

Aloha! Are you familiar with Nonifruit or Morinda Citrifolia ? In this months Newsletter, you will learn more about this amazing fruit, have... Read More

By: Steve Frailey Monday November 3, 2014 comments Tags: morinda citrifolia, canoe plants, noni history, noni tree

Letters From Steve Oct 2014- What is Noni and its History?

Letters From Steve Oct 2014- What is Noni and its History?

WHAT IS NONI AND its HISTORY Noni, Morinda citrifolia, is in the family Rubiaceae, which includes such notables as Coffee, Gardenia, and... Read More

Thursday October 2, 2014 comments Tags: morinda citrifolia, noni tree, noni health benefits, polynesians, noni history