When talking about the noni fruit and all of its medicinal attributes, experts throw around numbers and forms of measurement as a method to prove to the how very, very good for you the noni is (Which it is).
But, what do these numbers really mean?
If you don’t understand the numbers, how can you possibly choose the right form of noni for you and your family?
Wikipedia states that twelve hundred milligrams of noni holds an astonishing 9.8mg vitamin C, .048mg of niacin, 32.mg potassium, as well as iron, vitamin A, calcium and sodium.
But how much is 1200mgs?
Sounds like a pretty big number, but actually it’s quite small, less than half an ounce. Remember that 16 ounces make one pound, the equivalent of 6 plums. Based on the estimate that one large noni fruit weighs roughly one pound, that means one pound of noni is a total of 453,592.37 mgs., which means there’s A LOT of vitamins and minerals in every noni.