Kids Need TruAge Max

Make TruAge Max a part of your daily routine. Establish a pattern for giving Noni to your children. Ideally, give Noni at the same time every day. Take a moment now and decide what time that might be.

Think Noni first. Learn to reach for it at the first sign of illness, or when first aid is required.

Determine the most age-appropriate way of giving Noni juice. Some take Noni like medicine. They take it from a dropper, or by the spoonful, just as they would a decongestant. Others drink it like juice.

Let them learn by example. Usually as your children watch you take Noni, and listen as you explain how Noni is helping you and others in the family, they will want to try it themselves.

Creative ways to give Noni to babies and children:

  • Mix Noni with another fruit juice. Or make a version of Noni Tea using five ounces of apple or grape juice and one ounce of Noni. Some children prefer this mixture warmed.
  • Make homemade frozen juice-pops with Noni fruit juice mixed with other fruit juices.
  • Mix Noni with applesauce, cottage cheese, or other favorite foods.
  • Give Noni to infants with an eyedropper, or add it to their bottles.
  • Give Noni to infants with an eyedropper, or add it to their bottles.
  • Let children drink their Noni with a straw.
  • Give children their Noni in a colorful container that is usually not used for drinking, such as a toy stacking-cup.
  • Let them choose a special cup from your cupboard, or buy a special one at the store that will be used only for drinking Noni.
  • Let them drink straight from the Noni bottle. Even though you won’t know exactly how much they drink, their body’s intelligence will likely inspire them to take as much as they need.
  • NONI COMPRESSES AND POULTICES
    “Noni Compresses” are made from Noni fruit juice alone. “Noni Poultices” contain equal parts of Noni and purified water.
  • DIFFERENCES BETWEEN NONI POULTICES AND NONI COMPRESSES
    • Adding water to Noni awakens an energetic quality of Noni that prompts it to penetrate the body. Therefore, Noni Poultices have a greater tendency to move Noni’s healing compounds more deeply into the body. For this reason, Noni Poultices are preferred for organ conditions, because organs lie more deeply inside the body. Noni Compresses are preferred for wounds and joint and bone conditions.
    • Noni Poultices may be applied at room temperature or heated. Heated poultices feel particularly soothing to the area of which they are typically applied. Heating undiluted Noni can destroy Noni’s healing compounds. Therefore Noni Compresses are applied at room temperature or chilled.
    • Because Noni Poultices consist of both water and Noni, they are more economical to apply to larger areas. Noni Compresses are preferred for smaller treatment areas.
  • HOW NONI POULTICES AND NONI COMPRESSES ARE SIMILAR
    • Both may be used for pain.
    • Both may help accelerated healing, and improve flexibility and circulation in the treatment area.
    • Both may soften and heal the skin on which they are placed.
    • Both may soften and heal the skin on which they are placed.
  • USE NONI COMPRESSES FOR CONDITIONS SUCH AS:
    • Athletic injuries.
    • Injuries and conditions of the bones and joints.
    • Injuries and conditions that require cold therapeutic applications.
    • Painful areas.
    • Sprains.
    • Swelling and inflammation.
    • To accelerate healing in areas where surgery has occurred.
    • Tumors.
  • NONI COMPRESSES AND POULTICES
    USE A NONI POULTICE FOR CONDITIONS SUCH AS:
    • Conditions that involve the internal organs.
    • Conditions that require a heated application.
    • Asthma, bronchitis, and other lung conditions.
    • Diabetes (when placed over the pancreas).
    • Painful abdomen (also be sure to consult a medical professional).
    • Sluggish or malfunctioning organs.
  • HOW TO MAKE AND APPLY A NONI COMPRESS:
    1.Select a compress pad large enough to cover the treatment area. Do not unfold gauze pads in order to cover a larger area. The pads will need to be several layers thick to hold enough Noni fruit juice. Use two pads side by side if necessary.
    2.Pour a tablespoonful of Noni fruit juice into a bowl. A tablespoonful is sufficient for most 4” x 4” pads. This is a typical size for Noni Compress.
    3.Place the pad on the Noni fruit juice, and gently press down on the pad to help it soak up all the liquid. The side that has soaked up the liquid will have a layer of pulp on it.
    4.When you remove the pad from the bowl, whip up any pulp that remains in the bowl using the pulpy side of the pad.
    5.Center the wet pad over the treatment area. The pulpy side should be touching the skin. The compress will feel cold.
    6.Cover the compress with plastic wrap, and then with an old hand towel. The plastic wrap and the towel will prevent clothing from bring stained by any Noni that may leak out. The plastic also keeps the compress moist. If your child prefers that the plastic wrap not touch his skin, simply fold the plastic so that it covers only the compress pad.
    7.If you child wants to move around while wearing the Compress, secure the Compress to the body. Use whatever material works best for the area of the body that is wearing the Compress. For example, try using gauze bandage, first-aid tape, an ace bandage, a towel, or bandanna. Be sure not to tie the Compress too tightly.
  • MORE ABOUT THE NONI COMPRESS:

    Keep the Compress in place for a few hours, or overnight.

    Apply the Compress once or twice a day (or each night before bed), until the condition improves.

    If a cold treatment is indicated, such as for sprains, wrap an ice pack in a thin towel and place it over the Compress.

    If a skin rash or pimples erupt after using a Noni Compress, toxins are probably being released through the skin. Drink more purified water to help flush the toxins through the kidneys instead.

  • NONI COMPRESSES AND POULTICES

    HOW TO MAKE AND APPLY A NONI POULTICE

    1.Select a poultice pad large enough to cover the treatment area. (If you are heating the Poultice using Method 1, make the pad extra thick to help retain heat).
    2.Determine how much liquid you will need for the Poultice. The amount will depend on the size of the thickness of the poultice. The amount will depend on the size and thickness of the poultice pad you are using. Remember, half of this amount will be Noni, and half will be purified water.
    3.Pour the amount of Noni fruit juice that you will need into a bowl. Measure an equal amount of purified water. Pour the water into the Noni fruit juice in a slow, steady, uninterrupted stream. While you are pouring in the water, swirl the two liquids together, or stir them for several seconds.
    4.Place the pad on the Noni fruit juice, and gently press down on the pad to help it soak up all the liquid.
    5.When you remove the pad from the bowl, wipe up any pulp that remains in the bowl using the pulpy side of the pad.
    6.Center the wet pad over the treatment area. The pulpy side should be touching the skin.
    7.Cover the Poultice first with plastic wrap, then with an old hand towel to protect clothing from any Noni that may leak.
    8.If the child wants to move around while wearing the Poultice, secure the Poultice to the body. Use whatever material works best for the area of the body that is wearing the Poultice. Try using a gauze bandage, first-aid tape, an ace bandage, a towel, or a bandanna. Be sure not to tie the Poultice on too tightly.

  • MORE ABOUT NONI POULTICES:

    Keep the Poultice in place for a several hours, or overnight. Apply the Poultice once or twice a day (or each night before bed), until the condition improves. Poultice can be applied hot. The heat may help Noni’s healing compounds to be absorbed into the body.

  • HEATING METHOD 1

    1.Pour Noni water mixture into a small glass or stainless steel pot. Put the pot on the stove over a low heat.
    2.Constantly stir the liquid, or swirl the pot to keep the liquid moving. Check its temperature often with your finger. Do not let the liquid simmer, boil, or become too hot to touch. If any portion of the juice is brought to too high a temperature, some of Noni’s healing compounds will be destroyed.
    3.When the Noni water mixture is hot enough, remove the pot from the burner.
    4. Lay the poultice pad on the liquid in the pot. However, before you place the Poultice on the body, test its temperature to make sure it won’t burn the skin.
    5.Place a sheet of plastic wrap over the heated Poultice. Then cover it with a folded towel to help retain the heat.

  • NONI COMPRESSES AND POULTICES

    Note:Do not use an aluminum pot. Do not use a microwave. Do not heat undiluted Noni fruit juice. If Noni is mixed with water and then heated, its healing compounds are less likely to be destroyed.

  • HEATING METHOD 2

    Use this heating method when you want the heat to last as long as possible.

    1.Apply the Poultice to the body. The Poultice will feel cold on contact, but it will heat up immediately once a hot towel is applied, as follows.
    2.Immerse a towel in a pot of heated water.
    3.Wearing rubber gloves for protection, wring out the hot water. Fold the towel so that it will cover the Poultice.
    4.Test the towel’s temperature to make sure that it won’t be too hot for the child receiving it. If it is, wait for it to cool or put a dry towel between the Poultice and the heated towel.
    5.Place the hot towel over the Poultice.

    Note:The towel can be reheated and reapplied without removing the Poultice.

  • SHOULD I USE A NONI COMPRESS OR NONI POULTICE?

    If you are not sure which to use, ask yourself:

    • Is the target area related to a bone, joint, or ligament? If so, use a Compress.
    • Is the target area related to a muscle, soft tissue, or an internal organ? If so, use a Poultice.
    • Would the target area benefit from a cold application? If so, use a Compress.
    • Is the ailment in the target area characterized by toxicity, swelling, or pus? If so, a Compress is preferred.
  • ABOUT COMPRESS PADS AND POULTICE PADS
    • Gauze pads and cheesecloth work well, but so do napkins and paper towels, which are more economical. Fold paper towels in half twice, so they are four layers thick.
    • Rolled gauze can also be used. Unroll the gauze, then fold it three or four layers thick, to an appropriate size.
    • To cover relatively large areas, use a facecloth.
    • Use sterile gauze pads, preferably the non-stick variety, over open wounds.
  • HOW MUCH LIQUID TO USE WITH VARIOUS SIZES OF COMPRESS & POULTICE PADS
    Note :These amounts may vary depending on the thickness and absorbency of the material used.
    • One 2” x 2” gauze pad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . One-half tablespoonful
    • One 4” x 4” gauze pad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . One tablespoonful
    • One paper towel folded in quarters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . One tablespoonful
    • One paper towel folded in quarters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . One tablespoonful
    • One paper napkin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . One tablespoonful
    NONI COMPRESSES AND POULTICES
    • Three paper napkins sandwiched together . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . One ounce
    • Three paper towels sandwiched together . . . . . . . . . . . . . One-and-a-half ounces
    • One face cloth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Three ounces
  • NONI POULTICES PASTE
    This is a form of concentrated Noni that includes the Noni Pulp. It is excellent for topical applications.
    • Athletic injuries.
    • Blisters.
    • Bruises.
    • Burns.
    • Canker sores.
    • Cuts and wounds.
    • Joint pain in relatively small areas.
    • Mosquito bites.
    • Sore Nail cuticles.
    • Sore throat.
    • Sunburn.
    • For conditions that can be aided by topical ointments.
    • And as a poultice to soothe ailing organs.
    The above list comprises but a few of the many applications of Noni Paste. Hopefully they will inspire your imagination to try the Noni Paste on other conditions as they arise.
  • HOW TO MAKE NONI POULTICES PASTE:

    Before you begin, turn the bottle of Noni fruit juice upside-down then right-side up a few times. This will mix the pulp, which tends to settle to the bottom of the bottle, with the more watery portion of the juice, which rises to the top.

    1.Pour one ounce of Noni fruit juice into a bowl.
    2.Let the bowel sit uncovered and outside the refrigerator for several hours or longer.
    3.Allow enough water to evaporate until the Noni has become a thick paste. It should have the consistency of apple butter. You will know when enough water has evaporated when you tip the bowl and the Noni stays in place.

    This recipe makes about one-and-a-half teaspoonfuls of Noni Paste. Double or triple the recipe as needed.

  • NONI COMPRESSES AND POULTICES
    MORE ABOUT MAKING NONI POULTICE PASTE:

    Cover any unused Poultice Paste with plastic wrap and store it in the refrigerator.

    It is important to monitor the Noni fruit juice while it is becoming Noni Paste. If you let too much water evaporate from the Noni, it will dry out. When this happens, Noni’s therapeutic value is lost. Dried Noni does not reconstitute when you add water. You will have to start over again with fresh Noni fruit juice.

    How fast Noni fruit juice will become Noni Poultice Paste depends on the humidity in the air. In dry climates, it may take only a few hours. In normal humidity it may take overnight or longer. If you live in a very humid climate, you may be unable to make Noni Paste indoors. An alternative is to place the Noni fruit juice in sunlight. Doing so can vitalize the Noni Paste with the sun’s energy. However, in sunlight, evaporation can happen very quickly, so be sure to keep a close eye on it. It would also be wise to cover the bowl of Noni with a wire screen, or something similar that would keep out insects but still allow evaporation to occur. Besides humidity, room temperature also plays a role in making Noni Paste. Noni can be left out for two days if the room temperature is below seventy degrees Fahrenheit. If the Noni rests for too long in a room much warmer than this, it can ferment and lose its therapeutic value. However, since you will not be ingesting Noni Paste, you can leave it out longer than you might if you were eventually going to drink it.

    Do not try to evaporate the water in the Noni using the stove. The temperature at which the water in the Noni fruit juice would steam away is high enough to destroy its healing compounds.
  • HOW TO USE NONI POULTICE PASTE:
    FOR CONDITIONS ON THE SKIN:

    1. Apply enough paste to cover the affected area.
    2.Allow the Paste to air-dry or cover it. If the area is relatively large, you could cover it with plastic wrap. If it is relatively small, use an adhesive bandage.

    FOR CONDITIONS INSIDE THE BODY:

    Noni Poultice Paste can also be used topically to treat conditions inside the body (such as ailing joints and organs).

    1.Locate the area on the body closest to the organ you wish to treat.
    2.Make enough Poultice Paste to cover the chosen area with Paste at least one-eighth of an inch thick.

    NONI COMPRESSES AND POULTICES

    1.Spread the Paste over the chosen area. Cover the area with plastic wrap to prevent the Noni from staining clothes, linens, or furniture.
    2.Keep the Paste in place for at least an hour. Unless the condition would be aggravated by heat, feel free to increase the penetration of Noni’s healing compounds into the body by placing a heating pad over the plastic-covered Paste.
  • MORE ABOUT USING NONI POULTICE PASTE:

    Noni Poultice Place has advantages over Noni Compresses and Poultices. The Paste is easier to apply and much less messy because it won’t drip like the juice will. You can apply a thick coat of Noni Paste over an area, thus giving that area more Noni healing compounds per square inch than is possible with Noni compresses. This makes Noni Paste especially helpful for small areas.

    On the other hand, the advantages of Noni Compresses or Poultices include: they can be applied immediately—–you don’t have to wait a day to make Noni Paste, and they distribute Noni healing compounds more evenly over a larger area.

    In addition, it is better to apply Noni Compresses or Poultices over skin that is wounded or that has a rash. The concentrated Noni pulp may irritate the skin in these cases. And because the pulp would adhere to the broken skin, it would be more difficult to wash off. It would also be more likely to stain the skin purple.

    If the condition is associated with high toxicity, as in some tumors, you may prefer to keep the Poultice Paste uncovered. As Paste dries out, it emphasizes the Noni’s ability to draw toxins from the body.

  • NONI EAR DROPS

    Noni Ear Drops are effective for children. The two methods for applying Noni Ear Drops with or without an eyedropper.

    Try Noni Ear Drops for Conditions such as:

    • Chronic dizzy spells.
    • Headaches.
    • Ear infections.
    • Loss of hearing
    • Ear pain.
    • Impaired hearing.
  • How to apply Noni Ear Drops
    Method 1:

    1.Fill a clean glass eyedropper with Noni fruit juice.
    2.Hold the eyedropper in a bowl of hot tap water to warm the juice.
    3.Put a drop of the warmed Noni on the back of your hand to test its temperature. If the Noni is still too cold, put the dropper back in the hot water. If the Noni feels too hot, wait a minute while the air temperature cools if off, then retest.
    4.Have the child who is to receive the Noni Ear Drops lie down, facing sideways on the bed. Place a towel on the pillow, as any Noni that may leak out of the ear will stain the bed linens.
    5.Apply Noni Ear Drops by placing two or three drops of warm Noni fruit juice inside the ear.
    6.With your fingertip, gently rub behind the ear and just underneath it, to work the juice towards the eardrum.
    7.Pack the ear with a small piece of cotton.
    8.Repeat Steps 5, 6, and 7 with the other ear.
  • How to apply Noni Ear Drops

    Method 2:

    Use this method if you don’t have an eyedropper.

    1.Warm about two teaspoonful’s of Noni fruit juice as described in box below.
    2.Soak the end of a Q-tip in the warm Noni. Touch this wet end of the Q-tip against your cheek to check the Noni temperature.
    3.Press the wet end of the Q-tip against the opening of the ear canal. This will cause some of the Noni to drip into the ear. You may have to dip the Q-tip back in the Noni and repeat this step a few times. You can also squeeze the cotton tip between your fingertips to release the juice into the ear.
    4.Use the other side of the Q-tip to wipe away any Noni on the outer ear that didn’t make it into the ear canal.
    5.With your fingertip, gently rub behind the ear and just underneath it, to work the juice towards the eardrum.
    6.Pack the ear with a piece of cotton.
    7.Repeat this procedure for the other ear, using a new Q-tip.

  • HOW TO WARM NONI EAR DROPS

    1.Heat a glass or porcelain teacup by filling it with boiling water or very hot tap water.
    2.After about 15 seconds, pour out the water. The cup should be very hot.
    3.Quickly dry the cup and pour in a couple teaspoonfuls of Noni fruit juice.
    4.Apply the Noni immediately, before the juice cools.

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