Noni Fruit Concentrate and the Nitro Effect


Noni (pronounced NO-nee) is a tropical fruit from the Morinda citrifolia tree.

This tree and its fruit grow in volcanic soil in Southeast Asia and Polynesia.

Noni is a lumpy, mango-sized fruit that is light yellow and green in color. By itself, Noni is very bitter and has a pungent smell that is often compared to ripe cheese; but don’t worry, while noni is the featured ingredient in Kyäni’s Nitro Xtreme, it has a great pomegranate flavor!

Polynesian peoples have used noni for over 2,000 years. Noni fruit is packed with antioxidants and is said to be an excellent source of Vitamin B, Biotin, and Folate.

Today, noni is mostly consumed as a juice blend or combined with other flavors in a liquid form. The Noni juice is packed with potent antioxidants and may provide several health benefits.

Kyäni’s Nitro products (Nitro Xtreme and Nitro FX) contain extracts from the Noni fruit, which, along with antioxidants, your body can use to support nitric oxide production—one of the most important signaling molecules in the body. Nitric Oxide promotes healthy circulation and energy; but along with these great benefits, Nitric Oxide also helps support your body’s ability to absorb nutrients – this is called the Nitro Effect. 

To optimize The Nitro Effect, take your Nitro Xtreme right before your other Kyäni products or a healthy meal.

Nitro is a key pillar in the Triangle of Health, and a lot of thanks can be given to the powerful Noni concentrate used alongside the other all natural Nitro ingredients for its great success. 

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DISCLAIMER: This information relies upon scientific research on certain ingredients in Kyäni products. None of the studies examined Kyäni product specifically, and there is not necessarily a relationship between the results of these studies and any Kyäni product. Neither the studies nor the statements and products referenced here have been evaluated by the United States Food and Drug Association. Kyäni products are not intended to, and do not, diagnose, treat, cure, prevent, or mitigate any disease or condition.

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