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You must learn to let go. Release the stress. Gain Control !!
Founder, Bevu

The question, "What is Stress?" is complicated.

Hans Selye coined the term stress, as it is currently used, in 1936. Despite a lifetime struggle to find a satisfactory definition, in his later years all he could say when asked by a reporter to define it, was, "Everyone knows what stress is, but nobody really knows." The most commonly accepted definition of stress (mainly attributed to Richard S Lazarus) is that stress is a condition or feeling experienced when a person perceives that demands exceed the personal and social resources the individual is able to mobilize.People feel little stress when they have the time, experience and resources to manage a situation. They feel great stress when they think they can't handle the demands put upon them. Stress is therefore a negative experience. And it is not an inevitable consequence of an event: It depends a lot on people's perceptions of a situation and their real ability to cope with it.

How Stress Impairs Health

In Greek mythology, the monstrous Hydra terrorized visitors to a mystical lake. Beheading the Hydra was no easy task because it grew two new heads whenever one was cut off. The multiplying evil of the Hydra offers an apt analogy to the insidious ill-effects of stress in modern life. Chronic high levels of stress bring on a world of trouble on multiple body systems and can lead to…

  • Psyche: constant fatigue, difficulties in concentrating, forgetfulness, fear, panic attacks, sleeplessness, anger and moodiness.
  • Cardiovascular: escalation in pulse rate, heart palpitation, dizziness, cold hands and feet.
  • Muscles: muscle tension, headaches, back pain, shivering, teeth grinding
  • Breathing: Worsening of Asthma symptoms, shortness of breath, sighing often
  • Digestion: stomach pains, too much or too little appetite, nausea.
  • Fluid balance: sweating, wet hands and feet, difficulty swallowing, dry mouth, diarrhea, constipation
  • Immune system: long-lasting cold/flu, frequent infections, allergies
  • Unconscious measures to compensate for stress: an increased consumption of alcohol, cigarettes and pills.

When stressed, the body activates a tiny region in the brain called the hypothalamus that stimulates the suprarenal glands (red arrows) to release a surge of hormones, including adrenaline and cortisol (yellow arrows). Although the body's stress-response system is typically self-regulating, returning to normal after a perceived threat passes, constant stress can seriously disrupt almost all the body's processes, putting one at risk of a variety of serious health issues. Image © BSIP/Photo Researchers, Inc.


NONI contains the amino acid tryptophan:

NONI juice contains 17 amino acids among the total 20 amino acids (used to synthesize proteins) including all essential amino acids. Noni contains the amino acid Tryptophan, Tryptophan is considered essential because the body cannot manufacture its own. Tryptophan plays many roles in animals and humans alike, but perhaps most importantly, it is an essential precursor to a number of neurotransmitters (Serotonin being one of the most important) in the brain. As such, Tryptophan is the only substance that can be converted into Serotonin. Since Serotonin, in turn is converted into Melatonin, which has been shown in several good studies to assist in sleep. Tryptophan clearly plays an instrumental role in balancing mood and sleep patterns. Tryptophan may also be of some benefit in the treatment of some psychiatric disorders.When tryptophan is readily available, the body can use it if needed to increase serotonin levels.As such Tryptophan may be helpful for a variety of disorders, including anxiety, Stress, obsessive-compulsive disorder, migraine headaches, sleep disturbances, weight loss, PMS, obesity, and back pain.


NONI juice rejuvenates the cells of the body, in addition to vital organs and glands. This rejuvenation is mainly due to a substance called xeronine. According extensive research done by Dr. Ralph Heinicke, one vital element called proxeronine found in NONI juice is converted to xeronine in our body. Xeronine is distributed to cells within the body through the Golgi apparatus. Dr. Neil   Solomon illustrates how xeronine is distributed in the body by using the image of a mail carrier getting letters to the correct address. The Golgi apparatus is the mail carrier carrying the xeronine to all the addresses of sick cell that are in need of xeronine. Xeronine is necessary for the body to strengthen and repair cells in all of the body’s organs. In a very important laboratory experiment, Dr. Ralph Heinicke showed that 100 percent of the mice who were fed purified xeronine along with the deadly poison tetrodotoxin, survived. Conversely, 100 percent of the mice who were fed just tetrodotoxin died. These other results from his work show xeronine’s ability to rejuvenate and repair cells.

NONI contains the amino acid tryptophan:

NONI juice is extremely high in anti – oxidants. Anti-oxidants help to prevent the destruction of cells from excessive oxidation, super oxides, and free radicals:

Oxidation of the cells is caused by (among other things) stress. When the immune system is in overdrive from stress, then there is an overproduction of internal steroids and hormones that cause a snowball reaction leading to increased stress levels. The result of this process is that instead of being our body’s defense against disease, the immune system becomes our body’s adversary.

Further, NONI juice has macrophage phagocytosis immune system activity that makes it the single most effective therapy necessary to counteract an autoimmune system problem that is generally brought on by degenerative stress causing a chronic lack of gastrointestinal integrity.

Our autonomic bodily functions, systems and organs, expect to have the necessary neutraceuticals including, but not limited to vitamins, minerals, proteins, proper dietary and plant nutrition. Noni juice in the cells lessens the oxidative stress of DNA, thus preventing mutant protein synthesis, age related diseases and rapid aging, and this promotes a long quality, disease free life.

Poor nutrition, coupled with high levels of stress for long periods of time, is definitely a cause for illness. When we are under stress, our body releases the stress hormone cortisol, corticosteroids and other internals steroids. These hormones then cause the proinflammatory immune factor (IL-6) to be excreted. IL-6 exacerbates auto immune conditions. The powerful inflammatory immune factor also pulls calcium from the bones into the arteries, thus causing arteriosclerosis, atherosclerosis, as well as osteoporosis. It also destroys the individuals’ vitamin K. Noni Juice has over 150 phytonutraceuticals, including calcium. In addition, as an adaptogen, Noni Juice allows the body’s biochemistry to react more positively to the hormones and other substances released during a stress response.

Free Radicals

Important biochemicals in the body are typically made up like chains. When those chains are broken either by stress due to the overproduction of certain hormones inside the body, it is like a strand of pearls breaking apart on the floor. Try as you might, you cannot catch them all at once. Once a chain has been broken, our bodies cannot “round up” up these free radicals all at once.

Depending on the overall health of our bodies, free radicals may roam inside the body causing a lot of damage to cells. In fact, free radicals have been known to hit a cell so hard that it damages a cell’s mitochondria which is located in the center of the cell. This is where the rejuvenating ability of the xeronine found in Noni  and the antioxidants found in Noni juice is so essential.