The truth is there is nothing mystical or magical about Tahitian Noni juice.
Noni fruit from Tahiti is the same as Noni fruit grown in Hawaii. Or Samoa, India, China, or Malaysia. Because merciful God has provided His children with more than one herbal medicine growing on a single tiny island in the middle of the Pacific ocean.
The real reason the so-called "unique chemical footprint" of Tahitian Noni differs from Hawaiian Noni is because Tahitian Noni juice is not pure Noni juice at all--but rather it is a watered-down concoction of several different juices, such as grape and raspberry, preservatives, and artificial flavors.
In fact, we would be concerned if our juice WERE the same as Tahitian Noni juice and we would be working around the clock to find out where the contamination had come from.
FACT: Tahitian Noni juice isn't even made the way people who live in Tahiti make it!
This is how Tahitian Noni juice is made and marketed in the United States:
The pulp or puree (not the juice) is shipped across thousands of miles in huge tankers, a voyage that takes many weeks. After arriving in the U.S., the juice is trucked to a manufacturing plant, where in order to restore the Noni pulp to a juice-like consistency, water and other fruit juices are added.
The final product is then slickly packaged and sold via a multi-level marketing organization, which makes it very expensive.
Sure, it's a great business, especially for those at the top of the pyramid, but it's not so good for you or me, or just the average person who really needs Noni juice for their health.