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Enliven's Royal Pacific Noni®

What can it do for me?

There is a reason why our Company is called Enliven. To enliven means to give life to, to animate, vitalize, refresh, invigorate, stimulate, and exalt. That is exactly what ROYAL PACIFIC NONI does!

ROYAL PACIFIC NONI offers natural benefits that no other botanical can. It has changed people's lives all over the world. People love the way they feel when they take it. The Original brand of products based upon the use of the whole noni plant, ROYAL PACIFIC NONI® can change your life too. So, what is so special about it?

NITRIC OXIDE: The 1998 Nobel Prize for Medicine was awarded to researchers who discovered the effects of Nitric Oxide in the body. Nitric Oxide is a signaling molecule involved in "controlling the circulation of the blood, regulating activities of the brain, lungs, liver, kidneys, stomach and other organs". Enliven International funded breakthrough independent research that established that Royal Pacific Noni produces a Nitric Oxide effect in vitro in endothelial cell tests. It then created its exclusive NitrO™ product, which is specifically formulated to produce a maximum Nitric Oxide effect.

IMMUNE SYSTEM: supports the immune system's ability to combat infection and disease.

MENTAL CLARITY: NitrO™, ROYAL PACIFIC NONI Pure Juice, and Noni Tea can increase mental clarity and one's ability to concentrate.

DIGESTION: ROYAL PACIFIC NONI supports the natural digestion process and helps the absorption of nutrients.

ANTIOXIDANT: ROYAL PACIFIC NONI Pure Juice is an excellent antioxidant that helps free the body of harmful free radicals.

NUTRITION: ROYAL PACIFIC NONI Pure Leaf is a complete source of protein. The leaf is rich in beneficial photonutrients, bioflavinoids, enzymes, vitamins, minerals, and has over 20 amino acids, including the 9 essential amino acids necessary to form a complete protein.

SKIN: Parts of the noni plant contain substances that are specifically important to the skin.

Royal Society and Association of British Science Writers, May 1996.