Do you know about noni? This superfruit is widely used in alternative medicine to treat various ailments *, and as evidenced by a Mayo Clinic research, has great antifugal properties.
- (Arthritis, atherosclerosis, bladder infections, boils, bowel conditions, burns, cancer, chronic fatigue syndrome, circulatory weakness, colds, cold sores, constipation, diabetes, drug addiction, eye inflammation, fever, fractures, gastric ulcers, gingivitis, headaches, heart disease, hypertension, improved digestion, immune weakness, indigestion, kidney disease, malaria, menstrual cramps, menstrual disorders, mouth sores, respiratory disorders, ringworm, sinusitis, skin inflammation, sprains, strokes, thrush, and wounds.)
I have never tasted fresh noni. Not only because I live so far north it would be virtually impossible to obtain (without some sort of patenting), but also because it is said to taste conspicuously evil. Does that mean noni matcha is a bland experience? Red Leaf probably has a secret lab when they test all sorts of things and ingredients, where they took care of that one.
The taste ressembles that of guava and dragonfruit. It is relievingly exotic and sweet, albeit tart. It must be fun in smoothies and desserts. I don’t really have anything to compare it to. Try it here: