This makes Noni an incredible food for occasional low-energy and lack of drive and enthusiasm. It might actually help people with anxiety, though that is not definitive. If it does naturally increase GABA, Noni might actually promote benefits similar to the sense of wellbeing derived from Yoga. Researchers for the Journal of Alternative and Complimentary Medicine found that Yoga appeared to increase levels of GABA, which could account for at least some of the well-being factor associated with Yoga.
Noni also has a high amount of long chain polysaccharides, which are a type of essential sugar (there are 8 known essential sugars including glucose, which is a short chain sugar). This might also account for the increase of overall feeling state that Noni appears to promote. Polysacharides are known to have powerful immmune system qualities as well as nervous system benefits. They are also sources of long term energy. This, likely, would give a noticable increase in wellbeing.
People who have low immune system issues might naturally feel less than energetic, as much of their energy can be diverted to their immune system to defend against microbes etc. By taking a product like Noni, which naturally increases immunity in a way that doesn't over-stimulate someone's immune system, they might have more energy. Noni is known to be one of the most potent products for the immune system, yet is a tonic that can be essentially taken everyday unlike more medicinal herbs like echanacea.
If you choose to try a Noni product, check out NoniLand Noni Powder. It is one of David Wolfe's incredible products that contains all of the powerful aspects of Noni in a dried form. It is essentially Noni fruit that has been fermented, dried and powdered under low-heat conditions. It can be taken in water or put into various smoothies and drinks. David Wolfe recommends, for taste purposes, to mix Noni with citrus juice or lemonaide style drinks.
Have you tried Noni before? What were your experiences?