For the benefit of everyone who visit this board lets clear up a few concerns of yours. IWR.com are actually independent Morinda distributors selling Tahitian Noni Juice and sponsoring individuals to do the same. Morinda do not pay you for people you sponsor into your organisation, only when they buy a case of TNJ. This means, that it is not a pyramid (which pays only for recruiting). However, TNJ does work, how do I know? I've seen it first hand on my daughter who has Lamellar ichthyosis, I've also seen a woman with MS get better after only a month, an 8-year-old asthmatic boy come of his Ventolin pump after only 2 days, 3 people whose blood pressure has been lowered naturally after 2 weeks, a guy who quit a 20 year smoking habit after 10 days, the list is endless. TNJ is also available from many complementary therapists in the UK, I have also seen kinesiologists use it in muscle testing and are getting extremely good results with it. As for the science, it has been proven to have anti-cancer activity and the results can be seen on Medline at: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query...p;dopt=Abstract
There are also other articles on Medline you can read - just enter Morinda citrifolia in the search box.
On the complementary side, Positive Health Magazine ran a story on noni in Nov 1999. The online version can be read at: http://www.positivehealth.com/permit/Articles/Nutrition/noni46.htm
If you go through the alternative therapies board you will also see some testimonials from people who have had good results with TNJ. Will it help everyone? Who know, one can only try. When I gave it to Aiesha over 9 months ago, I had never heard of TNJ, never mind of anyone who actually tried it themself. I did all my research on the product and then tried it myself and found that after 2 weeks, my chronic back pain (resulting from an epidural) had subsided considerably. It was 3 weeks before I saw a result on Aiesha. If you want to try TNJ, you don't have to go to a distributor, you can go directly to morinda.com and buy from them, then it would be no different than buying from an online health store. There are other companies around marketing noni juice, but TNJ is the only one that is scientifically tested - expensive but you get what you pay for.
At this point, I would like to say that all of Aiesha's skin creams and nutritional supplements come from network marketing companies. Why? Not because I'm a networker (I'm actually an IT consultant) but because the money these companies save on advertising is spent on research and development of their products and they rely on good testimonials for their products to sell. More importantly, I can see the results in my daughter.
Hope that clears up any issues for you.