On our Siddhidata day, Arumuganathaswami, Natyam Satyanatha processed about 130 pounds of freshly picked and ripened noni in this old-fashioned cider press. Yield was 9 gallons, which is good. The fresh juice has to be kept refrigerated; it is tastier than the fermented type.
Filling a jar. Noni juice is a wonderful tonic and a good support for your immune system.
Jai Ganesa!!Looks like fun using that “apparatus”t for squeezing the juice. That is a lot of work but so well worth it. Glad our Monks are taking such excellent care of themselves. It gives me joy to see your happy smiling faces while you work. Thank you Gurudeva. Thank You God Siva. Thank you Guruji.Aum
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