A friend from church posted on Facebook that her lupus went into remission after trying Kyani. I also have an autoimmune disease, and my doctor had just informed me that I would need to start immunosuppressive therapy this year. My symptoms ranged from life-threatening high blood pressure to difficulty swallowing. My worst symptom was poor circulation in my hands that resulted in painful wounds, a condition called Raynauds. My hands were so crippled they literally curled, and my nails were ready to fall off. I had to leave my job as an ICU nurse. I spent many nights crying and praying that God would show me mercy from the pain.
My friend actually drove 10 hours across Texas (yes it is that big) to give me a 7-day trial of Kyani. The first day of treatment my fingers turned pink. In a week, my cheeks had color, and my wounds were healing! After two weeks I had to wean off four medications because my blood pressure became normal, and my resting pulse went from 80 to 60 bpm. Soon, I had the energy to do housework again, and the pain was finally gone.
I made an appointment with my rheumatologist, and he was thrilled with the results. His nurse, who has a similar problem, even asked for the name of the supplement I was taking. Instead of starting me on immunosuppressive therapy, he approved me to stop taking those four medications.
At this point the pain in my hands is gone, and I have started playing piano again—something I never dreamed I would do. I am so thankful to God that Nikole told her story and shared Kyani with me.
Since then, I have continued to research why this supplement helped me so much, and to read about what else it can do or what cautions might be out there. I found out that Kyani Nitro contains concentrated Noni juice, and Noni has a medicinal history in Hawaii and parts of Asia, and may contains properties that are anti-cancer, antimicrobial, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, anxiolytic, cardiovascular and immunomodulating (see drugs.com. The part that I think really helped me is that it increases the production of Nitric Oxide, which improved my circulation and decreased inflammation.
Since there is limited research available on this emerging product, I’m providing a few general cautions provided by the National Institute of Health (NIH) and other repository sites such as WebMD.
Noni is high in potassium, so people on a potassium-restricted diet (such as dialysis patients) should not take noni.
Noni decreases the effectiveness of warfarin, and dosage may be affected. Include your physician in the discussion of whether Noni is beneficial to your health or not.