I buy these "magic juices" once in a while, but not seen those particular brands. Mango
steen juice usually, though. I just read the labels and get the ones only with natural preservatives because sodium benzoate gives me headaches.
These are 100% organic and the noni contails 99% pure aged liquid noni with less than 1% pure raspberry paste for flavor enhancement. The gogi juice is 100% wild harvested lycium barbarum (gogi) juice. So no sodium benzoate at all.
That sounds really high quality. The noni juice I occasionally buy is by Platinum Naturals and is diluted a bit with other fruit juices, but at least no sodium benzoate like the gogi at the same store. The pure noni and gogi juice I see here in Canada is very expensive, about $45. Next time I'm going to buy a bag of dried gogi berries for $25.00.
Hey, do you know anything about mulberries? My local health store sells them too.
Look into xanthones which has 17,000 times more anti oxidant capacity than the other 2 juices. There is alot of research articles printed on it. Go to pubmed.com and type in xanthones or xanthones and any disease for example, and you can read it there. Dr Walters, MD says that this type of juice research has shown that it corrects and destroys many diseases.