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Noni (Morinda citrifolia)

The Noni plant is a small evergreen tree found growing in open coastal regions at sea level and in forest areas up to about 1300 feet above sea level. The plant is often found growing along lava flows. It’s identifiable by its straight trunk,
large, bright green and elliptical leaves, white tubular flowers, and its
distinctive, ovoid, yellow fruit.

The fruit can grow in size up to 12 cm or more and has a lumpy surface covered by
polygonal-shaped sections. Morinda citrifolia is not considered to be at risk in the
wild.

The ancestors of the Pacific Islanders are believed to have brought many plants with them, as food and medicine, when they migrated from Southeast Asia more than 2000 years ago. Of the 12 most common medicinal plants they brought, Noni was the second most popular plant used in herbal remedies to treat various common diseases and to maintain overall good health.

Noni is the common name for Morinda citrifolia and is also called Indian Mulberry, Ba Ji Tian, Nono or Nonu,Cheese Fruit, and Nhau in various cultures throughout the world. It has been reported to have a broad range of health benefits. The Pacific Islanders utilized the whole Noni plant in various combinations for herbal remedies.

The fruit juice is in high demand in alternative medicine for its good quality. Today, millions of people all over the world use Noni to maintain overall good health.

 

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