Medicinal use:

Morinda Citrifolia (Noni) leaves have a long history of topical use in poultices and mixed with oil, for the treatment of rheumatic pain, inflammation, neuralgia, ulcers, gout, cough and cold, boils and ringworm. Morinda citrifolia have been also used for abdominal pain, impotence, and menstrual disorders.

About the plant:

The noni plant, native to Asia, Australia, and the islands of Polynesia, is a small, shrubby tree. The plant’s white flowers are tubular. The fruit is yellow-greenish-white in color and large, with a pebbled surface. It reaches maturity in about 18 months, then yields between 4 and 8 kg of fruit every month throughout the year.

Morinda Citrifolia

Vernacular names:

English: Indian Mulberry, Great morinda
Hindi: Bartundi
Telugu: Mogali
Marathi: Nagakunda
Tamil: Nuna
Malayalam: Mannapavatta
Kannada: Tagase maddi
Gujarati: Surangi
Oriya: Pindre
Bengali: Hurdi

Parts used:


How to use:

Consume Noni fruit juice 30 to 750 mL/day


People with kidney disease and unexplained potassium elevation should be cautious in their use of noni because it may increase potassium levels. Consult ayurvedic doctor
before consuming orally.