Morinda citrifolia

For other uses, see Noni (disambiguation). ... Noni fruit (Morinda citrifolia).jpg ... include great morinda, Indian mulberry, noni, beach mulberry, and cheese fruit.

The History of Noni - Traditional and Medicinal Uses

As far as research tells us, the history of noni is rich and varied. Noni is a fruit that has been around for nearly 2000-3000 years. noni, or Indian Mulberry or ... of Noni Fruit&v=6bC-Jz4WHcs
May 21, 2009 ... This excerpt from the Tahitian Noni International film "Origins and Destiny" explains how the Morinda Citrfolia plant - noni - was brought to the ...

NONI Juice Information, Research and Facts

Noni and Noni Juice History and Uses. Morinda Citrifolia Indian Mulberry, Mengkudu (Malay), Nonu/Nono (Pacific Islands), Noni (Tahitian). Noni fruit and ...

History of Noni Fruit Juice | How Noni Arrived in Hawaii - Tru Noni

Morinda citrifolia (or as the Hawaiians named it, Noni) owes much of its distribution throughout the South Pacific Islands to the ancient Polynesian people who ...

Noni | NCCIH

Noni has a history of use as a topical preparation for joint pain and skin conditions. Today, noni fruit juice has folk uses as a general health tonic and for cancer ...

Noni's first journey to Hawaii - Hawaiian OLA

The medicinal fruit was Noni and was known as the “queen” of all canoe plants for its healthful properties and its essential role in establishing new villages.

Learn about Noni fruit Plant Morinda Citrifolia - Tahitian Noni Juice

History of Noni ... The Wonderful Plant Noni (Morinda Citrifolia) ... The Noni fruit became a staple food choice for people of Raratonga, Samoa and Fiji who ate ...

The History of Real Organic Noni Centuries of Natural Health Car

Oct 19, 2013 ... Historians estimate that the Polynesians brought noni fruit to Hawaii as one of their "canoe plants" to help start new cultures on new islands.

History and Tradition Of Morinda Citrifolia

in Samoa and Tonga, NONO in Raratonga and Tahiti, and NONI in the Marquesas Islands and Hawaii. The fruit of the Morinda Citrifolia was an important source ...

Popular Q&A
Q: History of the Noni Fruit.
A: Traditional cultures have long used the fruit, bark, leaves, and roots of noni fruit. They have used it as food, medicine, and dye. The noni tree is native to S... Read More »
Q: How to Eat Noni Fruit.
A: Things You'll Need. Indian, Thai or any other type of curry. Pot. Salt. Blender. Fine sieve. Bowl. Spoon. Cooking. Stir-fry chopped-up chunks of unripe noni fru... Read More »
Q: What Are the Benefits of Noni Fruit?
A: Cholesterol Benefit. Noni fruit possesses potent lipid-lowering ability, as shown in a study published in "Scientific World Journal" in October 2012. Researcher... Read More »
Q: What is Noni Fruit?
A: Noni fruit (Morinda citrifolia) is from a tree in the coffee family, sometimes known as Indian mulberry or cheese fruit. Widely cultivated throughout it's nativ... Read More »
Q: How big is the fruit noni?
A: The Noni fruit is a multiple fruit that has a pungent odor when ripening and can reach 4 to... Read More »