Noni Fruit 100 Count 00 Capsules 700 mg
Common Names: Ba Ji Tian, Bois Douleur, Canarywood, Cheese Fruit, Hai Ba Ji, Hawaiian Noni, Hog Apple, Indian Mulberry, Jus de Noni, Luoling, Mengkudu, Menkoedoe, Mora de la India, Morinda, Morinda Citrifolia, Mulberry, Mure Indienne, Nhau, Noni Juice, Nono, Nonu, Pau-Azeitona, Rotten Cheese Fruit, Ruibarbo Caribe, Tahitian Noni Juice, Ura, Wild Pine, Wu Ning, Yor.
Scientific Name: Morinda Citrifolia, Family: Rubiaceae
Common Uses: People take noni by mouth for colic, convulsions, cough, diabetes, painful urination, stimulating menstrual flow, fever, liver disease, constipation, vaginal discharge during pregnancy, malarial fever, and nausea. It is also used for smallpox, enlarged spleen, swelling, asthma, arthritis and other bone and joint problems, cancer, cataracts, colds, depression, digestive problems, and gastric ulcers. Other uses include high blood pressure, infections, kidney disorders, migraine, headache, premenstrual syndrome, stroke, pain, and sedation.
*Warnings: Noni is POSSIBLY SAFE when taken in food amounts. But there is concern that taking noni in medicinal amounts is POSSIBLY UNSAFE. Noni tea or juice might cause liver damage in some people. There are several reports of liver damage in people who drank noni tea or juice for several weeks. But it is not known for certain if noni was the cause. Don't take noni if you are pregnant. Historically, noni has been used to cause abortions. It's also best to avoid noni if you are breast-feeding. Not enough is known about the safety of taking noni during breast-feeding. Noni contains large amounts of potassium. This can be a problem, especially for people with kidney disease. There is one report of a person with kidney disease developing high levels of potassium in the blood after drinking noni juice. Don't use noni if you have kidney problems. Noni has been linked to several cases of liver damage. Avoid using noni if you have liver disease.
Origin: Native to Brazil