Dried noni is fresh noni being dehydrated and preserved in good conditions, which is one of the most precious and “word-of-mouth” natural medicines. If your do not fully understand about noni, let us explain to you what noni is
what noni is
The English scientific name of noni is Morinda citrifolia. There are about 80 kinds divided into 3 main categories of Morinda exist across tropical areas, in which Morinda citrifolia and citrifolia are the most popular. Due to its strong and uncomfortable smell, noni is known as “cheese fruit” or “nauseous fruit”. Noni is available perennially with its birth starting in winter months.
Its size is similar to a medium potato with oblong shape. Its peel is semi-transparent and its color is like the mixture of light yellow and light green. Its inner flesh is white and semi-gluey consisting of many dark brown seeds around its center.
Its nutritious content includes many different natural enzymes and anthraguinones improving immune system and polysaccharides. Proxeronine inside noni helps absorb vitamins, minerals as well as vitamins A and C. Those nutrients are available in fresh noni, noni powder, noni juice, noni tea and other supplementary medicines which are used as measures to treat fever and diabetes