10 Amazing Health Benefits of Noni

Morinda citrifola, commonly known as great morinda, Indian mulberry, nunaakai (Tamil Nadu, India), dog dumpling (Barbados), mengkudu (Indonesia and Malaysia), apatot (Philippines), kumudu (Bali), pace (Java), beach mulberry, cheese fruit, or noni (Hawaii), is a fruit native to Southeast Asia and Australasia. It is green at first, then turns yellow as it ripens, giving off a pungent odor. Weaver ants are attracted to it, which protects the plant from plant-parasitic insects.

It is most commonly sold in juice form. There are different types, such as unsweetened, sweetened, diluted with grape or other berry juices, or even noni powder mixed with water or juice. The best kind would be unsweetened, with pulp. Additives such as sweeteners and preservatives will cancel out the effects it has on your body, making it redundant; the pulp contains the most nutrients. Noni has a bad reputation of being a spam product, from ads saying that it is a cure-all. This is not true, and most of the products on the market are indeed hurting more than helping.

Nevertheless, noni may be what you are looking for to help alleviate pain or boost your immune system. Here are the 10 most important benefits this fruit has in detail.

1. Analgesic – Noni has the nicknames of “The Tree For Headaches” or “The Painkiller Tree”. Studies have shown that noni reduced pain comparable to the drugs tramadol and hydrocortisone, making it effective for arthritic and other joint pains.

2. Immune system booster – Noni activates macrophages and strengthens the immune system, which then produces more lymphocytes. It also contains antibacterial agents that fight infectious bacteria, including Staphylococcus aureus and Escherichia coli.

3. Antidepressant/sedative – Noni stimulates seratonin and melatonin, two very important hormones. Seratonin affects mood, emotions, and sleep; imbalance in levels of serotonin may contribute to depression. Melatonin regulates the Circadian rhythm, which helps you sleep; keeping this regular will help you get a good night’s rest, also improving your mood.

4. Skincare/hair – Noni’s properties are useful on skin and scalp conditions, such as eczema and ringworm; also rubbed on scalp for lustrous hair; and will keep your skin young. Just rub some juice on affected skin/scalp, leave on for 15 minutes, rinse off. Ingestion of juice may help your nails to grow stronger.

5. Anti-tumor/anti-cancer – Noni stimulates the production of nitric oxide. Nitric oxide is an extremely useful substance, one that is at the base of many of noni’s benefits. In this case, it reduces tumor growth and helps your body fight against the cancerous replication of cells. It also contains an immunomodulatory polysaccharide rich substance known as noni-ppt that further fights cancer. The immune boosting properties I mentioned in an above section are also a great help. One more thing that’s important are the amount of phytochemicals in noni that fight cancer. Phytochemicals are found in vegetables and herbs, if eaten regularly will build up preventive amounts. In the case of cancer already being present, noni and other plants with high amonts will slow, stop, or totally reverse the cancer process.

6. Hypertension – Noni is high in phytonutrients, selenium, and vitamin C, which fights free radical damage on blood vessel walls; scopoletin, a compound that may lower blood pressure; it is alkaline, which keeps bodily fluids from becoming too acidic, therefore hurting free radicals. It also has proxeronine, which is needed for the body to produce xeronine. Xeronine helps coordinate the cells to work harmonious, lowering stress and in turn, blood pressure. Also has the amino acid, tryptophan. When tryptophan enters the blood stream and goes to cells, it helps produce other substances that are important, such as even more seratonin, which is great for lowering blood pressure by way of its relaxing effect.

7. Cholesterol – Noni prevents the absorption of LDL cholesterol, thus reducing plaque in arteries, keeping you healthy and alive longer.

8. Memory – Noni, as mentioned before, prevents absorption of cholesterol by way of its large amount of phytosterols. This directly helps your brain stay healthier, and plaque does not build up in arteries feeding the brain, keeping it properly oxygenated.

9. Irritable Bowel Syndrome/constipation – Noni is high in soluble fiber, which helps ease the strain on your intestines and softens stool. Also has necessary vitamins and minerals to keep your intestines healthy.

10. Antibacterial/antifungal/antiviral – Noni has properties to fight infections comparable to that of prescription drugs. It contains anthraquinones, scopoletin, and terpenes, among others all work together to fight diseases.

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  1. Tuan Birdsall

    I’ve been absent for a while, but now I remember why I used to love this site. Thank you, I will try and check back more often. How frequently you update your site?

  2. Baton Rouge Landscaping

    Nice read with lot’s of great information. It’s no surprise that nature provides such great food with so much nutritional value and so many health benefits. Great work!

  3. My mom is having chronic diarrhoea since last 6 or 7 months.It happens once in 20 days and after that one diarrhoea,it takes her almost 2 months to fully recover and do normal things like going out and walking some distance.After one diarrhoea,she starts feeling so week that she barely can stand,her blood pressure drops,she starts shivering.Today only someone suggested my dad to give her Noni juice and said she will be fine in one week.Just wants to know that will it work for my mom?????or does she needs to go for something else???

  4. A friend of mine recommended noni for me 2wks. ago. I’ve tried it and it’s working like a miracle. To be sure of its efficacy, I’ve just googled to find incredible stuff on the recipe.

  5. Thanks for the information Michelle. I will definitely be giving the juice a go. My husband has pain in his hip from a bulging disc in his back, he also has sleep disturbances and I have pain in my legs and feet that I suspect is arthritic. We have prayed for healing and are looking into natural methods as the doctors only want to do surgery. We have a tree in our yard, it sprang up as a weed, we have avoided its fruit because of it unattractive appearance and smelly reputation. I will be looking at that tree in a new way. Thank you

    • Michelle Blackwood

      I hope you both get some relief, pain is so awful but with prayer and faith, God will lead you both and guide you. There are so many books and resources online to identify edible and medicinal herbs. You can even find nature walks done by foragers. Look in your area to find one of them because they are so educational and fun. All the best to you both!

  6. This blog is great i love reading your posts. Keep up the great work! You know, a lot of people are looking around for this information, you can aid them greatly.

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  9. Hi, have been using Noni juice for sometime now and I must admit that I can’t remember the last time I visited the hospital. But please I want to find out if an asthmatic patients can use it. How should they use it for quick results?

    • jesse adjei gyasi

      For asmathice patients, let them take 2tablespoon of noni juice mix with a glass of warm water Sip it slowly

  10. My mother told me that a cousin of mine placed the a warm noni leaf on her stomach and what she saw when she pee was so frightening she was afraid to do It again. I’m going to try that warm leaf for my fibroid.

    • Michelle Blackwood

      Wow Abigail, interesting! Please let me know how it goes. I heard that taking milk thistle capsule for 3 months will help and following a clean diet, cutting out animal protein, fats, sugar and refined foods. Drinking lots of water and no soda. Blend pineapple, papaya, aloe filet and drink daily. Hope this helps

  11. Hello. Is anyone or know of someone who is a cancer survivor who has benefit from consuming it in powder, liquid, pill, or capsule? Your feedback is greatly appreciated!

    • Pls,i heard about it a few days ago when i saw the fruit at a friend’s place. I went visiting though. Can i plant it, if yes pls how? Am a Nigerian but currently outside my country for visitation. My friend suggested we allow to ferment then take the juice,please is that safe? I wish to know especially as it is said to believe pain(Migraine).thanks

  12. George Adjei

    I am amazed about the health benefits of noni. I am very particular about what I ingest so I bought the fruit and planted the seed by scarifying and after about a year I have a fruiting plant. I gently blend at low speed and add to apple juice and drink away. Great energy booster.

    • Raghunandan verma

      You can contact me. I have available noni juice in largest number .you may drink and sale noni juice .trust me noni juice is the greatest fruit juice of the world. my contact no. Is 8269793031

  13. OurFamilyWorld

    I have heard about this and I see a lot of bottled Noni juice being sold around. At one time, I think my dad drank the juice.

  14. Patrice M Foster

    I have heard of Noni juice before try it once has a unique taste. It supposed to have a lo of health benefit.

  15. Jessica Harlow

    I’ve never heard of Noni but it sounds like it has some amazing health benefits. This is the kind of supplement to my diet that I like…it’s natural, real food. I’ll have to look for it!

  16. i have never heard of Noni before and I am very sad about that because this sounds like it has so many great benefits that it should have been known to me a long time ago. thanks for sharing

  17. Noni fruit was a great source of medical regimen/treatment for some illnesses . It brings a lot of healthy benefits; Great review.

  18. Claudette Esterine

    Is Noni making a comeback, so to speak? It was very popular many years ago and seemed to have faded away at least in North America. Thanks for bring this to our attention again, I have to revisit using it.

  19. This is another fruit that I know is good for me but still cannot bring myself to try. It has gotten a lot of attention lately and rightly so

  20. I have never heard of Noni before it sounds amazing. There are some benefits that could really help me. I’ll have to check into it. Thank you so much for your post.

  21. Allun Williams

    I have now been taking a great liquid form Noni juice for just over a month, and it has made a huge difference to my problem.

  22. I have chronic illnesses so noni sounds like it would really benefit me, especially in regards to hypertension.

  23. Robin Rue (@massholemommy)

    I had no idea there were so many benefits! I think this sounds like something I need to try .

  24. Please tell me it says that if you have liver or kidney disease not to take noni juice. I read that one man had too have a liver transplant because of too much noni juice. Thanks

    • Michelle Blackwood

      “The quantity of anthraquinones in noni fruit is too small to have toxicological significance, concluded the “World Journal of Gastroenterology.” The June 2006 study entitled “Noni Juice is Not Hepatotoxic” mirrored the European Union’s 2006 conclusion that noni juice was safe for consumption and its adverse effects had not been scientifically proven. Moreover, human levels of anthraquinone reported in case studies were far lower than laboratory animals, who incurred no liver damage.”http://www.livestrong.com/article/230340-effects-of-noni-juice-on-the-liver/

  25. Ujjal Chakraborty

    I have a Noni tree in my house with full of Noni fruits. I am a patient of Thyroid (Tsh:13.5), and high Blood pressure, Cholesterol level and BO are normal and in my family my mother has a acute arthritis problem. How can I use the benefits of Noni in my family.
    Thanks with regards
    U. Chakraborty

  26. Cobby Valentine

    Amazing tips on Noni. in fact i never knew of this tree until a friend told me to inquire about it. i love everything about Noni. thanks for such an informative notes on such tree.

  27. Thanks for this wonderful comments. I have a sleep disorder . I slumber too much… I am always dozing off. Even during working hours can Noni help

  28. Very informative and got to know about a rare fruit. Thank you very much
    I would like to know where do we get this fruit or its juice…

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  30. i have read your post and appreciate the good work but still needs to ask a question here can noni works in aiding infertility as me and my wife looking for children ,thank you

  31. I started using noni before I read about its health benefits. I did so by faith and it has been of tremendous help to me . THANKS FOR YOUR INFORMATION TO THE WORLD.

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  48. This struck me as hilarious, as I breastfed my babies until shortly after the age of 2… the first child called nursing “Noni” and the title stuck for his siblings…Amazing health benefits indeed :D

  49. Thank you michelleblackwood for posting a very informative and useful article about the Ten Amazing Health Benefits of Noni. Noni is a fruit which is used as an Immune System Booster, Antidepressant or Sedative, Skin care, Anti – cancer, Hypertension, cholesterol, Memory Power and other health issues.

  50. I have an illness called lupus. extreme body pain everyday. I recently purchased the know any fruit my pain has all but disappeared. it’s a miracle drug, and I will use it for ever. you can email me for more information.

    • I have been diagnosed with lupus recently and taking prednisone but pain is horrible every day. Do you think noni would help?
      Thank you

      • I do sell Noni juice and am based in Nairobi Kenya. It is really good and beneficial for long term health benefits. I can be reached at gombas2002@gmail.com.A packed goes for 100US dollars plus postage of additional 50dollars

        • That is quite expensive. I get it for about $40 for a liter. It is cheaper online, and if grown in volcanic soil it is best.


          That sounds so tempting. However, this fruit doesn’t grow in Kenya. Although, you are selling it cheaper then most… I am sceptical because, everyone knows Africa has a lot of scams! I would send my money to North Korea before I sent it to Africa. I have visited several countries in Africa and everytime I would get my visa from the embassy in the United States because, if I were to wait they would bribe people at the airport!!!!! Hence, why I wouldn’t do business with anyone in any country in Africa via the internet!

  51. I recently purchased the Noni Leather and this product really works!! It seems unbelievable that many people do not know about this but it truly has helped me. I would encourage everyone to try it for yourself and see the wonderful results.

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  54. it is a magic fruits, it has a bad taste but also has a lot of benefits
    it’s good for health and especially for a diabetes patient
    my dad routinely consume it as a diabetes medicine.

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