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Some Traditional and Modern Uses of Noni

(1) Some traditional uses of the noni plant. The information in this table was gathered from published ethnobotanical literature about noni.

Plant organ Preparation Use
Leaf Fresh Wrap and flavor meat for cooking, livestock fodder, silkworm food, topical burns, headaches, fever
Tea Malaria, febrifuge, analgesic
Poultice Tuberculosis, sprains, deep bruising, rheumatism, fever, stings from stonefish, bone fractures, dislocations
Extract Hypertension, bleeding caused by a bone puncture.
  Stomach ache, fractures, diabetes, loss of appetite, urinary tract ailments, abdominal swelling, hernias, Vitamin A deficiency
Vapor when broken Sties
Fruit Unripe Sores or scabs around or in the mouth
Ripe Famine food, sore throat gargle (mashed), peeling or cracking of the toes and feet (crushed), body or intestinal worms, cuts, wounds, abscesses, mouth and gum infections, toothaches, appetite and brain stimulant, pig food
Poultice Boils, carbuncles, tuberculosis, sprains, deep bruising, rheumatism
Oil Stomach ulcers
Extract Hypertension


Stem   Canoe parts, paddles, axe and adze handles, digging sticks, firewood, red pigment
Decoction of bark Jaundice
Extract Hypertension
Seed Oil Scalp insecticide, insect repellent
Flowers   Sties
Roots   Carving, yellow pigment,
Juice Badly infected cut
All Parts of the Plant   Laxative

(2) Modern Applications for Noni as CAM (Complementary Alternative Medicine).*

ADD/ADHD, addictions, allergies, arthritis, asthma, brain problems, burns, cancer, cardiovascular disease, chemical sensitivity, chronic fatigue, diabetes, digestive problems, endometriosis, fibromyalgia, gout, hypertension, immune deficiency, infection, inflammation, jet lag, multiple sclerosis, muscle and joint pain, polio, rheumatism, severed fingers, sinus, veterinary medicine.