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Common name: Noni 
Hawaiian: Noni
中文:诺丽 。又名海滨木巴戟、海巴戟
USA: Indian mulberry
Australia: Cheesefruit
Family: Rubiaceae(coffee family)

Origin: Noni is a native tree, brought to Hawaii by the original Polynesian settlers who came to Hawaii from Marquesas. 

Character: The tree has become naturalized in both dry and somewhat moister open areas and in dry and moister forests.

How to obtain the sap:place the ripe fruit in large, closed, clear-glass jars, which are placed in the sun. The heat of the sun causes the fruit to ferment and release a clear sap. This is certainly an easier and quicker method of getting the liquid from the fruit than the old Hawaiian way, which was to pound the fruit to a mash and then squeeze out the liquid and strain it.

Daily use:  As a tonic. Noni leaves were brewed for a tea. Made from either fresh or dried leaves, this tea was drunk as a kind of tonic.

Emergency use: Deep cuts and compound fractures. The unripe fruit was pounded and the resulting mash was applied to deep cuts and compound fractures.


Category: herbs that tonify qi(fruit); clear heat and toxins(root); invigorate blood(leaf)
Properties: sweet, stinky, neutral
Meridian affinities: lung spleen liver kidney
Preparation of medicine: take a gallon jar, fill it with fruits and let it in the sun for 3-4 weeks, then in the shade for 1 week. Strain and bottle the juice. Refrigerate.