Controversial in the West and used for thousands of years in the East, the noni fruit is increasingly used in homeopathic and herbal products. Have you heard of noni fruit?
What is noni fruit and how to consume it
In Asia, the fruit called noni is well known and often used in traditional medicine in ointments and powders.
The taste of this fruit is cactus-like (sour and slightly spicy) with a strong aroma.
Noni is a fruit of a Pacific Islands plant, Southeast Asia, Australia and India, who loves the land near volcanoes. In the past, noni was used as an additive to red and yellow colors for clothes, but also as a medicine applied to the skin for various diseases.
Noni fruit health benefits
Despite the controversies related to noni food supplements consumption, more and more products contain this so-called miracle fruit.
The fruit is consumed for colic, convulsions, cough, diabetes, fever, liver disease, constipation, nausea, inflammation of all sorts, arthritis, cataracts, depression and digestive problems.
It is also said that noni fruit is good for reducing blood pressure, infections, headaches and migraines, and as a sedative.