Noni fruit – A small fruit with big benefits

▴ A small fruit with big benefits
Read on to know some special helpful effects of Noni fruit juice

Noni is a fruit, mostly known by the name Indian mulberry. It is small oval-shaped yellowish-green fruit with a pungent odor and bitter taste. Noni fruit has been used for medicinal purposes for many years. It is easily available in South East Asia. 

Nutritional content – Noni fruit is rich in vitamin C, biotin, folate, vitamin E, and plant-based flavonoids, organic acids with antioxidant properties. These beneficial components aid in building a powerful defense mechanism to keep disease at bay, revitalizing skin, resolving dandruff in hair, scalp, aside from ensuring healthy red blood cell synthesis and circulation. Noni is also good for reducing weight as it is low in fat content and high in water content. 


Noni juice is a good source of antioxidants that promotes our overall health and makes us stronger.  Researches show that drinking juice that contains noni, grapefruit, and blackberry juices for 21 days can increase exercise endurance in distance runners. It is a good source of vitamin C. Vitamin C helps boost immunity as well as keep our skin healthier. It is full of biotin that helps in converting food into energy. Thus, it keeps you energized throughout the day. It lowers bad cholesterol. Hence it is useful for keeping the heart-healthy. Noni is safe to be used as a raw fruit. But it does cause some stomach discomfort. There are cases of liver damage of people who were taking noni juice or noni tea for a long period. Noni can be used as an ointment and is considered safe.

Can be used as 

Noni juice - It helps with diabetes, high blood pressure, headaches, stomach ailments, heart disease, gastric ulcers, circulation problems, to stimulate menstruation, lowering cholesterol, fever, cough, and cold, relieve high blood pressure, arthritis, AIDS, cancers, and poor digestion, stroke, weight loss, and any sort of infection. It is even considered to be an excellent treatment for senility and depression.

Noni tea - Made from the leaves, noni tea comprises antioxidants and works as an anti-aging treatment. It is also valuable for digestive issues and works as a cure for diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, food poisoning, and intestinal worms.

Noni leaves - Wrapping noni leaves around affected areas can cure arthritis, sore and swollen joints, stomachache, and headache. A mixture of raw fruit and leaves is a cure for skin infections such as boils and bruising.   

Precautions to be taken with Noni

There is no reliable information that tells that noni is safe during pregnancy or breastfeeding time. So, it is good to avoid its consumption during these phases. People with liver and kidney disease should avoid taking noni as it may cause more harm to them. People with high potassium levels should also avoid using this fruit as it is very high in potassium content.

Drug Interaction

Medicines for high blood pressure that belongs to ACE inhibitors should be avoided with noni fruit or its juice. Medicines that belong to the ARB category of an anti-hypertensive class should also be avoided. Noni is contraindicated with hepatotoxic drugs.  Warfarin, which slows blood clotting should not be given with noni fruit.

Popular noni juice available in India through online 

Kapila Noni juice concentrate – helps in detoxifying the body.

Kapiva ayurvedic Noni juice – Improves body energy levels.

Nutriorg Noni fruit juice – helps in keeping the heart-healthy.

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Renu Gupta

With a background in Pharmacy which is the clinical health science that links medical science with chemistry, I had the desire to mix creativity to these fields. Medicircle provides me an avenue to apply my training in science and interest in creativity together.

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