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More than two thousand years ago, the ancestors of the Polynesian people left Southeast Asia in search of new horizons across the sea. In addition to their families, these explorers carried with them sacred plants necessary to sustain life such as the coconut, the pandanus, the taro, and the precious Noni, which was prized as a secret to health. These "canoe plants" were eventually cultivated in the volcanic islands of Tahiti.

Noni is believed to have arrived in Tahiti, Hawaii, and other Pacific islands at least 1,500 years ago, coming eastward from India and surrounding regions. Ancient Ayurvedic texts call Noni as Ashyuka, which means in Sanskrit for "longevity". The texts explain that Noni balances the body, stabilizing it in a state of perfect harmony. The common Indian name for Noni is Indian Mulberry. The Latin name for Noni is Morinda Citrifolia.

Noni is a fruit from a tree with a botanical name 'Morinda Citrifolia'. Noni is used to maintain a healthy body and for helping in the cure of various ailments and disease. Noni is very rich in anti-oxidants and vitamins A, B, B2, B6, B12, C and E. Its also contains minerals, zinc, sodium, proteins etc.
 
 
 
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