Noni is a plant tree or shrub of the family of the Rubiaceae. originally from Southeast Asia which has been introduced in the India and Polynesia. It is a shrub that is spread throughout the Pacific and Indian, which has been used for over 2000 years in Polynesia both for its nutritional value as medicinal. Its importance in the culture of these regions is very important, as he was traded by its use as a dye (root and bark), for its medicinal properties (root, leaf and fruit) and its value as food fruit.
The noni leaf tea is healthy and its taste is good. The leaves contain beta carotene, vitamins B1, B3, E, as well as phosphorus, iron, calcium and magnesium. It also contains B-sitosterol, ursolic acid and antioxidants. While it is true that the fruit is the most widely used, leaves is also a great medicinal help.
What is for good water from the noni leaf?
-Combat stomach pain.
-Help to regulate blood pressure.
-Help to relieve cough and fever.
-Help to balance the level of sugar in the blood.
- Combat urinary disorders.
-Help to lower high cholesterol levels.
-Help to rid the body of toxins.
- Noni leaf is used to maintain proper digestion.
-Is rich in antioxidants.
- Strengthens the immune system.
-Help to improve blood circulation.
- Has a slight laxative effect.
-Is good for rheumatism.
Prevents and protects against the cancer:
The Morinda citrifolia could exert a preventive action against cancer in its initial stage, the first stage in the formation of cancer. The antioxidant activity of Noni is important for many and is one of the reasons why so many people have reported success using Noni to fight cancer.
The most easy-to-consume way is the following:
- 5 grams of leaves of Noni.
- 1 litre of warm water.
1. It starts to boil water in a kettle or pan that we have.
2. leaves are added to the water and let stand for 5-10 minutes.
3. Finally withdraw leaves and infusion this list to take to the taste.