Morinda, or Noni, is often used to increase sexual strength in men and women. It is used for impotence, premature ejaculation, soreness of the lower back and knees, and infertility. It is used by women for infertility and frigidity.
The noni, also known as Indian Mulberry, is a small evergreen tree native to southeast Asia, Australia, and islands of the south Pacific.
Usually growing to about 3 meters in height (although it may occasionally grow as tall as 6 meters), noni has dark green, oval-shaped leaves, which grow in pairs except for where the fruit is attached.
The leaves are thick and deeply veined, and may be over 20 centimeters in length. The flowers form in spherical heads containing numerous small white blossoms.
The flower heads eventually grow into small fruit (8 to 12 centimeters in diameter), which are yellow when ripe and possess a strong, unpleasant odor. The fruit and its juices are used for health-promoting purposes.