Morinda citrifolia is a fruit-bearing tree in the coffee family. It can grow up to 30 ft tall and its fruit's strong, vomit-like odor has made it a famine food in most regions, but it remains a staple food among some cultures, and has been used in traditional medicine. In the consumer market, it has been introduced as a supplement in various formats, such as capsules, skin products, and juices.


(Morinda citrifolia)



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