|English Name||: Indian Mulberry|
|Tamil Name||: மஞ்சனத்தி இலை / நுணா இலை – Manjanathi Leaves / Nuna Leaves|
|Malayalam Name||: Mannappavitta|
|Telugu Name||: మద్దిచెట్టు – Maddichettu|
|Hindi Name||: आल – Aal|
|Marathi Name||: Aseti, धौला – Dhaula|
|Urdu Name||: Togar Mughlai|
|Sanskrit Name||: Paphanah|
Manjanathi’s botanical name is Morinda Tinctoria, commonly known as Indian mulberry or aal. Though these common names also indicate Morinda Citrifolia. Manjanathi is also known as Manjal neerati, Manjano, Nuna or Noni. The white flowers of this plant are tubular.
Manjanathi is an evergreen shrub or small tree growing to 3-10 m high. The stems, roots, bark, leaves, flowers, and fruits of this plant have various therapeutic properties. Its leaves resemble mango trees leaves, and flowers appear pure white. The color of the Manjanathi fruit is yellow-greenish-white, and it is large with a pebbled surface. It contains minerals such as zinc and selenium. Manjanathi fruits are edible, but they would darken our tongue. Moreover, it’s used as a food in Asian and European countries.
- It is used to treat high blood pressure.
- The essence of these leaves is being used for children suffering from gastric stomachs or pursuing.
- The paste of this fruit is also used to cure throat ulcers.
- The essence of this root is used to cure constipation and facilitate normal motion.
- Fruit’s paste is used to cure shivering cold and fever.
- Muscular pain or catch and external wounds can be healed with the Nuna trees leave paste.
- The leaves and fruits of this plant are used to cure menstruation problems.
There are no side effects in using this product, and you can consider the medical advice for the usage of this product during pregnancy.
Harvesting & Manufacturing Methods
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