Noni fruit (morinda citrifolia ) comes from the mulberry plant grown on the South Sea Islands of Tahiti and Hawaii. Noni has been used in folk remedies by Polynesians for over 2000 years and is reported to have a broad range of health benefits. Noni (which means “longevity”) is a sacred fruit known as a balancing agent which helps stabilize and enhance the health of the body.* The noni plant, considered vital to ancient settlers, was one of the four basic plants they brought with them when they colonized new islands. Today, millions of people across the world are discovering the health balancing properties of this once hidden island secret. Even the National Library of Medicine lists 26 articles about noni fruit.