Morinda citrifolia – Famine Foods

Morinda citrifolia


Australia (Queensland; Northern Territory): fruit edible, reported bitter. India (area unspecified): green fruit eaten. Hawaii: fruit eaten. Tahiti: fruit eaten. Hawaii: foetid fruit eaten. India (Madras Presidency): ripe fruit eaten; green fruit curried.

Additional Information

Name Authority:
Australia: Canary Wood, Awl Tree, Indian Mulberry. Hawaiian: Noni. Tamil: Munja pavattay. Telugu: Molagha, Maddi chettu.

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