What is Morinda citrifolia?

Category: Supplements


Morinda citrifolia is tree related to coffee in Southeast Asia and Australasia. It is commonly known as great morinda, Indian mulberry, dog dumpling, mengkudu, apatot, kumuda, pace, beach mulberry, cheese fruit. Linoleic acid possibly useful when applied topically to skin for anti-inflammation.

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