Author: Jan Scholten
665.42.13 Morinda citrifolia
English: Indian mulberry; Indian moerbei.
Names: Noni; Mengkudu; Mengkudu hutan; Morinda citrifolia; Morinda elliptica.
Content: anthrawuinone, morindone, rubiadine, asperulosid, glucose.
Use: yellow dye.
Botany: shrubby tree; large, velvety, fleshy leaves; white flowers, hermaphrodite; fruit drupe, yellow.
Source: Christina Ari.
Thoughts negative, emotional blocks from the past; contamination.
Overstimulated, overactive, nervous tension, stuck.
Nervous, activity, exaggerated, shaky, tension, < stimulants, > relaxation.
Desire for stimulants, light.
Love, heart and energy are blocked.
Obligations to old, dead, long outdated standards.
Desire for freedom, authenticity, space, air, change and transformation can be indulged.
Disharmony, discontent, imbalance.
Lack of confidence.
Ailments from pregnancy and childbirth.
Delusion: being ruled out; being small, reduced.
Weather: < wet weather, moisture; > storm; > outdoors.
Aversion: food, appetite gone; anorexia.
Food: < stimulants.
Sleep: sleepy, irresistible; > sleep.
Physical: > relaxation, discharge, rest, relaxing in beautiful surroundings; > sighing.
General: inflammation, weak resistance.
Energy: fatigue, fainting; exhausted, tired, burned out.
Fever; purifies blood.
Ears: hearing acute, irritated.
Nose: smell acute, irritated.
Mouth: taste bitter, acute.
Lungs: irritated airways; difficult breathing, asthma.
Heart: blocked; hypotension; hypercholesterolemia.
Rectum: diarrhoea, cholera; piles.
Urinary: urine increased urination.
Limbs: rheumatism, arthritis; bumps; ulcers, eating.
Skin: allergies; leprosy; sores; blisters; sensitive; white, nonpigmented, paraesthesia.