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List of References

By: Steve Frailey Wednesday December 19, 2012 comments Tags: noni research, noni sources

REFERENCE LIST:

Noni fruit has a standing record of excellence and we have compiled a list of references for your convenience.

KEY              REFERENCE

CTAHR              http://www.ctahr.hawaii.edu/ctahr2001/commodities/noni/2002conference.asp

                           College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources/ U. of Hawaii, Manoa

JD                      http://www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/duke/ethnobot.pl?Morinda+citrifolia

                          James Duke’s Phytochemical and Ethnotbotanical Databases

                          James Duke is the USDA’s top ethnobotanist

AM                     http://altmed.creighton.edu/noni/history.htm

                          Creighton University School of Medicine

DIT                     http://www.dittmar.dusnet.de/english/suche-e.php?term=morinda

                           Dittmar, Alexander, “Morinda citrifolia: Use in Indigenous Samoan Medicine”,

                                                            Journal of Herbs and Medicinal Plants, vol.1(3)

WHO                  http://whqlibdoc.who.int/wpro/1994-99/9290611189.pdf  p.121

                           World Health Organization/ Medicinal Plants of the South Pacific

NTBG                 http://ntbg.org/pwr/tree/plantresource_new3.php?rid=172&focus=0

                           National Tropical Botanical Garden, foremost research on tropical ethnobotany

HAWCC              http://www.hawcc.hawaii.edu/nursing/tradhaw.htm

                            Hawaii Community College, Traditional Hawaiian Health Practices

wang                   http://www.chinaphar.com/1671-4083/23/1127.pdf

                            Wang, M-Y, U. of Illinois College of Medicine

SEB                    http://www.botany.hawaii.edu/traditionalknowledge/BBTpro519.pdf  p46

                            Fong,Sheri, et al, Pacific BioMedical Research Center

 

SYMPTOM LIST WITH REFERENCE SOURCE:

          ABDOMINAL SWELLING - CTAHR p17-19 p17, DIT, NTBG

          AGUE - JD

          ANALGESIC –JD, wang

          ANODYNE –JD

          ANTI-BACTERIAL - wang

          ANTI-FUNGAL - wang

       Morinda citrifolia – wang

          ANTI-VIRAL – wang

          ARTERIOSCLEROSIS - CTAHR p23-24 p23

          ARTHRITIS - JD, CTAHR 23-4, AM p2

          ASTHMA - AM p2

          BAD BREATH - WHO

          BERIBERI - JD

          BREAST CANCER - SEB p46         

          BUG BITE - JD

          BROKEN BONES - AM p2

          BRUISES - CTAHR p11-16 look on p13

          CANCER - CTAHR p23-24 p23

          CATHARTIC - JD

          CENTIPEDE BITE - DIT

          CHILDBIRTH - WHO

          COLIC - JD

          COLLYRIUM - eye lotion – JD

          CONJUNCTIVITIS - JD, DIT

          CONVULSION - JD

          COUGH - CTAHR p11-16 look on p13, JD, DIT

          DIABETES - CTAHR 17-19 p17, CTAHR 23-24 p23, JD, HAWCC, WHO, NTBG      

          DIARRHEA - JD, DIT,WHO

          DYSENTERY - AM p2, WHO

          DYSURIA (painful urination from infection or blockage) - JD

          ELEPHANTIASIS - JD, DIT

          EMMENAGOGUE (promoting menstrual flow) - JD

          EYE COMPLAINTS - DIT

          FILARIASIS - JD, DIT, WHO

          FISH POISONING - CTAHR p17-19 p17

          GASTRIC ULCERS - HAWCC

          GOUT - JD

          GUM INFECTIONS - NTBG

          HEMORRHOIDS - WHO, NTBG

          HEPATOSIS - JD

          HERNIA - WHO, NTBG

          HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE-CTAHR p17-19 p17, CTAHR p23-24 p23, HAWCC,WHO,NTBG

          HYPERTENSION - CTAHR p11-16, look on p13        

          HYPOTENSION - wang

          INJURY - CTAHR 23-24 p23

          INTESTINAL INFECTION - NTBG

          JAUNDICE - JD, DIT

          LAXATIVE - JD

          LEPROSY - WHO

          LEUKORRHEA - JD

          LIVER DISEASE - CTAHR p11-16, look on p13

          LUMBAGO - AM p2

          MALARIA - CTAHR p11-16 look on p13

          MEDICINE - JD

          MENSTRUAL FLOW REGULATION - AM p2

          MOUTH INFECTIONS - CTAHR 17-19 p17, NTBG

          MOUTH ULCERS - WHO, NTBG

          MYALGIA (muscle pain) - JD

          NAUSEA - JD

          PAIN RELIEF - CTAHR 11-16 look on p13, CTAHR 23-24 p23, DIT

          PURGATIVE - JD

          RASH - DIT

          REEF FISH STINGS CTAHR p17-19 p17, WHO

          RESPIRATORY DISEASE - DIT

          RHEUMATISM - JD, DIT, WHO

          RINGWORM - WHO, NTBG

          SAPRAEMIA (bacterial blood poisoning) - JD

          SEDATIVE - JD

          SENILITY - CTAHR 23-24 p23

          SHAMPOO - JD

          SKIN AILMENTS - DIT

          SKIN INFECTIONS - NTBG

          SMALLPOX - JD

          SORE THROAT - CTAHR 17-19 p17, DIT, WHO, NTBG

          SORES - JD

          SPLENOMEGALY (spleen enlargement) - JD

          STYES - JD, DIT

          SWELLING - CTAHR p11-16 look on p13, JD, DIT, WHO

          SWOLLEN TESTICLES - WHO

          TETANUS – JD

          THRUSH - DIT

          TONIC - JD

          TONSILITIS - CTAHR p17-19 p17

          TUBERCULOSIS - JD, DIT, WHO

          URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS - AM p2, DIT, NTBG

          VERMIFUGE –DIT, wang

          WOUNDS - CTAHR p11-16, AM p2, JD, DIT, NTBG

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR FURTHER REFERENCES, THERE IS AN 11-PAGE BIBLIOGRAPHY LOCATED AT:

http://www.ctahr.hawaii.edu/ctahr2001/commodities/noni/bibliography.asp

Steve Frailey

About the Author: Steve Frailey

My wife and I (Steve Frailey) moved to Kauai, Hawaii in 1982 from our organic farm in California. There were no roads, electricity, water or buildings but lots of Noni trees (Morinda Citrifolia) in our valley. We also developed a deep relationship with Noni that was growing all through our valley.  Today we run our Hawaiian Organic Noni farm, and share the gift of health with people throughout the world.



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