In addition to the Polynesian Noni (noni) is traditionally used in other cultures. In India, the fruit of the noni plant (noni), used for cooking and for healing. In the end, Noni (noni) has become so popular that it became grown as a cultivated plant to produce a crop, finding the application of all parts of this plant. Indian natives also used the Morinda citrifolia for therapeutic purposes: "It is reported that almost all parts of the plant have medicinal properties. Root is used as a laxative and febrifuge, and is used topically to reduce arthritic pain. Leaves are tonic and antipyretic tool and are used for healing wounds and ulcers; leaf juice is also applied externally for gout.
Fruits (noni) used in the swelling of gums, sore throat, , belyah (secretions from the uterus and vagina) and "sapraemia" (Sepsis and septic tanks – piemicheskih states). Many other existing communications give us a detailed picture of how Noni (noni) has been used for centuries: "In Fiji, the fruit eaten raw or processed form. Residents of the island Niu regularly use it in food, and Filipinos, I am told, makes him jam, preferring it fermented taste. Other sources report that the Australian aborigines were very fond of the fruits of noni (noni). In Burma, for example, from unripe fruits prepared curry, and ripe fruits were used raw with salt. Even the seeds are browned and eaten.
Noni (noni) is used in Nigeria in the treatment of fever, malaria, yellow fever, jaundice and . In other stories reported that the overripe fruit is used as an emmenagogue and is recommended for dysuria (painful ). Noni (noni) is sometimes used in different prescriptions for oral administration for liver and spleen disease of beri-beri, coughing and spitting blood as well as a mild laxative. The above examples – only a small part of a great many reviews of noni (noni) and its food and medicinal applications.