The painkiller tree or Indian mulberry (Morindia citrifolia), a
small tree native to tropical Asia and south to Australia. It has
been introduced throughout the tropical Pacific region and the
The painkiller tree was used by people throughout tropical regions
of the world.
Medical use: Leaves used as anthelmintic, emmenagogue, emollient,
expectorant and antipyretic. Fruit treats swelling spleen, diabetes,
beriberi, hepatitis, wound; as antitussive, for hair cleansing
(shampoo) and stimulate immune system. Blood purifier, diabetes,
fever and stomach ache.