Habit : A small armed tree with bark dark grey, rough uneven.
Leaves : Oblong, ovate-oblong or ovate-lanceolate, almost glabrous.
Flowers : Creamy-white corolla with light brown markings, axillary males in cymes of 3, female solitary.
Fruits : Drupe globose, green when young, yellow when ripe and fall down to become dark brown.
Flowering and Fruiting Time : February - July
Fruits are poisonous.
Crushed leaves are used as fish poison.
There are reports suggesting that various parts of the plant is used in fever, dysuria, gravel, neuralgia, pleurisy, pneumonia, menorrhagia and flooding, puerperal fever, diarrhoea and poisonous spider-bite .
Bark extract is significant anti-inflammatory, antipyretic and analgesic.