Casssia glauca is aflowering plants in the family, Fabaceae, and the subfamily Caesalpinioideae. Species are known commonly as Cassians.
Unique identification feature
Leaffall - April Flowering - May OctoberFruiting - March to April
Planting and Care
The leaves and bark are used particularly in the treatment of malaria, fevers and dysentry,as an astringent to stop bleeding; and as a tonic. They are also used to treat parasites both within and on the body