Vitex leucoxylon L. f.
Synonym                    : Wallrothia leucoxylon (L. f.) Roth
Family                        : Verbenaceae
Local Names              : Attunochi, Beemis, Neernochi, Vellanotchi 

Flowering and fruiting period: March – July    
Distribution: Peninsular India and Sri Lanka
Habitat: Along river banks in evergreen and semi-evergreen forests
IUCN status: Data Deficient
Endemic: No
Uses: The bark is astringent. The root is astringent. It is used in the treatment of intermittent fever. The leaves are smoked as a treatment for catarrh and headaches. The fruit is vermifuge. A useful wood, used for making cart wheels, it could also be useful for making furniture.
Key Characters: Deciduous trees, to 20 m high, bark yellowish-grey, rough. Leaves opposite, decussate, whorled, elliptic-oblong. Flowers bisexual, in axillary corymbose cymes. Calyx cupular, 5-toothed. Corolla white, bilipped, purplish-pubescent in the throat; lobes 5. Stamens 4, didynamous; anthers purple. Ovary superior,