Glycosmis pentaphylla (Retz.) DC.
Synonym                    : Limonia pentaphylla Retz.
Family                        : Rutaceae
Local Names              : Kuttippannel, Kurumpannal, Panal, Panchi 

Flowering and fruiting period: September – April
Distribution: Indo-Malaysia
Habitat: Semi-evergreen and moist deciduous forests, also in the plains
IUCN status: Data Deficient
Endemic: No
Uses: Fruit edible. Extracts of the root bark have been shown to exhibit significant activity in the treatment of diarrhoea. A decoction of the roots is taken to treat bilious attacks. A decoction of roots and leaves is taken for intestinal trouble. An infusion of leaves and roots is given after childbirth as a protective medicine. The leaves are considered appetitive, stomachic and an infusion of roasted leaves is prescribed for women after delivery as an appetizer. In traditional Indian medicine, the plant is used to treat diarrhoea, coughs, rheumatism, anaemia, and jaundice.  A paste of the leaves, mixed with ginger, is applied for eczema and skin affection
 Key Characters: Erect shrubs.  Leaves 3-7-foliolate; leaflets subopposite, elliptic-lanceolate, entire to minutely crenulate-serrate on the margins.  Flowers in terminal or axillary, spiciform panicles.  Sepals 5 , ovate-acute.  Petals 5, white, obovate.  Stamens 8-10.  Disc prominent, annular.  Ovary ovoid, 5-celled; stigma flat. Fruit is a  berry, ovoid.