Also called as the “Devil Tree”. Dita is known to have a lot of medicinal uses such as treating fever, malaria, dysentery, chronic diarrhea, even boils and earaches!

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Articles about this tree:

Cleversley, K. Alstonia scholaris- Dita Tree. n.d. Entheology.com.

Singharun. Devil’s tree or blackboard tree. 19 October 2012. CNN.

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