Jol nishinda, Simpleleaf chastetree, vitex trifolia
The leaves are oppositely arranged along the stems and are usually compound, composed of 3 or 5 linear leaflets, all connected at one point, 3-12 cm in length. The upper surface of the elliptic leaves are green. The lower surface is covered with white hairs.
It grows on beaches and along the inland edge of mangrove swamps, in grasslands and in forest and secondary vegetations.
The leaves and roots of vitex trifolia are used in pain, itching, scabies and menstrual disorder.
The fleshy globose fruits are about 7 mm in diameter and contain 4 small black seeds. Fruits are black when mature.
Vitex trifolia is found near water bodies, especially in the coastal areas of Cox's Bazar and Teknaf of Bangladesh.