Elaeodendron glaucum Pers. Celastraceae. Ceylon Tea.
Tropical Asia. This plant has been introduced from Ceylon under the name of Ceylon tea.
Elaeodendron orientale Jacq. Olive-Wood.
Mauritius Islands, Madagascar and Burma, where it is called let-pet-ben. Its leaves are used by the natives for tea.
Elaeodendron sphaerophyllum Presl.
South Africa. The drupaceous fruits are edible.
Sturtevant's Edible Plants of the World, 1919, was edited by U. P. Hedrick.