Cassia obtusifolia (PROSEA)
- Family: Leguminosae
- Sicklepod (En)
- Indonesia: ketepeng
- Malaysia: gelenggang sayor, gelenggang nasi
- Philippines: balatong-aso (Tagalog), andadasi (Ilocano), baho-baho (Bisaya)
- Vietnam: dậu ma.
Pantropical. Probably native to tropical America.
Leaves and young tops are eaten. Leaves and roots are also used medicinally against vomiting and stomachache.
- Annual or perennial, often bad-smelling herb or shrub, up to 2.5 m tall.
- Leaves compound with 3 pairs of leaflets; rachis 4-7 cm long; leaflets obovate, 1-6 cm × 0.5-3.9 cm.
On roadsides, waste places and fallow fields up to 800 m altitude. Often confused with C. tora L. which has different anthers and seeds.
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