1. According to “the mubrick cottage”, This plant is native to some tropical regions of Australia and South East Asia, spreading to East India, Indo China and Indonesia. It is cultivated for Java Tea on the islands of Sumatra and Java. It grows naturally in forest edges, but is commonly seen along roadsides and wastelands.

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