Pinckneya. Pinckneya pubens. Fever tree.

Botanical name: 

Pinckneya. Pinckneya pubens Rich. Fever Tree. (Fam. Rubiaceae.)—A large shrub or small tree, growing in South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, in low and moist places along the sea-coast. It is botanically allied to the Cinchonas. The bark is bitter and has been used with alleged advantage in intermittent fever. E. H. Naudain (A. J. P., April, 1885) found in it a glucoside, pinckneyin, but no alkaloid.

The Dispensatory of the United States of America, 1918, was edited by Joseph P. Remington, Horatio C. Wood and others.