Pittosporum angustifolium is a small weeping tree growing in inland Australia. Common names include Weeping Pittosporum, Butterbush, Cattle Bush, Native Apricot, Gumbi Gumbi, Cumby Cumby, Meemee and Berrigan….it is drought and frost resistant, a hardy desert plant found in the mallee areas. The leaves are long and thin. It has been known as an Aboriginal bush medicine plant. To my knowledge there is only anecdotal evidence as to its healing properties and no scientific data to support this, so if you use this as a tea or take it orally in any way consult your doctor first, do so at your own risk.