In Brazil Citrosma cujabana, Mart. (Siparuna cujabana, A. DC.) is known as Limoeiro domato and Limoeiro bravo or wild lemon tree. The fresh leaves yield 0,18 p.c. of volatile oil, the fresh twigs 0,07 and the fresh bark 0,22 p. c. The oil is limpid and has a pleasant odor resembling that of a mixture of bergamot and lemon oils. Sp.gr. 0,8941).