Hinahina, ʻĀhinahina or Oahu wormwood
Endemic to the Hawaiian Islands
Faintly to strongly aromatic with a sage-type fragrance. Another description of the leaf fragrance is lychee. Leaves have an especially strong fragrance when rubbed or crushed.
Early Hawaiians used hinahina to preserve feather cloaks from insect destruction when stored in calabashes. The leaves were pounded for asthma.