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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guava

Guavas are common tropical fruits cultivated and enjoyed in many tropical and subtropical regions. Psidium guajava (common guava, lemon guava) is a small ...

www.organicfacts.net/health-benefits/fruit/health-benefits-of-guava.html

The health benefits of guava include the treatment of diarrhea, skin, cough, cold, dysentery, constipation, high blood pressure, weight loss and scurvy. Many of ...

food.ndtv.com/health/15-amazing-guava-benefits-heart-healthy-weight-loss-friendly-and-more-1244242

Jun 13, 2017 ... Have not all of us enjoyed a plateful of guavas sprinkled with chaat masala atop? Nothing else can match up to the luscious jams, jellies and ...

foodfacts.mercola.com/guava.html

Learn more about guava nutrition facts, health benefits, healthy recipes, and other fun facts to enrich your diet.

www.hort.purdue.edu/newcrop/morton/guava.html

Description. A small tree to 33 ft (10 in) high, with spreading branches, the guava is easy to recognize because of its smooth, thin, copper-colored bark that flakes ...

www.crfg.org/pubs/ff/guava.html

Related species: Brazilian guava, Guisaro (Psidium guinense Sw.), Cattley Guava, Strawberry Guava (P. cattleianum Sabine), Costa Rican Guava (P.

www.wikihow.com/Eat-Guava

Look for the softest guava you can find. The softer a guava is, the sweeter and more delicious it will be. Keep in mind that because guavas are best when ...

www.fourwindsgrowers.com/fruit-trees-vines-and-berries/guavas.html

Guava. Guavas are tropical plants that produce sweet fruit that is high in vitamin C. Guava fruit is often made into jelly or preserves but can also be eaten fresh.

www.melissas.com/Guavas-p/390.htm

The guava is actually classified as a berry. The edible skin is light green in color and the flesh is a creamy white. The taste is similar to a cross between an Asian ...

authoritynutrition.com/8-benefits-of-guavas

Nov 3, 2016 ... Guavas are packed with nutrients and have special properties that can boost your health. Here are 8 reasons to eat them, backed by science.