Guava is a tropical fruit roughly the size of a tennis ball. The skin of the guava is either green or yellowish-green, while the flesh is a reddish-pink when it's ripe (which would explain the red color of my childhood guava juice). The taste of the fruit is like a cross between a strawberry and pear or kiwi. Think of those fun fruit cocktails you'd make as a kid mixing juices like lemonade and pineapple together.
The taste of the fruit is like a cross between a strawberry and pear or kiwi. Think of those fun fruit cocktails you'd make as a kid mixing juices like lemonade and pineapple together.
Guava is a fruit that lacks specifics regarding its origin. However, it's believed to be in an area extending from Southeast Asia (Vietnam)into or through other area such as Asia, even South or Central America
The health benefits of Guava include the treatment of diarrhea, dysentery, constipation, cough, cold, skin care, high blood pressure, weight loss and scurvy.
Many of you may have tasted this mouth-watering treat, or have at least seen or heard about it. Guava is very common in Asian countries, but is increasingly available in the western world, particularly as more of its health benefits are revealed. It is a somewhat round or pear-shaped seasonal fruit, and is light green, yellow, or maroon in color on the outside when it is ripe. Guava also has white or maroon flesh and lots of small hard seeds enveloped in very soft, sweet pulp. It is eaten raw (ripe or semi-ripe) or in the form of jams and jellies.
This popular fruit is a powerhouse of nutrients. If the traditional adage says that “An apple a day keeps the doctor away” in Europe and Americas, the phrase is probably changed to “A few guavas in the season keeps the doctor away for the whole year” in the Indian Subcontinent and places where guavas typically grow. Its scientific name is Psidium Guajava.
What makes guava special is that protecting the fruit does not require excessive use of chemical pesticides as in the case of grapes, apple, and other so-called “exotic” fruits. It is one of the least chemically treated and sprayed fruits.
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