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The Guava corresponds to a genus of at least one hundred species of trees of various sizes and tropical nature, native to the American continent.

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Its leaves are arranged in opposite ways, are oval and straightforward in appearance, reaching between 5 and 15 centimeters in length. The flowers provided by this type of species are usually white, with five petals and many stamens.

The same name popularly knows the fruit produced by these species of Guava. It has a rounded appearance similar to a pear, its sizes vary according to the species but are found in 5 cm and 12 cm in very select varieties.

Its cover is fine and delicate, has an apparent green shade with a tendency to yellow during the ripening season of individual species.

In others, the shades range from pink to red, and its flesh remains creamy white with an orange tendency and contains small, potent seeds with a characteristic fragrance.

The Guava stands out for its high content of vitamins A, B, and C, as well as other qualities that are very beneficial to the health of the human body, attributed to the acidity of its pulp, which is capable of reducing “bad” cholesterol.

History also associates the Seminole tribe as the first to cultivate the guava plant in the territory that today makes up the northern part of Florida in the United States.

The origin of this particular plant is not very clear because, despite the records mentioned above, the name of the Guava is attributed to the Arawak aboriginal community that lived in the regions near the limits of the Caribbean Sea.

It is for this reason that it has come to be believed that its origin could have co-occurred in several regions of Central America since it is a wide variety of plants typical of these environmental conditions.

The guava trees are distinguished by being perennial species that exceed five meters in height and have numerous ramifications. They are vegetal specimens of high bearing and production if the necessary conditions and the ideal cares are provided to them.