Peru - Gauva
Guava is not producing on a commercial basis in Sindhudurg. You will see Guava trees either near home or in beetle nut farms. Weather conditions in Sindhudurga are good for Guava tree.
The scientific name of Guava is Psidium guajava. The origin of the guava is uncertain, but it is believed to be an area extending from southern Mexico into or through Central America. It has been spread by humans, birds and other animals to all warm areas of tropical America and in the West Indies (since 1526). Mexico is leading producer of Guava.
Guava is full of Vitamins, Minerals and sugars and it has abundant health benefits. It is rich in vitamin C which protects cells from cancerous damage.Potassium in Guava help to maintain blood pressure level. copper in Guava good for the functioning of the thyroid gland. A mineral folate in Guava helpful for fertility in humans. Guava rich in Vitamin A which can improve eyesight. Guava is also fibre-rich fruit. It helps your body to clean from inside. Guava is also helpful for free bowel movements, Constipation and piles. Guava is rich in Manganese which helps the body to absorb and utilise food we eat. Magnesium in Guava can help to relax muscles and nerves of the body. Guavas are also good for the positive functioning of our brain. It infuses our brain with Vitamin b3 and Vitamin b6. Guava slows down the sugar absorption in our blood so it is helpful for weight loss. Guavas are extremely rich in Vitamin C which is helpful for hair growth as well as to preventing hair loss. Guava leaves contain allergy blocking compounds. Guava leaves paste removes blackheads and skin itchiness. Guava leaves paste can also heal acne, pimples, wrinkles and dark spots. Guava has some anti ageing properties.