Organic Guava: The Powerhouse of Nutrients and the Remedy for Common Illness

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Did you know that aside from humans and animals, there are also king and queen of fruits? Yes, you read it right and the fruit I’m referring to as the “Queen of Fruits” is what we called “Guava” or also known as Psidium guajava which exists throughout Asian Countries, India, Northern South America, Central America and in Mexico.

Guava Fruits came from a small tree in the Myrtle family or called as Myrtaceae. The leaves of a Guava tree has also health benefits especially the Guava Leaf Extract which could treat diarrhea, help to control diabetes, improve heart and oral health and a lot more.

If Pineapple is the King, Guava is the Queen of Fruits. :)

You might wonder why Guava is known as the Queen of Fruits, that’s because there’s a crown-shaped opening found at the bottom of the fruit. And they said, there’s a legend story behind the fruit about the origin of why it wears a crown.

For those who are not familiar with Guava, it is a tropical fruit that is pear-shaped and its size is like an average-sized orange or apple. Its color depends to its type which varies from yellow to green (outside), white and pink to dark red (inside), but mostly, its outer color appears to be yellow-green. Aside from its shape and color, Guava has unique juicy taste and rich in flavor especially when it’s organic and you’ve eaten it raw. When you try to freshly pick it from its tree, you’ll also smell its intense sweet exquisite aroma and surely, you’ll love it.

Nutrition Gained from Eating Guava

Guava is a powerhouse of nutrients in which through a single bite, you can immediately absorb various nutrients such as Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Dietary Fiber, Lycopene, Potassium, B-Complex (Vitamin B-6, Niacin, Pantothenic acid, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, and more). Guava is also said to be abundant in minerals, antioxidant poly-phenolic, low in calories and fats, and it is also recognized to be a prevention of aging, infections, cancers and an immunity-booster.

Kinds of Diseases that Guava Can Cure

Aside from health benefits I’ve mentioned above, Guava is also an effective remedy for diabetes, common cough and cold, diarrhea, dysentery, constipation, skin care, weight loss, scurvy, and high blood pressure.

Guava is good for those who has diabetes because according to Chinese medicine, the juice of the Guava fruit can reduce sugar levels and it’s rich in fiber content and has low glycemic index.

Another thing is it’s also good for treating constipation because it is rich in fiber that aids to reimbursing the blocked pathways on some of your digestive parts.

Guava is also effective for weight loss due to the vitamins, fiber, minerals and protein it contains. It’s also low in sugar (as mentioned earlier about helping to control diabetes) unlike to other fruits we’re eating. Aside from that, once you eat Guava, you can feel that it satisfies your appetite that you no longer want to eat other kind of foods or fruits due to a lower number of carbohydrates it comprises.

Aside from what I’ve shared above, there are actually lots of health benefits you can get from a Guava fruit and you can find it to other resources. If you wish to visit to our other page and discover something related to some organic stuff aside from Organic Guava Fruit, you can go here.

Though Guava is not yet popular to some countries particularly in U.S, I believe that the fruit is slowly creating its own name to other parts of the world due to the numerous health benefits we can gain from its fruits, leaves, and more.

2 comments to Organic Guava: The Powerhouse of Nutrients and the Remedy for Common Illness

  • cassandra faye  says:

    hindi naman yan yong meaning nian eh

    • Von  says:

      Hello Cassandra! :) Thanks for checking our article. Just want to confirm if what do you mean by your comment and what term you’re referring to? Thanks.

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