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The guava (Psidium guajava) is a species of fruit tree of the Myrtaceae family, native to the tropics. Its fruit is guava. It is a medium-sized tree that can reach 8 m in height.
The leaves of oblong shape are covered with a fine down on the underside. They can reach 15 cm long and 7 cm wide. It is pollinated by insects.
The guava tree is a fruit tree of great economic importance. There are varieties of yellow guava (guava pear) or green guava (apple guava). They are eaten fresh and can be made into jams, jellies and fruit juices. Its leaves, previously washed, can be chewed or used to prepare a decoction that is drunk in case of diarrhea, especially when contracting the turista.