Scientific name: Psidium guajava
Origin: Caribbean, C and S America
Medicinal use: Tree or shrub that reaches 4 to 11 m in height. The fruits can be consumed fresh in jellies, preserves, jams and sweets; They are highly desired by a large number of wild and domestic animals and flowers are an important source of pollen and nectar for beekeeping. The bark, leaves and green fruits contain tannins that have been used for dyeing and tanning.
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