Guava - Psidium guajava, Linn

Guava - Psidium guajava, Linn. is a plant belonging to the families: Myrtaceae

Guava - Psidium guajava, Linn. spread extends to Southeast Asia to South Asia, India and Sri Lanka. Guava - Psidium guajava, Linn. including shrubs and has many branches and twigs; hard tree trunk. The outer surface of the tree Guava - Psidium guajava, Linn. brown and smooth. If the bark of Guava - Psidium guajava, Linn. is exfoliated, the surface will look wet logs. General, patterned leaf shape is oval with a rather large size. Small white flowers and leaves emerge from behind the armpit. These plants can thrive in low-lying areas until at an altitude of 1200 meters above sea level. At the age of 2-3 years Guava - Psidium guajava, Linn. already started to bear fruit.

Composition of Guava - Psidium guajava, Linn:

Chemical content: Fruit, leaves and tree bark Guava - Psidium guajava, Linn. contains tannin, the flowers are not many contain tannin. Leaves Guava - Psidium guajava, Linn. also contains substances other than tannin, such as essential oils, acids ursolat, psidiolat acid, acid kratogolat, oleanolat acid, acid and vitamin guajaverin. The content of the fruit Guava - Psidium guajava, Linn. (100 gr) - Calories 49 cal - Vitamin A 25 SI - 0.02 mg Vitamin B1 - Vitamin C 87 mg - 14 mg Calcium - Charcoal Hydrate 12.2 grams - Phosphorus 28 mg - 1.1 mg Iron - Protein 0, 9 mg - 0.3 grams of fat - 86 grams of water

Curable Disease with Guava - Psidium guajava, Linn:

Diabetes mellitus, ulcer, diarrhea (upset stomach), Cold, Prolapsisani, Thrush, a new wound;

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