Guava is originally from tropical America. The Portuguese spread it in the Pacific area as far as the Philippines, and the Spanish introduced it to India in the 16th century. Seminole Indians were cultivators of guava trees in northern Florida in 1816. You can find 150 varieties around the world in any tropical region.
- good source of vitamin A, nutrient known for preserving and improving eyesight
- contains copper which plays a role in thyroid metabolism
- high in vitamin E, which makes it great for your skin