Guava is a tropical organic product local to Mexico, Focal America, the Caribbean, and South America. It usually has yellow or light green skin, and its flesh is usually deep red or a vivid pink. The fruit, which is round in shape and contains seeds that can be eaten, is produced by the Psidium guajava tree, which is a member of the myrtle family. A guava has a strong, sweet, and musky scent when it is ripe.
The flavor of guava is distinctive, sweet, and almost always pleasant. It is thought by many to taste like a cross between a pear and a strawberry. Depending on the variety, the sweetness of the fruit varies. Consuming guava may help lower blood sugar levels, according to some studies.