The species Psidium
guajava L., common name guava, belongs to the family Myrtaceae, which is composed of more than 100 genera and 3800 species and is one of the most studied species of this family (Haida et al., 2015).
Among all respondents, the most commonly used herbal medicines were black seed (Nigella sativa) (20%), anise (Pimpinella anisum) (13%), olibanum (Boswellia sacra) (12%), ginger (Zingiber officinale) (11%), fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) (10%), guava (Psidium
guajava) leaf (10%), olive (Olea europaea) oil (9%), thyme (Thymus vulgaris) (6%), chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla) (5%), peppermint (Menthapiperita) (5%), clove (Syzygium aromaticum) (5%), turmeric (Curcuma longa) (4%), costus (Saussurea lappa) (4%), sidr (Ziziphus spina-christi) (3%), myrrh (Commiphora myrrha) (3%), Ivy (Hedera helix) (3%), sesame (Sesamum indicum) oil (3%).
Tambien crecen especies frutales como "guayaba" (Psidium
guajava), "naranja" (Citrus sinensis), "pacay" (Inga feuilleei), "chirimoya" (Annona cherimola), "nispero japones" (Eriobotrya japonica), entre otras (MINAM, 2015); (2) Bosque xerico interandino dominado por laderas escarpadas con afloramientos rocosos.
The strawberry guava (Psidium
cattleianum Sabine) belongs to the Myrtaceae family and it is a globular fruit, yellow or red, with a juicy pulp and a very pleasant sweet-acid taste.
Fresh fruits of PG (Genus: Psidium
, Species: guajava; herbarium number 771) were purchased from Chabahar (Iran).
guajava) is a nutrient rich and unique flavored fiber fruit which is consumed fresh as well as in processed form (Jams, beverages, ice cream etc).
Extracts from guava (Psidium
guajava), which is a rich source of vitamin C and a potent antiseptic, and patani (Phaseolus lunatus), a major protein source, helped preserve corpses in Kabayan town, where the oldest mummies are protected, botanist Dr.
guineense Swartz (Araca), e uma arvoreta de ate 6 m de altura, distribuida em quase todos os estados do Brasil, existindo relatos de ocorrencia do Rio Grande do Sul ate o Amazonas.
Among their topics are removing fluoride from water using amorphous nano metal oxides, the ultrasound-assisted formation of stable emulsion and its application as liquid emulsion membrane in wastewater treatment, adsorption kinetics of Azadirachta indica (neem) and Ficus religiosa (pipal) for removing fluoride from drinking water, hydrodynamic cavitation for distillery wastewater treatment: a review, external mass transfer studies on the adsorption of methylene blue on Psidium
guajava leaf powder, and the performance evaluation of tertiary dye mixture degradation by a hybrid advanced oxidation process.