Guavas are popular for making jellies, jams, marmalades and juices because of its high level of pectin. Guava Leaf Used in Textile Industry. Young guava leaves are boiled can be made into tea that can be used to clean the wound well!
In El Salvador, Guava Tree Trunk Used to Create Comb. Columbia has an ancient recipe using guava. The fruit is processed into pasta combined with cheese and eaten with bread Columbus. At one point in Philippine mythology, the guava was forbidden. This changed when a child prayed to the gods to make the inedible fruit delicious so he could feed a beggar