The king fruit
THE KING fruit is not the coconut. It is not the jackfruit. It is not the apple. The guava is surely the king fruit. The crown on its head will tell you. Probably, it is the king fruit because of its many uses.
Some companies make big money by making them into jam. Some make them into guava juice.
Mothers like to buy the yellow fruits from the market to cook them with a delicious fish dish.
Elderly people say that the boiled leaves of the guava make excellent wound cleaners. Sometimes, the leaves are boiled and the water is drunk to ease stomach pains.
Young boys like make slingshots from guava branches and twigs.
Surely, no other tree can beat the guava tree in the number of uses. Aside from those listed, there are still about 100 known uses the guava. ( Paid article)