Guava is a miracle fruit. Seriously. A miracle. Guava not only stops diarrhea and dysentery (the pooping death made famous from The Oregon Trail) by stopping microbial growth in your intestines, but its seeds also cure constipation if eaten whole. Consider that for a moment.
Guava can cure diarrhea and constipation. Its astringents can bind up loose stools and its seeds can act as laxatives. If this doesn’t blow your mind, if you’re desensitized to such a profound fact, you must be leading an incredible life replete with a never-ending string of baffling but wondrous experiences, like Val Kilmer’s character during the middle part of At First Sight or David Alan Grier during the peak of In Living Color.
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