Remedy 6,000 years old: Dessert which cures many diseases!

The recipe for a dessert called pastels dating back from 6,000 years ago and is mentioned in ancient Greece and the Middle East. The name under which this specialty is known is pastels, and some call it squirm breakfast as well.

This truly healthful dessert is mentioned in Homer’s “Iliad” under the name “intrion.” It is probably the tastiest recipe that you’ll try, which also have medicinal qualities.

It is thought that he was given to the Hellenic warriors before heading into battle to have the energy and strength for serious efforts and fight.

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Pastels are mentioned in ancient Egyptian writings, where the women consume it to stimulate hormonal glands and intensify sexual pleasure and libido.

The famous Greek writer and “father” of history Herodotus, called the pastels that are light and delicacy at the same time because there are so many medicinal properties.

According to the survey, the combination that creates a synergy on all of these natural ingredients is effective to regulate blood lipids, particularly LDL and HDL cholesterol. Pastels ideally act to regulate irregular heartbeat, high blood pressure and better circulation. It will give you energy and strength needed for heavy manual work and decreases.

One study suggests that regular use solves its chronic fatigue, anxiety and depression, but also significantly increases the libido in both men and women.

The combination has the wonderful effect of chronic stress after 3 weeks of regular use.

Pastels contains only 182 elements that are beneficial to the health of the body, especially the large concentration of antioxidants that prevent the development of cancer and other serious diseases.

Ingredients: 300 grams of tahini (a paste of fresh ground sesame) and 300 grams of natural honey.

Note: In health food stores you can not find ready tahini.

You can do it yourself the tahinito if you have time and good blender:

For good home namaz of tahini, you need raw peeled seeds and sesame oil to taste (usually 2 teaspoons oil go to one or half a teaspoon of sesame seed, depending how much you want the texture to be dense – commonly used sesame , sunflower or olive oil).

Fry the seeds until they get a golden color (5-10 minutes, stirring continuously). When cool, place them in a blender with olive oil and stir until you get a paste with the desired density.

Before putting the sesame in the dish, you can pour the accumulated oil in the container intended for tahinito. Both ingredients (honey and tahinito) are liquid, but when you mix them good, they will hardened in a mass that would later shape in plasticine.

While mixing you can add pieces and crushed walnuts, almonds, pistachios or hazelnuts if desired. Be sure to make balls or any other form desired. Roll them in sesame seeds.

Put the balls in a bowl, then put them in the refrigerator. Let them stand there until you eat, and as a cure it is necessary to take 2-3 balls per day.
Although it looks like a tasty dessert, be moderate because it is an energy bomb.