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6,000-year-Old Greek Recipe: Cleanses Blood Fat, Regulates High Blood Pressure

Updated: Feb 14

  • The recipe dates back to 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 even call it Greek breakfast. This healing treat is really mentioned in Homer's Iliad called Intrion. It is probably the most delicious recipe you will ever try, and at the same time it has such good medicinal properties. What exactly are pastels? It is a mixture of 2 super healthy foods, sesame, and honey. It is also called sesame and honey pie. It also uses the healing properties of Pastel. The combination of these two foods gives you the holy grail of useful ingredients. Including zinc, iron, fiber, magnesium, calcium, copper, and a number of vitamins, especially group B, or almost all ingredients crucial for the health and functioning of the body.

According to research, the combination created by the synergy of these completely natural ingredients is effective for the regulation of blood fats, especially the ratio of LDL and HDL cholesterol.

Pastels will ideally work on the regulation of irregular heartbeat, high blood pressure and better circulation.

It will give you the necessary energy and strength for hard physical and mental work.

Research indicates that regular use of pastels solves chronic fatigue, nervousness, and depression. The combination has a great effect on chronic stress after 3 weeks of regular use.

A new study from the Clinical Journal of Nutrition has confirmed the benefits of honey and sesame seeds in reducing depression, atherosclerosis, multiple sclerosis and high blood pressure.

Pastels contain as many as 182 elements that are useful for the health of our body, and there is a particularly high concentration of antioxidants that prevent the development of cancer and other serious diseases at the cellular level.

Just one or two balls of pastel before an important event will give you long-lasting and strong energy and be a great fuel for the health of the whole organism.

We strongly recommend that you try to make and use this great recipe regularly.

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6,000-year-Old Greek Recipe: Cleanses Blood Fat, Regulates High Blood Pressure

Original recipe for Pastels

Ingredients:

  • 300 grams of tahini (pure ground sesame paste)

  • 300 grams of natural honey

Note: You can find ready-made tahini in health food stores.

You can make it yourself if you have the time and a good blender:


  • For a good homemade tahini spread, you need raw peeled sesame seeds and oil of your choice . (usually 2 tablespoons of oil go for one or half a cup of seeds, depending on how thick you want the mixture – sesame, olive, or sunflower is most often used).

  • Lightly fry the seeds without adding fat until golden (5-10 minutes, stirring constantly). Be careful not to burn your sesame seeds as it will become bitter tasting.

  • When cool, put them in a blender with olive oil and mix until you get a paste of the desired density (you can add more olive oil as desired).

Procedure:

  • Mix these two foods in a bowl.

  • Before placing in the bowl, you can pour out the accumulated oil that forms on top of the bowl with the tahini.

  • Both ingredients are liquid but, which is very interesting, when you mix them well, they will harden into a mass that can be shaped like plasticine.

  • While mixing, you can add a handful of crushed pieces of walnuts, almonds, pistachios, or hazelnuts if you wish. Some, making this recipe, bake a mixture that we do not recommend at all due to the large loss of useful ingredients, but also the taste itself.

  • Make balls or some shape that interests you.

  • Roll these balls in whole sesame seeds.

  • Arrange the balls on a tray and put everything in the fridge.

  • Pastel balls stand in the refrigerator, and as a medicine but also as a dessert, it is necessary to take 2–3 balls a day.

  • However, it will be very difficult for you when you try how delicious this sweet is.

  • Be moderate because it is an energy “bomb”.

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