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ONLY 2 INGREDIENTS: Make a 6000-year-Old Recipe for Regulating Blood Fat

The recipe for pastels dates since 6000 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 a Greek breakfast. This healing dessert was mentioned in Homer’s Iliad asIntrion. This is probably the most delicious recipe that you will ever try and at the same time it has amazing healing properties.

In Homer’s Iliad Intron (pastels) was given to the Hellens for energy and strength before a battle. Pastels are also mentioned in the ancient Egyptian records where females consumed it for stimulation of the hormonal glands.

What exactly are pastels? It is a mix of two super-healthy ingredients, sesame and honey.

It is also known as a sesame-honey pie.

Healing properties

The combination of these two ingredients gives you many beneficial components such as: zinc, iron, fiber, magnesium, calcium, copper and a number of vitamins especially from the B group, and almost all the key components for the health and functioning of the body.

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

Pastels will perfectly operate the regulation of irregular heartbeat, high blood pressure and better circulation.

It will give you strength and energy for difficult physical and mental work.

This combination will have a great effect on chronic stress after 3 weeks of regular consumption.

A new study conducted by the Clinical Journal of Nutrition confirmed the benefits from the sesame and honey on the reduction of depression, atherosclerosis, multiple sclerosis, and high blood pressure.

Pastels contain 182 elements that are useful for the health of the organism, and the concentration of antioxidants is particularly high which prevents the development of cancer and other serious diseases.

How it’s made:

  •  300 grams of tahini (paste made from ground sesame seeds)
  •    300 grams of natural honey

Note: Ready tahini can be found in health food stores.

You can make it by yourself if you have time or a good blender:

For a good homemade tahini paste you will need hulled sesame seeds and oil of your choice (usually 2 spoons of oil are needed for one or half a glass sesame, depends on the thickness you want your mixture to have- the most commonly used are sesame, olive, or sunflower) Lightly fry the seeds in a pan without adding oil until you receive a golden color (5-10 minutes with continuous mixing). When they are cold, put them in the blender along with the olive oil and mix until you have a paste with the desired consistency (if you want, you can add olive oil by your choice).

Before placing the sesame seeds in a bowl, you can pour out the oil that is formed on the top of the pen with the tahini. Both ingredients (honey and tahini) are liquid but what is very interesting is once you mix them they will harden in a mass which can be shaped like dough.


During mixing the mass, you can add pieces of walnuts, almonds, pistachios or hazelnuts if you want.

Shape them into balls or another form by your choice. Roll the balls in whole sesame seeds.

Arrange the balls on a baking pan and place them in the fridge.

The paste balls need to be kept in the fridge and you can consume 2-3 balls as a cure or a treat.

Even though it is very delicious, be cautious because they are energetic ‘bombs’.