Sesame oilseed is a major part of Asian, Mediterranean and Oriental cuisine. Due to its incredible richness of nutrients, vitamins and trace elements, this little seed has become more and more popular with healthy eating lately.

What it contains:

  • Phytosterols that increase immunity and reduce bad cholesterol levels
  • it is extremely rich in antioxidants, and the phytoestrogen Sesamin it contains significantly reduces the risk of some tumors
  • Honey - it has anti-inflammatory action, provides elasticity and strength of blood vessels and joints
  • Magnesium - lowers high blood pressure, lowers the risk of stroke and heart attack, improves sleep, relieves asthma attacks and migraines
  • Calcium - Beneficial for osteoporosis, menopause and PMS "premenstrual syndrome"
  • Zinc is an important element in the strength of our bones
  • B group vitamins that have a good effect on the nervous system
  • Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids

Recommended for:

  • neurological diseases and depression
  • in anemia improves metabolism in the body
  • successfully replaces fresh milk and dairy products in people with lactose intolerance
  • it is suitable for the prevention and treatment of constipation
  • affects menopausal women well, as well as premature or severe menstruation
  • excessive sweating and hyperactivity
  • improves kidney, heart and brain function
  • for gastritis and ulcers - 1-2 with. hpsolitary tahin in the morning on an empty stomach significantly alleviates these complaints

Sesame seeds can be added daily to our salads, cereals, as well as in home-made breads and various pasta.

Tahan is a thick texture that is obtained by grinding seeds or nuts. The most popular of all types is the sesame tahini with its two varieties - white tahini (peeled sesame seeds) - with a very light and pleasant taste and natural (from unbleached sesame seeds) - with a slightly bitter taste and darker in color, but much richer in nutrients and minerals.

Because of its high caloric content, tahini is good to consume in the first half of the day, especially if you are experiencing heavy physical or mental strain. Because it is quite oily, its breakdown in the body and the feeling of satiety come with a slight delay, so it should not be overstated.

Here are some tried-and-tested delicious sesame tahini recipes:

  1. Sesame Tahan honey (my personal favorite) in 1: 1 ratio or as you please. Serve with a spoon or spread on pancakes. I adore a slice of banana dipped in this mix - simple and delicious.
  1. Hummus - probably the most famous oriental ulcer with tahini


around 300 gr. canned chickpeas

70 c. Tahan 3 c.l. withechtin

juice of мон lemon 1-2 cloves garlic


We break everything in a blender to a homogeneous mixture. We use salad dressing and dishes.

  1. Banana shake with sesame tahini


2 banana

2 with.l. tahan

1 with.l. munits

500 ml. milk

2 pollen bee pollen

cinnamon on top of a spoon

We mix everything and mix. Serve in glasses.

  1. Oatmeal with tahini, walnuts and raisins

Ingredients Required:

200 c

200 c

200 grilled oatmeal

1 vanilla

1. toangel

100 grinded nuts

2 handfuls of raisins

rum / cognac

Soak the raisins in the alcohol overnight. Drain them and add the remaining ingredients to the bowl. Using damp hands, shape walnut-sized balls and arrange in a baking sheet on greased baking paper. The sweets are baked 15-20 minutes in a preheated to 180 degree oven.

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