What is Turkish Viagra?

What is Turkish Viagra?
 
Turkish viagra, also known as mesir macunu, mesir paste, Maccun, Maccun Paste, Aphrodisiaque Turkey, Turkish Honey Paste, Epimedium Paste attracts the attention of foreigners. Usually, it sold in the Grand Bazaar and Spicy Bazaar but actually sold in every corner of Turkey and the main market of it is in Manisa. The Mesir paste which healed Ayşe Hafsa Sultan, mother of Suleyman the Magnificent and the wife of Yavuz Sultan Selim, is interested in four seasons by people and made from 41 kinds of spices. With the benefits of mesir paste, which is generally known for increasing sexual power, it also heals many more diseases.
 
As the weather begins to cooler, there is an increase in respiratory diseases such as flu and cold. In those times people are more interested in mesir paste, which is thought to be good for these diseases.
 
What is Mesir Paste?
 
It is a paste-like a sweet jam made with a mixture of 41 kinds of spices. It was made by Merkez Efendi 479 years ago in Ottoman history firstly. The mesir paste, which healed Ayşe Hafsa Sultan, the mother of Suleiman the Magnificent, is believed to have protective ingredients against the diseases such as colds, flu and other respiratory diseases.
 
Benefits of Mesir Paste
The benefits of mesir paste, which is an important product of our culture and history, can be listed as follows; It is protective against colds, flu, germicidal, settling stomach, rheumatism and inflammatory degasser, appetizing, milk enhancer, urinary discomfort relief, sexual power enhancer.
 
Each of the spices in mesir paste is useful separately. It also has a positive combo effect thanks to its mixtures. It is known to relieve urinary tract distress, clear blood, healing effect on chest problems and sputum problem, relieve rheumatism and joint pain, heal haemorrhoids, heal eczema, healing effect on nervous diseases, stomach, digestive and gas problems.
 
The most well-known effect is the energy, power and strength given by the combination of natural spices. In addition, mesir paste is also effective on the waist.
 
Harms of Mesir Paste
Mesir paste is not a harmful food in normal use. However, if it is consumed excessively, it may cause problems such as gastritis, ulcer, haemorrhoids or increase existing problems due to the side effects of spices. Whose with liver, stomach, bladder, diabetes and obesity diseases should use mesir paste carefully and adequately.
 
How to eat mesir paste?
It can be eaten by mixing with hot milk or hot water, adding to tea instead of sugar, by directly spooning. It is possible to benefit from the healing of the paste in all types of eating. When mixing into hot drinks, it is important that the drink is not too hot, and it is added a few minutes after the drink is prepared. Due to it has a complex and intense content, certain amounts of food are required. Consuming too much can cause more harm than good.
 
Which spices are there in mesir paste?
The following spices are used in its production:

  • Allspice 
  • Alpina officinarum root 
  • Anise 
  • Black cumin 
  • Black myrobalan 
  • Black pepper 
  • Buckthorn 
  • Cardamon 
  • Cassia 
  • Chebulic myrobalan 
  • China root 
  • Cinnamon 
  • Cloves 
  • Coconut 
  • Coriander 
  • Cubeb 
  • Cumin 
  • Dried orange blossom
  • Fennel 
  • Galingale 
  • Ginger
  • Iksir sugar 
  • India blossom 
  • Java pepper 
  • Licorice extract 
  • Licorice root 
  • Mastic
  • Millet
  • Myrrh 
  • Muskroot 
  • Mustard seed 
  • Orange peel 
  • Rhubarb
  • Saffron
  • Citric acid
  • Senna
  • Turmeric
  • Udulkahr
  • Vanilla
  • Woad
  • Yellow myrobalan





History of Mesir Paste
After the oil wrestling, Mesa Festival is the oldest tradition in Turkey and it appeared 478 years ago. The wife of Yavuz Sultan Selim and Ayşe Hafsa Sultan who the mother of Kanuni Sultan Süleyman, caught a relentless disease and healed with the mesir paste prepared by the mixture of 41 different spices by the famous doctor of the period, Merkez Efendi, who served as the administrator in the Sultan Mosque Complex. Hafsa Sultan wanted the paste, which was healing the disease, to spread to the public. After that day, mesir paste was scattered every year and today it has become a 477th-year tradition. Mesir paste is believed to be healing in many troubles as well as facilitating digestion, strengthening, sexually stimulating, appetizing, relieving fatigue, and giving immunity to the poison of the poisonous animals. Mesir paste has been celebrated since 1539. The paste, which was given as a mercenary at the beginning, started to be distributed free of charge to the public from the Sultan Mosque minarets in Manisa upon the intense demand of the people. Mesir paste has been traditionally distributed every year since 1539. The day of April 15 is celebrated as Mesir Maccun Festival.
 
It was confirmed in 2016 that it is a source of healing
The benefits of mesir paste, which is prepared with a mixture of 41 kinds of spices, were demonstrated in 2016 in the laboratory of Manisa Celal Bayar University (MCBÜ).
As a result of this study, it has been scientifically confirmed that the paste is the source of healing. Spices in mesir paste; It has been stated that it has a supportive effect in the treatment of diseases such as germicidal, stomach-soothing, rheumatism, inflammation, appetizer, milk enhancer and urinary tract. Mesir paste is an energy source. People say that when they pour mesir paste into hot water in the winter months, they relieve sore throats and relax. 




 

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