Food Pellets in China

A mix of sesame seeds and honey is sometimes consumed as a thick drink or spread on bread. Indeed, this combination has a history of over 1,000 years. The efficacy of this food was recorded in “Jing Shi Cheng-Lei Da Kan P’en-Ts’ao,” an old medical and pharmaceutical book written during the Sung period in China. A pellet made due to mixing sesame paste and honey was called “Seishingan” and this book noted that “any disease is cured if taking Seishingan for 100 consecutive days.”

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