Mesir paste tradition (Mesir Macunu in Turkish) is a very old tradition in the history of Manisa, an Anatolian city in the Aegean region, dating back to almost 500 years. Mesir paste was started as a medicine invention during the Ottoman period but later on it became an important part of local festivity in this city.
According to the story about the origins of Mesir paste; Ayse Hafsa Sultan, who became the wife of Yavuz Sultan Selim and the mother of Suleyman the Magnificent after her placement from Crimea to the Ottoman Harem in the 16th century, became very ill after the dead of her husband. Unfortunately, doctors couldn’t find a cure thus Sultan Suleyman consulted Merkez Muslihiddin Efendi, the head of the theological school belonging to the Yavuz Selim Mosque. He was already making medicines using herbs and spices for the sick people and built a small sort of hospital next to the school. After receiving Suleyman’s letter regarding his ill mother, he mixed 41 different types of plants and spices together to form a medicinal paste and sent it to the palace.
When Hafsa Sultan ate this paste, she was recovered and wanted to share this miraculous medicine with others. As requests from the people increased, the Sultan told Merkez Efendi to distribute the paste to the people every year in a form of festivity. For this, 21st of March was selected because it symbolized the beginning of Spring, and the tops of the Sultan Mosque’s domes and minarets were chosen for its location. The Mesir Celebration began this way in around 1527-1528. Since then, every year on or around March 21st, which is known as Spring festival Newroz, thousands of people gather in front of the Sultan Mosque to catch the Mesir Paste wrapped in paper and thrown from mosques rooftop. But some years there might be exceptions to the festival date; it can be postponed to mid or end of April due to various reasons such as elections or milder weather conditions, and so on. In 2019, the 479th edition was celebrated between 23-28 April.
In 2012, Manisa’s Mesir Paste has entered into the UNESCO’s Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
This product will be effective in your body for 48 hours. It is suitable for use in daily sexual situations and can also be used to treat your sexual problems.
How to use Sultan Power Epimedium?
Both men and women can use Sultan Power Epimedium. The strength pastes created with the components it contains should be used as much as a teaspoon once a day. It is recommended to use on a full stomach. So we recommend the use of the so-called extent.
It has a treatment effect as well. You can use it daily. One dessert spoon every morning. If you have a headache, do not panic, Mesir paste with Epimedium is natural food. Just reduce the dosage of paste. So you can find an effective and suitable dosage for yourself. If you want to use it for a special moment, please use it 1 dessert spoon 2 hours ago before action.