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Ceremonial Grade Cacao

About: Ceremonial Grade Cacao (botanical name: Theobroma Cacao), varies drastically from general...
About: Ceremonial Grade Cacao (botanical name: Theobroma Cacao), varies drastically from general cacao that you are able to source in most food stores. It originates from the rare Criollo bean and has been harvested and sourced sustainably where local indigenous farmers are supported ethically.

When you drink Ceremonial Grade Cacao, you are experiencing the entire cacao bean, leading to increased efficacy in the nutritional value and also the meditative experience you will encounter. Minimal processing and tampering occurs when harvesting Ceremonial Grade Cacao; this form of cacao is never tempered and is never processed through heavy machinery, technology or equipment.

Benefits & Uses:
To this day, Ceremonial Grade Cacao is still used as a tool in meditation; a tool that can bring you out of your head and into your heart, elicit your creativity and allow you to become more open and receptive to connection with others, and yourself.

It is not only a tool for meditation but one that can assist with clearing and removing stagnant emotions and fears, to help you feel grounded and find clarity with creations, relationships and setting daily intentions.

Ultimately, I believe that Ceremonial Grade Cacao welcomes you back to your intrinsic self, providing love, clarity and guidance.

Cacao is also thought to contain around 1,200 chemically individual components beneficial for mind, body and soul:

      • Phenylethylamine: the LOVE molecule
      • Anandamide: the BLISS chemical
      • Serotonin: the HAPPINESS hormone
      • Oxytocin: the BONDING hormone
History of Ceremonial Grade Cacao: 
These native strains of cacao have been used for thousands of years by Mayan cultures.
''According to both archeologists and Mayan spiritual elders, the Cacao Spirit was one of the most powerful deities in ancient Mayan cosmology. While the ancient Mayans and Aztecs of Southern Mexico and Guatemala are best known, there are contemporary Indigenous cultures in Central and South America who continue cacao use in shamanic ceremony. Although one of this world’s finest spiritual or shamanic partners, cacao was ignored in the ‘60’s resurgence of medicine plants because it does not act like a psychedelic – it does not take you on its trip, but facilitates your own. Ceremonial details of how ancient cultures used chocolate are not known. It is Cacao’s choice to return at this time, and I am having fun being part of Her flow.'' - @The Chocolate Shaman, Guatemala'


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