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Health Benefits
of Ceremonial Cacao

Ceremonial cacao is arguably one of the most nutrient-rich plant products on the planet, making it the perfect addition to your daily routine.
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What does Ceremonial Grade actually mean?


“Ceremonial” cacao refers to a high standard of cacao paste. In order for cacao to be considered as “ceremonial”, it must meet the following criteria:

1) Cacao should be grown using sustainable farming practices and promoting favourable living conditions for farmers and their families. Being a sacred plant, the spiritual energy of the bean starts with the cultivation of the pod and positive energy present from the cacao plant to the final product to be used in ceremony or daily personal practice.

2) The cacao paste used to make the sacred beverage should be in its pure form. This means no additives or preservatives should be present.

3) The country of origin should be in the geographical area of the ancient Mesoamerican civilisations (IE Peru, Ecuador, Mexico etc.).

4) The cacao should be preferably criollo cacao, which is one of the original varieties used by Mesoamerican cultures (Criollo meaning ‘of local origin’ or ‘original’).

Cacao Paste VS. Cacao Powder


Many people are happy to settle for less when it comes to consuming cacao in the form of dried powder.

What most don’t realise, is that cacao powder (which is really cocoa powder, however, due to lack of regulation in the food industry is labelled “cacao powder”) is a treated and adulterated form of pure cacao paste - it is stripped & therefore contains less of the powerful psychoactive & euphoric compounds like anandamide & phenylethylamine, along with highly nutritious vitamins, minerals, enzymes & antioxidants.

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Where we
source from

This ceremonial cacao has been sustainably sourced from a handful of small farming communities in Satipo and Tarapoto, Peru
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