Nutritional properties of cocoa
Cocoa is not only a delicious drink; it is also a concentration of nutrients, microelements and vitamins, classified as a superfood and is considered one of the healthiest foods in the world. Authentic cocoa contains over 300 nutrients.
Cocoa paste is a strong antioxidant with a very rich magnesium, iron, calcium and copper content. It increases the flow of blood and oxygen to the brain and induces the release of endorphins and dopamine, the so-called feel-good hormones. It also increases the production of serotonin, which accounts for a sense of happiness and peak creativity levels.
The God's drink
Ceremonial cocoa has a relaxing effect on the muscles, increases body flexibility, and supports the nervous system. It also contains theobromine - a bitter, mildly stimulating alkaloid that provides an energy boost and improves concentration and memory. It also has flavanols that regulate blood pressure, support the pancreas, regulate obesity, support the immune system, have anti-aging properties, and reduce oxidative stress.
All this in one drink, rightly called the Drink of the Gods. No wonder that since ancient times, cocoa has been used as a medicine to treat physical, mental and spiritual diseases. It has been proved to strengthen the immune system, lower cholesterol and blood pressure, as well as provide us with a sense of joy and deep spiritual connection.
Plus, it is one of the world’s most famous aphrodisiacs.