Ceremonial Grade Drinking Cacao
$15.00 – $28.00
Ceremonial grade drinking cacao blended with maca, chaga, reishi, and cayenne. Use in an intentional way to aide in transformational shifts.
Ceremonial Drinking Cacao
Cacao has a deep rooted history of ceremonial and ritualistic medicine in the Aztec and Mayan cultures. It is known to open the heart chakra, heighten awareness, inspire creativity, and support meditation.
Our blend is aided by other revered and potent plants: maca, chaga, reishi, and cayenne.
Maca is added to our blend for its powerful boost of over 60 phytonutrients & 30 trace minerals.
Chaga and Reishi mushrooms. Reishi, known as the mushroom of immortality, has been used in China and Japan to support well-being for over 2000 years.
Cayenne adds a bit of a kick to the blend while also promoting increased circulation of the herbs throughout the body by dilating the blood vessels.
No sweetener is added. If you are desiring a bit of sweetness, we recommend adding a bit of honey or maple syrup.
Recommended daily serving size: 1.5 tbsp/cup of preferred base
5.5oz- about 15-18 servings for daily servings, depending on serving strength
Ingredient List: Ecuadorian Cacao*, Maca Root*, Reishi Mushroom*, Chaga Mushroom*, Cayenne Pepper*. *=Organic
Use in an intentional way to aide in transformational shifts.
5.5 oz. makes about 15-18 daily servings, depending on serving strength.
For a CEREMONIAL DOSE – depending on sensitivity, take up to 1/4 of container.
Info on the ECUADORIAN ARRIBA NACIONAL CACAO utilized in our blend:
Grown in high–elevation highly mineralized volcanic soil.
Brought down from the mountainous regions via donkey back.
Minimum 30 year old True Arriba Cacao trees, some as old as 80 years.
Water source is rain or deep mountain spring water, never from irrigation of potentially contaminated rivers and streams
100% Raw from start to finish.
Intense deep raw chocolate flavor.
Always Sun Dried, never gas dried.
Phytic Acid free.
Pods are harvested only when fully mature and ripe.
Sourced from an artisanal farm in Ecuador.
Exceeds fair–trade standards.