Cacao Ceremony | Difference Between Ceremonial Cacao, Cocoa and Chocolate | "Food of the Gods"

Updated: Aug 30

This sacred plant medicine is so much more than something that's roasted and tempered to create decadent chocolate. We'll share all the details including:

Contraindications: The most noted precautions we have studied are in relation to the caffeine-like affects of theobromine as well as the mood enhancing properties that may interact with anti-depressants.

Conditions to welcome increased awareness to, in relation to cacao, are: Depression, psychotic conditions, heart conditions, epilepsy, pregnancy.

Disclaimer: This is for educational purposes only and does not constitute medical advise. Please consult your health care practitioner prior to consumption. 

This information is based on our research and we encourage you to dive deeper into your own. 


What is Ceremonial Cacao?

Cacao is a sacred plant medicine derived from the seeds, held within the cacao fruit, of Theobroma cacao.

Theobroma: Greek meaning 'Food of the Gods'