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100% Ceremonail Grade Hawaiian Cacao

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  • $11.25

Preparation method included on label! Brew this sacred beverage 2 or 3 times if you are just starting your heart-opening cacao journey.  There are no known side - effects of drinking this but tons of benefits.  The healing benefits are magnesium, theobromine, anti-oxidants, anti-depressants, anti-inflammatory and even anti-tumor compounds.  This list goes on and so has given this product the title of "the healthiest thing to drink after water."  Only 1 ingredient.  Bring to your daily ritual for true transformation, self - love and aloha. 

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A brewable bar.  And its just like an ancient ceremony from South America.  Now you can experience a cacao ceremony in your home every single morning.

This tastes unbelievable. It is not like a chocolate bar.  People new to dark chocolate will hate this.  People with adept palettes and tasting skills will be fully engaged and will enamor the rollercoaster of over 1,200 flavors.

This is an anti-depressant, magnesium supplement, antioxidant supplement, calcium supplement and so much more.  

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