Organic Cocoa powder, vegan, raw, sugar-free, unroasted
Thebroma cacao finely ground, 20-26% oil, therefore full-bodied and delicious.
Completely natural, carefully grown and residue-controlled, from Peru.
Our organic cocoa has a delicate taste because it is sun-dried, not roasted. The cocoa seeds are peeled, dried, fermented and ground.
You only need half of the usual amount of this cocoa, since its effects are more intense than conventional cocoa.
Take the best quality and purity for yourself!
Our organic Cacau is
- free of animal substances, sugar and gluten,
- without flavors, colors or preservatives.
Use our organic cocoa for baking, refine your muesli with it, or mix it as a cocoa drink.
It is completely pure and contains no added sugar, sweeteners or other ingredients.
Raw cocoa is known as a natural aphrodisiac and it triggers positive euphoric feelings because it contains L-arginine, nature's Viagra.
Therefore, it is still used in South America against depression.
Organic Cocoa also increase your sensitivity and ability to concentrate
Only few people know that cocoa is healthy.
Our organic cacau in particular has a high content of valuable secondary plant substances, the flavonoids epicatechin and procyanidin, which are contained in large quantities in the seeds (beans). It also contains a lot of magnesium.
Organic cocoa is good for the brain, research from the Universities of Düsseldorf and Witten-Herdecke has shown.
Organic Cocoa also has an uplifting effect on the skin.
The content of flavonoids has a positive effect on the skin structure, the blood circulation and the reaction of the skin to UV radiation.
And your sex life is also better with cocoa, because the "gods drink" strengthens the libido.
Cocoa loves to remain completely natural and to be grown organically
The blazing tropical sun and monoculture make the cocoa trees weak and fragile. They grow more powerfully and more profitably in a mixed culture with vegetables and high coconut palms in the protective rainforest.
That is why our organic cocoa comes from small farmers who plant their own fruit and vegetables between the cocoa trees. Their income from the valuable cocoa ensures that the rainforest is preserved.
Aztecs and Mayas loved Cocoa
As early as 400 AD, the ancestors of the Aztecs and the Mayans grew cocoa. They seasoned their cocoa with chilli, vanilla and honey, a power drink that they called "Xocolatl".
In their day, cocoa was so valuable that it was used as a means of payment.