Cacao, Cordyceps, Chaga, Chili, Lions mane, Juniper berries, Lions Mane, Reishi, Sunflower Lecitin, MCT, Himalayan salt
How to brew?
The cocoa should foam!
A large cup
1.5dl hot water per hour
1 teaspoon sweetener
Whip properly, either with our milk frother / whisk or milk steamer.
* 1 tbsp MCT oil for a creamier cup and a good foundation in the stomach
* Spices: vanilla, chili, cinnamon, nutmeg,
* Brew with fruit tea as a base
* 1-2 tbsp MCT oil
* 1 tablespoon dairy butter
* 1 egg
How does it feel?
Theobroma Cacao is a particularly complex and nutrient-rich plant with a large range of substances that are experienced by many to provide a warm and lovingly focused energy over many hours due to blue. the active substances Theobromine, Anandamide, Phenylalanine, as well as about 1/7 of the caffeine as coffee.
The adaptogenic mushrooms, as well as some of the cocoa’s properties, unfold their potential over a longer period of use (three weeks +). We want to invite you to a fixed cup a day for a month. Looking forward to hearing from you!
All the plants/mushrooms will interact differently from person to person in relation to your biochemistry – what potentially needs to be corrected a bit.
Cacao has been recognized as an important medicinal plant and central to state and cultural events. The Maya have cultivated cocoa for thousands of years. The plant was considered sacred and they still use it in ceremonies today.
The Aztecs, who drank “cacahuatl” (meaning bitter water) and considered the cocoa beans to be the god of wisdom, Quetzalcoatl. If you drank cocoa, you also got wisdom with the purchase.
The beans were highly sought after, both as currency and mixed with water, chilli, and sometimes psychedelic mushrooms, into a frothy and bitter drink. The Latin name for the cacao plant is theobroma cacao and means “food of the gods”.
And they drank it not only for the taste, but also for the nutrition and the way the plant affects us.
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Adaptogens increase the body’s ability to adapt to environmental factors and avoid damage from them. It can be plants and mushrooms, which have hormone-balancing properties such as our adaptive properties, lower stress, strengthen the immune system and increase the body’s regenerative properties.
Porcupine mushroom, reishi, cancer hyacinth and cordyceps are a super combo, which reduces stress in the body and strengthens the immune system. The mushrooms have long been known in Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine, and in recent years the mushrooms have also gained considerable popularity in the West.
All our mushrooms are double extracts of the mushroom fruit, supplied by Nyta.no
A white ball of fur called “Lion’s mane” in English. It also grows wild in Norway, but is red-listed here and forbidden to pick. It is called the “truffle of the East” as it is also a sought-after culinary mushroom.
As an ingredient in cocoa, the taste is not the most important thing. We use a highly concentrated extract that contains a group of substances very beneficial for cognitive performance and health, which promote the regeneration of neurons and the myelination of nerve pathways.
Reishi, or lakkjuke in Norwegian, grows on stumps or roots of deciduous trees on most continents. It has become quite popular in recent years, and is often referred to as the mushroom of immortality. It is not without reason, as reishi can help reduce stress and increase resistance to viruses and infections.
The mushroom is also considered sexually stimulating — a rather nice combo together with cocoa.
Chaga, or chaga, grows on birch trees and is known and loved both in Nordic forests and the East. In Eastern European countries, marigold has been used as a folk medicine against indigestion and tuberculosis, and to strengthen the immune system.
The mushroom is the most powerful natural antioxidant known. Of all medicinal mushrooms, chaga probably has the greatest diversity of medicinal properties. It contains a bunch of nutrients, vitamins and minerals and an almost complete amino acid profile.
Rich in tradition and a mushroom that is widely used in Chinese medicine. Cordyceps is used among top athletes to increase endurance and strength. It increases the production of ATP, which is the cells’ energy molecule, in addition to oxygen uptake.
The mushroom boosts energy, and also helps our liver and kidneys to function optimally.