Cocoa ceremony - recipe, ingredients, effect, buy cocoa

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In this article we would like to give you an insight into the world of cocoa. In the end, you should be about the earlier importance of cocoa, the cocoa ceremony, the effect, the ingredients, as well as a recipe for the cocoa tea, richer in the necessary know-how, in dealing with cocoa.



  1. What is a cocoa ceremony?
    1. Process of a cocoa ceremony
  2. Cocoa for ceremony - which is suitable?
    1. Cocoa
    2. Nibs
    3. powder
  3. Important cocoa effect for the ceremony
    1. Cocoa ingredients and active ingredients
      1. Theobromine
      2. Theophyllin
      3. Antioxidants
      4. caffeine
  4. Cocoa ceremony recipe
    1. Cocoa tea
  5. Buy ceremonial cocoa
  6. Conclusion


1. What is a cocoa ceremony?

The cocoa ceremony originated in the Inca and Maya period in South America. The cocoa was called the "fruit of the gods", namelyTheobroma Cacao. In this respect, the ritual is related to the goddess Cacao, the guardian of holy wisdom and strength.

The goal of the ritual is to pay the imbalance between nature and man. The ritual can solve internal blockages, promote creativity and create harmony.

However, it is important not to stamp exactly these expectations in the ceremony, but with an intention. So do not cramp your thoughts on a goal, such as B. solving a blockade, but is open to whatever you encounter during the cocoa ceremony.


1.1. Process of a cocoa ceremony

Forms of a cocoa ceremony are mostly dancing, singing, meditation, a sound experience or several forms together. The exchange with each other is often in the foreground in a group event.

In earlier times, the heads of a ceremony, which are called shamans, prepared themselves several days before the ritual by fasting. It is absolutely recommended that participants also had the last meal about 4 hours earlier and then drink enough water.

The shape of the planting of the plant is already determined before the start. You can contact the head before participating in a cocoa ceremony and ask a few questions to ensure that the type of performance and the intention is suitable for you.

  • Which country does the cocoa come from with which we will work?
  • What intention pursues the ceremony and what activities can I expect?
  • How many participants will there be?

There are generally no fixed rules for this ritual. It can be held outdoors or on premises. In the foreground is the inner well -being.

The rituals themselves are always associated with a certain intention. You should clarify these intentions or reasons for you in advance and ask as written above, which is the intention of the conductor. The following questions can help you:

  • Do you want to feel a feeling, or topic that you have been crushing for a long time?
  • Do you want clarity about certain facts or areas of your life?
  • Do you just want to indulge in the joy in a circle and the impartiality of the group?


Cocoa ceremony forms performance experience


1.2. Advantages of a cocoa ceremony

The cocoa ceremony can help you achieve inner clarity about your own intentions and heal past wounds through internal work. Both the physical absence from your everyday life and the exceptionally energetic ceremony space create an environment by can break out of your daily mindset to gain new perspectives.

Depending on whether you take part in a single ceremony or group semony, an intensive human connection to all participants can also open up. Sharing the cocoa during the ceremony lets everyone swing at a similar energy level and thus ensures a deeper and more conscious encounter with each other and to one self.

Participants report on a jointly positive mood, increasing joie de vivre, higher empathy and a warm open heart. In this way, even a ceremony with strangers can become an experience of exchange and learning by learning something about yourself and your point of view in life through shared experiences from another participant.

The cocoa ceremony is a spiritual experience for your body, mind and mind. And even if all of this sounds very like a hocus -pocus, it is not far from a meeting of several friends and drinking some glass of wine or beer, because here too, albeit differently, the same energy!

1.3. Is the cocoa ceremony suitable for me?

Every cocoa ceremony and every teacher are different. It is therefore good to find out more about the process and the teacher and his intention beforehand. This gives you an impression of how the ritual will work and whether it matches your own intentions. You will also find out whether it is a rather external or internal ritual. You can do it under 1.1. use questions mentioned.

If you don't like a group ceremony from the gut feeling, there are also 1: 1 cocoa rituals, which are also designed freely and from meditation, over a walk in the forest, to an ecstatic dance.

If you strive for past trauma or particularly deep inner work, a 1: 1 cocoa ceremony is probably better, since you get the teacher's intensive support here. A normal group of ceremony, on the other hand, is more designed for collective energy and the coming together of like -minded people.


2. cocoa for ceremony - which is suitable?

To choose from:CocoaNibs orpowder

2.1. Cocoa

Here, too, your possibilities are not a limit. The cocoa butter is still included in the raw mass. The cocoa butter ensures a pleasant, creamy consistency.

2.2. Nibs

With the NIBs, the shredding and processing to the mass can be painstakingly. In addition, the process can lead to very different, taste results, since it is difficult to create a uniform consistency. On the other hand, the intensive preparation already results in a kind of manufacturing ritual.

2.3. powder

In addition to the cocoa mass, cocoa powder is ideal for preparation, provided you use a powder that has not been steeped. The cocoa ingredients are the same except for the oil. We can give you the cocoa ofGoodmood recommend that you also in ourShop find.


Which cocoa suitable for ceremony?


3. Important cocoa effect for the ceremony

Cocoa is not only enjoyed in the circle of a ceremony. It has many important components and has an impressive effect on the human organism. In the following we describe the effect of individual active ingredients. If you are particularly interested in health aspects and histamine, we recommend our article “Cocoa is healthy - ingredients, effects, histamine & preparation

3.1 cocoa ingredients and active ingredients

Who would have thought that cocoa was a super fruit?

The cocoa beans are wide -ranging in valuable ingredients. These include: fats, vitamins, minerals, polyphenols, methylxanthine such as theobromine and caffeine. Due to the number of antioxidative polyphenols, the cocoa bean is considered health -promoting and may also be used to prevent illness.

3.1 Theobromine

As the name suggests, it isTheobromine A main ingredient that Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa bean). In theGuayusa-Plant and inTea leaves The active ingredient theobromine also occurs.

What makes him so special is his anti-inflammatory and stimulating effect on the circulatory, respiratory tract and digestive system. During the ceremony you will definitely feel this cocoa effect.

3.2 Theophyllin

Unlike Theobromine, Theophyllin in Kocao is only a slightly represented ingredient. More about Theophyllin And you will find out its effect in the linked blog post. In general, Theophyllin has a performance -enhancing effect on our body.

3.3 Antioxidants

Our body needs the antioxidants to protect it from oxidative stress through so -called free radicals. Based on the ORAC value, the values ​​of various foods can be determined. Orac stands for"Oxygen radical absorbance capacity" -which does ______________ mean"Ability to intercept oxygen radicals". The ORAC value is usually measured in Trolox in 100g (as a unit). It indicates how many antioxidants in a fruit, a vegetable variety, one Tea blade Or are also available in a cocoa bean. In our separate blog article you will learn more about the task ofAntioxidants.

There are more antioxidants in the cocoa bean than in many other foods. In the following you will find the content of antioxidants per 100g in cocoa products:

  1. Cocoa powder 803.7μmol
  2. Bake chocolate 456.8μmol
  3. Bitter chocolate 198.0μmol
  4. Milk chocolate 62.0μmol
  5. Chocolate syrup 63.4μmol

The more the cocoa bean was processed, the fewer antioxidants it contains. For a cocoa ceremony, raw cocoa of ceremonial quality should always be used, this has a positive effect on the effect.

3.4 Caffeine

Caffeine is the ingredient in cocoa, which is responsible for a slight increase in cognitive skills such as attention and focus. However, caffeine is only represented in a very small proportion in the cocoa bean, more precisely only in the amount of approx. 0.2%. If you still have open questions aboutcaffeineHat, the linked contribution can help you.


Cocoa effect and ingredients


4. Cocoa ceremony recipe

So that you are well equipped for your next cocoa ceremony, we have put together the following recipe:

First of all, you choose your favorite cup or shell.

We would like to give you the following guidelines for milk or water, as well as the cocoa mass or powder:

  • 200ml: 30g
  • 250ml: 37.5g
  • 400ml: 60g
  • 500ml: 75g

Instead of cow's milk, we recommend oat milk. This brings a light sweetness directly. Otherwise you can also take water, then it would be a cocoa tea. More on that in the next paragraph.

Then you heat your plant milk or water slowly. Make sure that the milk does not begin to cook. It should really only be heated. After you have heated it, slowly introduce the raw cocoa and stir until it has completely resolved.

4.1 cocoa refinement

You can now refine your cocoa with spices such as coconut blossom sugar, cinnamon, vanilla, honey, cardamom or licorice.

The coconut blossom sugar makes your ceremonial cocoa less bitter and at the same time ensures better absorption. Also to chilli or to Coco Amino Würzsauce You can grab because it stimulates blood circulation. The brewing of the cocoa on the stove is best suited because you can boil all the ingredients with each other.

4.2 Kocao tea

As already mentioned, the cocoa tea is also ideal for a cocoa ceremony. This is the variant to boil the cocoa with water. The nice thing about the cocoa tea is that you have the choice between several variants. Namely for those who like it more caffeine:Cocoa tea and guyausa Or with a little less kick:Cocoa tea with Chai.

You can find more about the effect of the individual versions and the cocoa recipes for your own ceremony at: Kocao recipe - preparation of cocoa tea with caffeine. Have fun preparing and afterwards when enjoying it!

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Cocoa ceremony recipe preparation


5. Buy ceremonial cocoa

Thematching cocoa For your ceremony with all the important ingredients and the full effect can be found in our Shop. Also like to look around our partner Goodmoodfood.Goodfoodmood As we do, we also offer fair and sustainable natural products, including organic cocoa beans. We, on the other hand, have on the most caffeinated sheet of the world "Guayusa“Specializes, more about the unique effect in our Blog. We know the owners of Goodmoodfood personally and have already made some actions together.

6. Conclusion

Kocao has a long story in which one encounters the cocoa ceremony, which is now increasingly finding its way. The cocoa beans carry many important ingredients with them, which is why they are also counted as a superfood.

Such a ritual usually takes place in groups, but can also be held 1: 1 or alone with a teacher. For your own cocoa ceremony at home you will find your suitable one hereRecipes

A cocoa ceremony does not run according to any fixed rules, but is as individual as the teacher, cocoa and the participants. Whether dance, meditation, vocals or everything together, the ritual follows an issue and has an intention, but no fixed goal, this remains open. You should therefore not go to the ceremony with a firm expectation, but only with an intention to be guided by this.

Hopefully this post has taught you a lot of new things and enjoy cocoa and Guayusa made. Both plants come from South America and go hand in hand with each other. Try it out, we look forward to your feedback.