Chocolate owes its success to taste, not health benefits. The choice of chocolate combinations in all types of desserts is breathtaking. Chocolate is a multi-billion dollar global industry. In the past, raw cocoa was very important to society.
Chocolate, or what the industry has made from cocoa beans for decades, is considered unhealthy, makes you fat, and breaks your teeth. No wonder parents and dentists warn their offspring against excessive use. But whether chocolate is actually harmful to health depends on individual use. The popular sweetness can be eaten consciously, as some manufacturers of cannabidiol-containing products are aware of.
The combination of chocolate and CBD seems promising.
Cocoa beans and CBD are the perfect combination.
Cocoa beans or chocolate are part of many traditions. Chocolate is inextricably linked to holidays, public holidays and life events in our society. Christmas, Easter and weddings – you can hardly do without chocolate. Once upon a time, cocoa beans were used as currency for humans. Since the beans themselves are not as sweet as one might expect, the popularity of cocoa in humans must be for another reason.
From Xokolatl to chocolate.
Olmecs, one of the oldest peoples in Latin America, were the first to use beans for drinking chocolate. However, it was a drink that was used as medicine or for rituals. It probably wasn’t cute.
Several centuries later, the Mayans also made a drink made from ground cocoa beans, chili, water and corn flour. This drink is the namesake of chocolate, but it was called “Xocolatl” and, of course, was pronounced differently. The name means “bitter water”, so Xocolatl must have tasted the same back then. The Aztecs also used the energizing and invigorating effects of the cocoa beverage as an aphrodisiac, snack, or to prepare for war. Like CBD, cocoa should help focus and improve memory.
When chocolate came to Spain in the 16th century, it was also used as a stimulating drink. The Spanish were also the first to add sugar and honey to the drink to make the tart taste a little sweeter. With this taste, and then in solid form, chocolate began its triumphant march across Europe.
Bitter similarities between CBD and chocolate.
Chocolate stimulates more than just the taste buds. Chocolate triggers biochemical reactions in our body that are similar to those of cannabinoid cannabidiol (CBD), or at least go very well together.
The addition of CBD to chocolate gives it an added value that should not be underestimated. An important benefit of the CBD in chocolate is the pleasure factor. While some people have a hard time getting used to drinking CBD oil daily as a routine, most will certainly find it easy with chocolate. As with chocolate, the history of taking CBD products begins with a tart, bitter aroma.
CBD chocolate combines the best of both.
The effect on taste buds is often of little consequence for mental or physical health. However, we still like to describe chocolate as nerve-nourishing and know that it can give us a boost of energy. The first effect of chocolate is triggered directly in the mouth, through the same taste buds. Feelings of contentment and happiness pass through the body and on bad days leads us to other thoughts.
The body releases more and more anandamide, the hormone of happiness. The antidepressant effect of chocolate can complement CBD optimally, above all it can prolong its duration. It helps with insomnia, anxiety and depression. The effects of cocoa beans and CBD are mutually supportive. The sugar in the chocolate helps the cannabidiol to begin its effects faster and accelerates the onset of the effects. The combination with anandamide enhances the effects of CBD. This makes CBD chocolate the most effective form of cannabinoid intake.