Hot Chocolate With Adaptogens and Tonic Herbs
COLDER DAYS = WARMER DRINKS
Are you ready to fill your cup up with BLISS?
This LIMITED EDITION indulgent, decadent, vibe-enhancing, and mood-boosting hot chocolate is ideal to unwind, and destress as a form of self-care this holiday season.
Fill your cup up with an arousing, creamy adaptogenic, healthy hot chocolate made with chocolatey Cacao, immune enhancing Reishi, nerve calming CBD, hormonal-boosting ashwagandha! Of course, topped off with a seasonal calming peppermint!
Our passion at CURED is educating ourselves as well as those near and dear to our heart (YOU) to introduce an innovative approach to alternative medicine and natural supplementation to live a healthy and vibrant life! With that, lets quickly cover the power behind this cup!
REISHI: the mushroom of immortality. Find your ease with this adaptogen that is widely known for its over 150 health benefits ranging from:
- Enhances the immune system
- Decreases anxiety and depression
- Stabilizes blood sugar
- Improves sleep quality
- Lowers blood pressure
- Reduces inflammations and acts as an antioxidant
- Relieves allergies
- Aids in gut health
CACAO: the chocolate in our chocolatey . This is however different from what you maybe thinking of “cocoa”. The Theobroma Cacao tress is what is used in this product. Cocoa is derived from this tree, and is used when referring to unprocessed version of the cacao bean.
Normal cocoa powder and chocolate have been chemically processed and roasted, which destroys a large amount of the antioxidants and flavanols (the things that keep you young and healthy). Getting more bang for you buck in terms of health and healing attributes is why I consciously chose to make Cacao the spotlight of this recipe.
Ashwagandha: Ashwaganda root is an Ayurvedic herb that’s crossing into the mainstream, thanks to its many mind-body benefits. Most notably, ashwagandha has calming properties that help you manage stress, anxiety, balance your hormones, and reboot your adrenals. It has been used for over 2,500 years, and is actually the most commonly used and extensively researched adaptogen herb.
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of course, we wouldn’t leave you without a new recipe to whip up;)