The Holistic High
Transcending its status as a superfood, Cacao is making its mark on the dance party scene as the new healthy party drug alternative. Known for its ability to increase levels of Oxytocin and Serotonin, Cacao also contains Phenylethylamine, which acts like an amphetamine, stimulating brain cells to release Endorphins and Dopamine similar to getting high.
Generating subtle feelings of alertness and euphoria, large doses of Cacao can provide a mild yet similar effect as Cocaine and MDMA by improving blood flow and oxygen levels whilst also reducing blood pressure and stress on the nervous system. Enhancing the users experience by creating a “holistic high” without the comedown.
Cacao vs Cocaine
Whether on the streets, in the clubs, or in the jungle, there is no denying that cocaine has an impact on our environment. Causing devastating effects on both the human and planetary body, Coca like most Sacred plants, has been adulterated to produce the addictive and destructive substance commonly known as cocaine.
Considered the most Sacred plant of all, the Coca leaf has been used for thousands of years in traditional ceremonies as medicine for body, mind and soul. Now, it is chemically processed into an illicit substance that's wreaking havoc on the land and the people. This is why we support our Sacred Cacao farmers in the jungle of the VRAEM (Cocaine Valley) to ensure their lands are protected from illegal cocaine farming and provide alcohol and drug free party events in the cities, with our Sacred Cacao Bar.
Sacred Cacao Parties
Born out of a need of sustainable partying, the Sacred Cacao Bar is a party with a purpose. Producing some of the best music entertainment without the need for drugs or alcohol, the Sacred Cacao Bar is showing people a new way to party. Founded on the principles of leave the place better than we found it, and leave people better than we found them, our holistic night club experience is fuelled by Cacao, elixirs, tonics & nootropics, where every ticket sold and each drink purchased, protects one acre of Indigenous lands in the Amazon Rainforest.