Cacao has been a spiritual symbol for Indigenous people in Central America for thousands of years. When the modern chocolate industry took over, much of the plant’s sacred use was lost. Today, people in Guatemala are bringing back the ritual of drinking pure cacao.
Both Izaias and Keith sell their cacao online:
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