The Perfect Microdose Method – Cocoa Cannabinoids with CBD
Nourishing your endocannabinoid system is an important step to improving your health and we’ve made it so easy with our Nature Nurse “Cocoa Cannabinoids” with CBD, made with real, organic dark chocolate that we’ve sourced ethically ourselves. With just a piece or two, you can support your body balance and well-being. It’s delicious! The dark chocolate actually works in tandem with the CBD extracts to bring extra levels of nourishing to your body.
Please Note: Because our high quality chocolate must arrive to you with the highest quality – we send our Cocoa Cannabinoids with faster shipping rates to avoid melting.
What Our Customers Are Saying:
“These are great for so many reasons! I love the 2.5mg dosing because it allows consumers to microdose and find the amount that works for them. I was feeling a bit of a headache coming on while visiting a friend so I ate two of the CBD squares, and within an hour I was feeling much better! I appreciate that Heather Manus, RN (the CEO of Nature Nurse), is committed to sustainable business practices and has ensured that the cocoa she’s using for her chocolates is ethically sourced.” – Ashley Manta, DOPE Magazine Product Review
“For me the best part of the product was that knowing that the entire package was only 75 mg. Micro-dosing is becoming increasingly popular. I can eat a 1000 mg brownie in one sitting and be down for the count the rest of the day, or I can slowly eat a piece of Nature Nurse throughout the day and still be extremely productive.” – Edibles List Magazine Product Review
“Chocolate is a constant staple on my taste buds, so reviewing them has become like a second language for me. When I saw Nature Nurse, I knew I couldn’t wait to try this brand. This deep dark chocolate is all natural and 100% organic, which is what I love the most about it. I also love the fact that you have a CBD option for those lovers of the plant who don’t necessarily need the psychoactive effects of cannabis but want to benefit from nourishing their endocannabinoid system. Everyone seems to walk away happy from this amazing line of confections.” – Edibles List Magazine Product Review
How Much Do You Know About Cacao?
Cocoa beans contain a hefty amount of antioxidants. Some researchers have put that amount at about a 10 percent concentration. This concentration is said to be greater than many common foods that are prized for their antioxidant properties. For example, cocoa beans contain 621 antioxidants, while wild blueberries contain 61, and domestic blueberries contain 32. Cocoa beans also contain three times the antioxidants that green tea has and twice the amount found in red wine.
Cocoa beans contain enzymes that are known to combat depression. Serotonin, dopamine and phenylethylamine (PEA) are used by the body to promote positive mental health and a sense of well-being. In addition, cocoa also contains other enzymes that are designed to help these feelings of happiness last longer.
Cocoa beans contain significant amounts of polyphenols which are good for the cardiovascular system. Researchers have uncovered evidence that this element could reduce blood pressure, increasing the health of the heart. Magnesium is another element that is vital to good heart health, as it increases the strength of the heart and improves its health. Magnesium also helps reduce the risk of blood clots. Blood clots are one of the risk factors associated with strokes and heart attacks.
Having a cup of hot cocoa gives a person the same energy-boosting results as a comparably sized cup of coffee without the coffee crash that is often experienced after its consumption. This is because there are fewer stimulants in cocoa beans than there are in coffee beans. In addition, consuming cocoa helps relieve anxiety.