Reykjavik PARTYWAVE Superchocolate


Social-Stimulant Chocolate “PARTYWAVE”

According to psychological theory, we pursue hedonism, or enjoyment, in order to satisfy our own self-interests. Pursuing pleasure is fundamentally a very selfish endeavor, yet we do it anyhow. But we may pursue personal pleasure while simultaneously making other people happy. Giving to charity is a great illustration of this: Giving to charity triggers the same reward area in the brain as receiving money.

Eating chocolate is undeniably a part of hedonism, the self-interested pursuit of enjoyment. It brings us joy, contentment, and consolation. Indulging in chocolate is a hedonistic behavior because it satisfies our need for pleasure and dulls our perception of suffering.

As we’ve seen, it’s not always easy to nail down just how much chocolate makes us happy. Still, the vast majority of individuals hold the view that this influence is real. Actually, there are chocolate-flavored “happiness pills” on the market. In addition, a Canadian research that looked at the correlation between chocolate and happiness came up empty-handed because the people in the control group who didn’t get any chocolate ended up eating all of the chocolate that was there [source: Chan].

Even while researchers haven’t figured out what makes chocolate make people happy, they have found links between the two. Men in their 70s from comparable socioeconomic backgrounds were polled in 2007 to gauge their health, life satisfaction, and emotions including contentment and loneliness among 1,367 participants. A question about their favorite sort of confectionery was also sneaked in. According to Strandberg et al., those who liked chocolate were less likely to be depressed or lonely and had a more positive view on life overall.

Is it really important if science never determines the exact mechanism by which chocolate affects our moods? Feel free to indulge in chocolate if it brings you joy.

Welcome to the mushroom kingdom. Reishi mushrooms are masters of immune support, energy, and cellular protection. Using every part of the mushroom, from mycelium to fruiting body, for a slow, steady & balanced energy reign.*

Take it 1 square at a time. Can take up to two squares per day as needed.

Fx Defend has a deep, decadent semi-sweet flavor. Unlike other mushroom chocolates on the market, ours honestly tastes great! We’re not struggling to hide that mushroom funk, we hit the ‘sweet spot’. We work with small-scale farms and use the whole cacao bean. All our formulations are 60% cacao, but it tastes darker because we don’t use conventional sugar. We use Allulose instead, which can be found naturally in sources like raisins, figs, kiwi fruit, and jackfruit. Let it melt in your mouth, and enjoy and savor every bite.


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