Science

Biohacking:

But what exactly is biohacking? It combines biology with modern technology. Like computer hackers, biohackers look for weak points in the human body. Their goal is to optimise lifestyles so that the body and mind perform better.

It is important for biohacks to understand the body precisely in order to then improve it at the right moment. And this is exactly where Yabbaduu comes in: dopamine and endorphins are activated and a better mood sets in.

The manufacturing process of Yabbaduu:

The natural fragrance of the organically grown cocoa bean is extracted in a carbon dioxide extraction plant.

The use of carbon dioxide enables gentle extraction of secondary aromas.

By varying the pressure and temperature in the plant, a slow, gentle extraction is achieved. The decisive factor here is that after extraction the end product is obtained as completely solvent-free and is therefore of organic quality.

The effect of chocolate and the scent on the trail:

Everyone knows that chocolate is a comforter and a bringer of happiness. Numerous studies show that the ingredients derived from the cocoa bean protect the blood vessels, reduce stress, produce feelings of happiness and even promote memory.

But what accounts for the wonderful aroma and seductive scent of dark chocolate? More than 600 different aromatic substances are responsible for this. Our brain rejoices at the very sight of it. It remembers the velvety feeling on the tongue and the satisfied happiness after enjoying chocolate. This area of the brain is stimulated by the hormone dopamine and at the same time sends its excitation potentials to other areas of the brain such as the hippocampus, the seat of memories, and the amygdala, which is responsible for emotions, pleasure and joy. Therefore, the mere scent of chocolate as a memory trigger is enough to activate the pleasure centre.

That's why chocolate rewards you just by smelling it

schokolade neu

The scent of chocolate alone is enough to ignite veritable fireworks of activity in the feel-good centre of the brain. The phenylethylamine of the cocoa bean is a true happiness drug and is also found in the blood of freshly fallen in love. Neuropsychologists found that the alpha and beta activity of the brain waves were increased simultaneously with the scent of chocolate.

The effect of monk's pepper:

Vitex Agnus Castus is an extract from the monk's pepper. A 100% concentrate from the berries is incorporated in Yabbaduu. This stimulates the activity of ß-endorphin, the body's own happiness molecule aud DHEA. This messenger substance has a direct influence on the youthfulness of the skin. Clinical studies conducted on women and men over the age of 50 showed that the concentrate from the monk's pepper provides the skin with additional moisture.

The origin of monk's pepper

Monk's pepper (Vitex agnus-castus) is a large shrub native to the Mediterranean region and Asia. Its berries contain substances - so-called phyto-endorphins - which bind to the opioid receptor and produce an analgesic effect and a feeling of well-being. The berries of the monk's pepper were already used in ancient Greece to treat injuries and inflammations of the skin. In the Middle Ages, monks consumed the dried berries to induce a feeling of well-being and happiness.

Science

Biohacking:

But what exactly is biohacking? It combines biology with modern technology. Like computer hackers, biohackers look for weak points in the human body. Their goal is to optimise lifestyles so that the body and mind perform better.

It is important for biohacks to understand the body precisely in order to then improve it at the right moment. And this is exactly where Yabbaduu comes in: dopamine and endorphins are activated and a better mood sets in.

The manufacturing process of Yabbaduu:

The natural fragrance of the organically grown cocoa bean is extracted in a carbon dioxide extraction plant.

The use of carbon dioxide enables gentle extraction of secondary aromas.

By varying the pressure and temperature in the plant, a slow, gentle extraction is achieved. The decisive factor here is that after extraction the end product is obtained as completely solvent-free and is therefore of organic quality.

The effect of chocolate and the scent on the trail:

Everyone knows that chocolate is a comforter and a bringer of happiness. Numerous studies show that the ingredients derived from the cocoa bean protect the blood vessels, reduce stress, produce feelings of happiness and even promote memory.

But what accounts for the wonderful aroma and seductive scent of dark chocolate? More than 600 different aromatic substances are responsible for this. Our brain rejoices at the very sight of it. It remembers the velvety feeling on the tongue and the satisfied happiness after enjoying chocolate. This area of the brain is stimulated by the hormone dopamine and at the same time sends its excitation potentials to other areas of the brain such as the hippocampus, the seat of memories, and the amygdala, which is responsible for emotions, pleasure and joy. Therefore, the mere scent of chocolate as a memory trigger is enough to activate the pleasure centre.

That's why chocolate rewards you just by smelling it

The scent of chocolate alone is enough to ignite veritable fireworks of activity in the feel-good centre of the brain. The phenylethylamine of the cocoa bean is a true happiness drug and is also found in the blood of freshly fallen in love. Neuropsychologists found that the alpha and beta activity of the brain waves were increased simultaneously with the scent of chocolate.

The effect of monk's pepper:

Vitex Agnus Castus is an extract from the monk's pepper. A 100% concentrate from the berries is incorporated in Yabbaduu. This stimulates the activity of ß-endorphin, the body's own happiness molecule aud DHEA. This messenger substance has a direct influence on the youthfulness of the skin. Clinical studies conducted on women and men over the age of 50 showed that the concentrate from the monk's pepper provides the skin with additional moisture.

The origin of monk's pepper 

Monk's pepper (Vitex agnus-castus) is a large shrub native to the Mediterranean region and Asia. Its berries contain substances - so-called phyto-endorphins - which bind to the opioid receptor and produce an analgesic effect and a feeling of well-being. The berries of the monk's pepper were already used in ancient Greece to treat injuries and inflammations of the skin. In the Middle Ages, monks consumed the dried berries to induce a feeling of well-being and happiness.