Cocoa, (Theobroma cacao), also called cacao, a tropical evergreen tree, is grown for its edible seeds. Cocoa is usually grown in nurseries before field plants for efficient growth. And the Giant Hybrid Cocoa Seedlings are no exception as they are the most commonly grown for commercial purposes.
Features of Giant Hybrid Cocoa Seedlings
- The giant hybrid cocoa variety grows to a height of 6–12 metres (20–40 feet).
- The hybrid cocoa’s oblong leathery leaves measure up to 30 cm (12 inches) in length and are periodically shed and replaced by new leaves that are strikingly red when young.
- After four years the mature giant cacao tree produces fruit in the form of elongated pods; it may yield up to 70 such fruits annually.
- The pods range in colour from bright yellow to deep purple.
- They ripen in less than six months to a length up to 35 cm (14 inches) and a width at the centre of 12 cm (4.7 inches).
- Giant hybrid cocoas usually require temperatures of about 20 °C (68 °F) to 28 °C (82 °F).
- The raw hybrid cocoa contains a high nutritional profile making it a superfood loaded with flavonoids and magnesium.
- It combats fatigue.
- It improves mood and balances mood swings.
- The giant hybrid cocoa is incredible for vibrant and healthy skin.
- It prevents premature ageing.
It fights off tooth decay.
- Improves digestion and soothes coughing fits.
- The hybrid cocoa improves heart health and brain function.
- Taking the hybrid cocoa is a perfect way to satisfy your cravings for chocolate without overloading your system with processed sugar.