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8y, 10m agoFound 8 years, 10 months ago
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If you would like to try this new chocolate, please provide the information requested in the form below. We need it to create a diverse pool of testers. Be assured that we will not share this information with anyone. We hate spam and would do nothing to further it.

There will likely be more people requesting samples than we can provide. If your request is selected in our random process, we will contact you by email with more information and to request a name and address to send the sample.

This chocolate is not for sale and you will not be asked to pay any money under any circumstances. The entire purpose of this test is to see whether this new experience is something that people will enjoy and want to buy. So please dont request a sample if you dont seriously intend to help us by providing your input.

And please dont request a sample if you have any trouble with caffeine. Chocolate contains small amounts of caffeine, but significant amounts of theobromine, which is chemically related to caffeine. Its best to play it safe.
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#1
FREE chocolate sample! I hope I am picked. Heat added
#2
applied thanks
#3
hold on has anyone read the FAQ on this
http://www.cabaretchocolates.com/faq.html

It’s therefore no more of a “drug” than a cup of brewed coffee sweetened with sugar. But its effects are different than coffee.

hmmm their defence of this product as not being a drug is making me think it is a drug

it also contains lots of Theobromine aprently

Wikipedia says

"Theobromine can cause sleeplessness, tremors, restlessness, anxiety, as well as contribute to increased production of urine.[27] Additional side effects include loss of appetite, nausea, and vomiting.[29]"

I might give this one a miss
#4
Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm chocolate gimmie gimmie gimmie thanks for finding this 1
#5
jamesdew;1497049
hold on has anyone read the FAQ on this
http://www.cabaretchocolates.com/faq.html

It’s therefore no more of a “drug” than a cup of brewed coffee sweetened with sugar. But its effects are different than coffee.

hmmm their defence of this product as not being a drug is making me think it is a drug

it also contains lots of Theobromine aprently

Wikipedia says

"Theobromine can cause sleeplessness, tremors, restlessness, anxiety, as well as contribute to increased production of urine.[27] Additional side effects include loss of appetite, nausea, and vomiting.[29]"

I might give this one a miss


Be careful of quoting half-truths!
Theobromine is the principal alkaloid of the cacao bean and about 1.5-3% of chocolate is theobromine. It is also an alkaloid, and is a weak stimulant for the central nervous system. Theobromine is responsible for the bitter taste of chocolate. As it only has a half life of 6 to 10 hours it is in the body for quite a short time and hence does not have strong subjective effects.
However it is a diuretic, a cardiac stimulant and will cause dilation of arteries. Too much theobromine one could suffer from nausea, insomnia, restlessness, excitement and even mild delirium. But the good news is that you would have to eat an awful lot of chocolate before the theobromine effects are seen.

[FONT=Verdana][SIZE=2]Theobromine belongs to a class of alkaloid molecules known as methylxanthines. Methylxanthines naturally occur in as many as sixty different plant species and include caffeine (the primary methlyxanthine in coffee) and theophylline (the primary methylxanthine in tea). Theobromine is the primary methylxanthine found in products of the cocoa tree, theobroma cacao. [/SIZE][/FONT]

[FONT=Verdana][SIZE=2]http://z.about.com/d/chemistry/1/0/C/2/theobro.gif[/SIZE][/FONT]
Theobromine affects humans similarly to caffeine, but on a much smaller scale. Theobromine is mildly diuretic (increases urine production), is a mild stimulant, and relaxes the smooth muscles of the bronchi in the lungs. In the human body, theobromine levels are halved between 6-10 hours after consumption.
Theobromine has been used as a drug for its diuretic effect, particularly in cases where cardiac failure has resulted in an accumulation of body fluid. It has been administered with digitalis in order to relieve dilatation. Because of its ability to dilate blood vessels, theobromine also has been used to treat high blood pressure.
Cocoa and chocolate products may be toxic or lethal to dogs and other domestic animals such as horses because these animals metabolize theobromine more slowly than humans. The heart, central nervous system, and kidneys are affected. Early signs of theobromine poisoning in dogs include nausea and vomiting, restlessness, diarrhea, muscle tremors, and increased urination or incontinence. The treatment at this stage is to induce vomiting. Cardiac arrhythmias and seizures are symptoms of more advanced poisoning. Different types of chocolate contain different amounts of theobromine. In general, theobromine levels are higher in dark chocolates (approximately 10 g/kg) than in milk chocolates (1-5 g/kg). Higher quality chocolate tends to contain more theobromine than lower quality chocolate. Cocoa beans naturally contain approximately 300-1200 mg/ounce theobromine (note how variable this is!).
http://chemistry.about.com/library/weekly/aa090301a.htm
#6
I don't know. Why it just requst email? Don't need home address?
#7
fatfairy;1497177
I don't know. Why it just requst email? Don't need home address?

You get picked to go on the panel. If you don't want to add your real email use @bugmenot.com (just add whatever you want before @), then you can pick the reply up at [url]www.bugmenot.com[/url].
banned#8
hmmm free choc!!!!
#9
Free chocolate, I will test it out all year long for them, if they require. Great for chocoholics
#10
Yummmm...... thanks, voted hot
#11
[FONT="Arial Black"][COLOR="Red"][SIZE="2"]thanks this is so hot[/SIZE][/COLOR][/FONT] :thumbsup:
#12
fatfairy
I don't know. Why it just requst email? Don't need home address?


Because the chocolate will sent sent as an attachment, of course
#13
lol chocolate attachment tastey 01010101010101s, unfortunly although however tempting i won't be requesting i have farr too much here and it builds up on me i don't even know why i keep buying it when i don't really eat it anymore (makes me sick)
#14
thanks have applied
#15
phantomwhale
Because the chocolate will sent sent as an attachment, of course


lulwut?

Chocolate tea. Yuck!
#16
Guys virtually all chocolate contains caffeine and theobromine! And I'm sure you're not delerious yet! Stop worrying!
#17
phantomwhale
Because the chocolate will sent sent as an attachment, of course


of course ! :p
#18
nice 1
#19
GOOD FIND - THANKS :thumbsup:
#20
Thanks
#21
signed up thanks
#22
Anybody got this yet?
#23
entered details, thanks
#24
john23
Anybody got this yet?


Nope :whistling:
#25
nada choccy :(
#26
jamesdew
hold on has anyone read the FAQ on this
http://www.cabaretchocolates.com/faq.html

It’s therefore no more of a “drug” than a cup of brewed coffee sweetened with sugar. But its effects are different than coffee.

hmmm their defence of this product as not being a drug is making me think it is a drug

it also contains lots of Theobromine aprently

Wikipedia says

"Theobromine can cause sleeplessness, tremors, restlessness, anxiety, as well as contribute to increased production of urine.[27] Additional side effects include loss of appetite, nausea, and vomiting.[29]"

I might give this one a miss


#
although wikipedia can be a good source of info, anyone can put anything there, it is all submitted by members of the public.

its not sturdy info, although some and most is good info! :D

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