Quick Answer: Does Chocolate Make You High?

Snorting chocolate will get you high — but doctors advise against it.

Snorting Coco Loko will produce a euphoric effect that can last up to 60 minutes, its creator says.

Chocolate is a remarkably effective emotional panacea that has proven to offer a host of physical benefits, too.

Yes, snorted.

How does chocolate make you feel?

Extra reasons why chocolate makes you happy

Especially dark chocolate stimulates the production of endorphins in our brain. For example, the fact that chocolate melts in your mouth is perceived as very pleasant by our body. This feeling is passed on to our brain and triggers to production of endorphins.

Can cacao get you high?

Coko Loko, a snortable chocolate powder that mixes cacao with ingredients commonly found in energy drinks, debuted last month as a legal, drug-free way to get a quick energy buzz. “It’s almost like an energy-drink feeling, like you’re euphoric but also motivated to get things done,” Anderson told the Denver Post.

What happens when you eat too much chocolate?

And because of the effects on the cardiovascular system, which include a drop in blood pressure and increased heart rate, too much theobromine can be fatal. But Caldwell says that’s extremely rare. For one, he says, you would need to consume a lot of the stuff (more on that below).

Is chocolate a stimulant?

Modest amounts of caffeine in chocolate provide a healthy stimulant effect, suitable for consumption by all adults and children, except for the unusually sensitive or hyperactive. Like caffeine, theobromine is a central nervous system stimulant, though it is milder in its effects.