New snortable chocolate allows consumers to get high without breaking the law

New snortable chocolate allows consumers to get high without breaking the law

Coco Loko
Coco Loko
By: William Martin

(Scroll down for video) A new item is being introduced to the market called Coco Loko, which is chocolate that people consume by snorting it.

The product is being marketed to people over 18 years old as a drug-free way to get a “buzz,” and it is perfectly legal.

Nick Anderson, the creator of Coco Loko, said that snortable chocolate has been used in Europe, for over two years.

In fact, people loved it so much that some bars stopped selling alcohol and sold snortable chocolate to get people dancing instead.

After seeing the results in Europe, and learning that no injuries have been reported by people using the product, Anderson he decided to introduce it into the United States.

The chocolate is mixed with ingredients found in energy drinks and other products to give users “a steady rush of euphoric energy and motivation that is great for partygoers to dance the night away without a crash.”

It also claims that the “Raw cacao will give you a sense of calm focus and reduce worry in your brain so you can accomplish many tasks at once. It is known to help anxiety and reduce stress.”

However, they stress that these claims were not approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Coco Loko was introduced by the Florida-based group named Legal Lean. Their first product, which is a drink called Legal Lean, is a legal recreational drug made from prescription-strength cough syrup.

New York Democrat U.S. Senator Charles Schumer is asking the federal regulators to investigate the product.