What is Cocalizer

COCALIZER Coca Leaf Energy Drink is a new soft drink powered by an exclusive natural coca leaf extract. The extract is made in Peru, the cradle of the ancient culture of the Incas, The ancient Incas knew the stimulant effects of coca leaves many centuries ago. They used coca and worshiped it as a gift of the Sun god. Thanks to coca leaves, they were able to work hard at high altitudes of the great Andes mountains.

The natural coca extract in COCALIZER Coca Leaf Energy Drink is free of cocaine and other illegal alkaloids that are naturally present in coca leaves in minimal concentrations. This makes COCALIZER Coca Leaf Energy Drink completely safe as well as legal. The alcaloid-free extract still keeps many of the valuable nutrients of the coca leaf, including vitamins and minerals.


Coca Extract

The power of coca to fight tiredness, pain and hunger was considered supernatural. Staying in the Andas mountains was hard and unthinkable without chewing coca leaves which among other things eliminates symptoms of the mountain sickness, improves attention, reduces tiredness and hunger, and powers imunity. A study done by the Harvard University in 1975 found coca leaf having large amount of nutrients. Scientists find its leaves extremely rich in minerals (calcium, iron, phosphorus, potassium, magnesium), proteins, fats, carbohydrates, and vitamins (A, B2, C, E). During the last decade, the coca leaf is again being considered a superfood.


Amino acid, blood circulation and brain activity stimulant. It strengthens the heart muscle, improves movement coordination, concentration, mental toughness, and stress endurance. It delays feeling of tiredness.


Alkaloid, central nervous system, circulatory and respiratory systems stimulant. It delays fatigue, sharpens the mind, and improves concentration.


Guarana extracted from a bush growing in tropical regions of South America. It amplifies the effect of coca, supports concentration, prolongs wakefulness, and reduces fatigue.


The coca plant originates from the humid tropical forests on the eastern slopes of the Peruvian and Bolivian Andes. Its power to fight tiredness, pain and hunger was considered supernatural already thousand years ago.

Chewing coca is a common habbit for about 15 million native inhabitants of South America where Indians consume coca as food. It has been scientifically proven that coca leaves have extremely high nutritional value for the human organism. Coca is legally sold packed in tea bags in countries where it is grown, like Peru or Bolivia. Such tea is a mild stimulant without side effects or intoxicating effects of kokain. It reduces headaches, stomach aches, improves man's physical and mental powers. Coca is also highly valued in traditional medicine. Applying crushed coca leaves on temples is used to aliminate headache. Combining crushed coca leaves together with other compontents is used for body wraps for pregnant women. Mixing coca leaves with honey is used to soothe the stomach. Some forms of diabetes are treated with coca. Lately, there are various modern food products containing coca leaf extract. These facts indicate a shift in the change of view on the use of coca leaves.

The path to legalization

Evo Morales, the first Indian president of Bolivia, is the most prominent campaigner of the rights of coca producers. He turned the course of the former Bolivian government that was going to ban coca completely. Morales himself uses coca and a former grower of the crop. With a goal to to erase this traditional food from the international list of banned drugs he took many significant steps in the spirit of "coca yes, cocaine no". Morales is famous for demonstratively chewing coca during his speech at the UN meeting in Vienna, where even the former Ministry of Interior Ivan Langer said prohibiting coca in Bolivia is like banning the Czech plum brandy. In another UN meeting, Morales showed coca leaves and told the audience: "This coca leaf is green, not white, like cocaine."

Were it not for US resistance, coca could have been legalized already. United States asserted arecall of the WTO report from 1995, which found that the use of coca leaves has no negative effects on the health and that in the indigenous Andean populations fulfills a positive therapeutic, religious and social function.


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