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No. Chocolate is made from cocoa, which is the pulverized powder of the seeds of the CACAO tree (Theobroma cacao). Cocaine is derived from the COCA plant (Ethroxylon coca).

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Simply No, two completely unrelated plants.

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The same plant yes but different parts. Chocolate is made from the beans or seeds of the coca plant while cocaine is made from the leaves and the plant itself.

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