Beginners to microdosing!

What is Microdosing and how does it work?

Microdosing is the method of treating pre-existing conditions with little quantities of psychedelics (LSD, psilocybin, MDMA, DMT) (like depression or anxiety). The goal isn’t to go high, but to find a better balance.

What is a typical dose?

That depends on the drug you’re taking and whether you’ve eaten or not. On a full stomach, the effects may be lessened. A typical microdose, is between 5% and 10% of a standard dosage. A typical mushroom dose, for example, is 1 to 1.5 grammes. A microdose is defined as a dose of 50 to 150 milligrammes. Microdoses can also be consumed in uncooked or liquid form.

How often do you microdose?

That is dependent on your intentions. However, it should be done at least twice a week and preferably outside of working hours. While many people experiment with micro-dosing on their own, experts advocate professional supervision and periodic breaks for those using psychedelics for therapy to avoid developing tolerance and decreasing the drug’s effectiveness.

Are there any risks?

Psychedelics have a lot of potentials. While micro-dosing, avoid mixing them with alcohol or other substances, including prescription medications. Some specialists advise against using any type of stimulant, including coffee. Wait three or four hours before micro-dosing if you’re on prescription medication. Microdosing in a comfortable environment is very vital for beginners. Remember, your intentions go a long way

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