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.
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.
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.
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