Psilocybin Microdose Magic Mushroom Capsules

The act of eating sub-perceptual (unnoticeable) doses of a psychedelic chemical is known as microdosing. The most convenient approach to microdose is with magic mushroom powder capsules. Magic Mushroom Capsules make it simple to maintain a consistent microdosing routine.

Individuals who want to maintain a constant microdosing habit can purchase magic mushrooms in the form of powder capsules, which provide a convenient and exact approach to reap the benefits of sub-perceptual doses.

Many people who incorporate microdosing psilocybin mushrooms into their weekly routine report enhanced creativity, more energy, increased attention, and improved relational abilities, as well as decreased anxiety, tension, and even sadness. Microdosing can be used as therapy or to improve a general sense of well-being and togetherness.

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Magic Mushroom Microdosing FAQ

What is Microdosing?

The practice of consuming minuscule (sub-perceptible or imperceptible) doses of psilocybin is referred to as microdosing magic mushrooms.

Why Microdose Magic Mushrooms?

The goal is to improve your day-to-day life. Many favorable effects have been reported by scientific evidence and anecdotal evidence, including improving mood, enhancing energy, focus, and cognition, and decreasing insecurities, anxiety, sadness, and stress.

It has also been demonstrated to enhance medical outcomes, such as cluster headaches, migraines, and menstruation complaints.

Psychedelic scientists is becoming increasingly confident that microdosing with psilocybin can have great medical benefits while posing few risks or adverse effects.

Are Magic Mushrooms Addictive?

They are, in reality, the polar opposite. Therapists are prescribing magic mushrooms as a treatment to assist people overcome addictive behaviors such as smoking, alcohol usage, and other substance dependence.

What Microdosing Schedule Should I Follow?

There are two schools of thinking here, but the common goal is the same: use one of these two ways to prevent developing a tolerance to the’shrooms.

Dr. James Faidman (the doctor credited with popularizing the notion and initiating scientific research on microdosing) Fadiman’s method is to take a microdose every three days. Faidman also suggests keeping a notebook or simply observing how you feel during the day.

Observe the results especially on your off days, i.e. days 2 and 3, since many people report heightened feelings of flow, creativity, and vitality on their off days after taking the microdose. Paul Stamets (one of the world’s most renowned and decorated mycologists)

Stamets’ Protocol: Take a microdose every day for four days, then take three days off (e.g., a microdose on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, then none on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday). Repeat.)

Stamets also suggests taking other supplements to boost the neurogenesis effects of mushrooms; this is known as the “Stamets Stack.” It contains psilocybin as well as Lion’s Mane and a B vitamin called niacin.

Why the complicated protocol, why can’t I take a tablet everyday like other medications?

Taking days off from microdosing can help you keep your sensitivity to the mushrooms and prevent your body from developing a tolerance.

The exact mechanism is unknown, however researchers have discovered that consuming psilocybin too frequently can reduce the sensitivity of serotonin 5-HT2B receptors to psilocybin.

In fact, the common consensus on vitamins and supplements is that you should cycle them rather than following the plan indefinitely.

What time of day should I take it?

Morning time is the best time to take it and enjoy the benefits throughout the day.

What amount of Psilocybin should I take in a microdose?

There is no simple answer to this. So why not? Because everyone’s body is unique! People respond differently to the same dose due to factors as simple as height and as complex as individual biochemistry.

Having said that, many people respond well to a 0.15-0.3 gram psilocybin microdose. Larger persons generally require a higher dose. You can always increase your dose to 0.5-1 gram after a few weeks of getting used to what a beginner microdose feels like.

Can I take other medications?

You can continue to take your current meds. Here is a list of drugs and supplements that individuals report taking without incident. Because microdosing uses such minute doses of psilocybin, there is no evidence that it interferes with the effects of other drugs or vice versa.

Who shouldn’t microdose?

Some people with colour-blindness report lasting visual distortions and anyone with a history of psychotic disorders is also advised not to microdose.

What if I am pregnant?

This is no scientific evidence or research done on microdosing and women who are pregnant. We recommend talking to your doctor before taking a microdose of psilocybin.