The Ultimate Guide To Microdosing Psychedelics

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When you think about consuming canna-bis, magic mushrooms, acid or peyote, what comes to mind? Probably crazy visuals, a couch-lock and trips into the unknown. Today, another way of approaching these fabrics is gaining popularity. We’re talking microdosing (or microdosing), which is about taking these medicine in much smaller amounts than what you’d consume to get high or to trip completely.

With microdosing you don’t trip, you don’t experience crazy visuals and you don’t get high; it is a bit different. You may find that your work improves, important conversations go more smoothly and your artistic achievements improve. Microdosing “elevates” you to a micro level above your normal self and improves your life on many levels. Research shows that people who microdosing experience improved creativity, improved emotional well-being and better day-to-day functionality.

What Is Microdosing?


Microdosing is taking psychedelics in dosages much lower than what is required for a trip or high. Thus one experiences lighter effects with more targeted benefits. Instead of taking 100μg of acid, take 10μg. Instead of consuming 3g of magic mushrooms, you consume 0.2g. Instead of smoking 20mg THC, take a light 2mg swallow. And instead of consuming 400mg of mescaline, consume 50mg.

With microdosing, the idea is that the experience is sub-perceptual. You shouldn’t feel like you’ve taken a psychedelic. This allows you to experience many of the benefits, while still functioning in a normal way. Microdoses act as safe and effective “performance enhancers” in many areas, from studying to exercising and directing emotional situations to spiritual activation.

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For example, microdosing with magic mushrooms promotes the growth of new neurons in the hippocampus. Hippocampal neurogenesis has been associated with improvements in energy level, mood, concentration and cognition. Other research has shown that magic mushrooms allow parts of the brain that are usually separate to “talk” to each other. This can be associated with an increase in creativity.



It is no longer possible to determine who was the first person to use psychedelics. Archaeological research indicates that human culture and technology made a quantum leap forward about 70,000 years ago. Terence McKenna hypothesized that this “cognitive revolution” was fueled by our ancestors who plunged their noses into the psilocybin. Were they the founders of microdosing? We can only guess at that.

At the end of the 19th century, Western science began to take an interest in psychedelics. The first wave of psychedelic research, from 1880 to 1950, focused mainly on mescaline. The real emergence of microdosing did not take place until the second wave of psychedelic research, culminating in the 1960s. This renewed interest focused mainly on psilocybin and LSD.

Dr. Alfred Hofmann was the first to bring microdosing to the attention. He stated that microdosing LSD had beneficial physical and psychological benefits and that more research was needed. Hofmann himself used microdosing throughout his life. He also made long walks in the woods, enjoying a low dose of LSD. In any case, his health has not suffered; he turned 102 years old.

Thanks to Hofmann’s discovery, the psychedelic substances were once again in the spotlight. During the 1960s, both sides of the cultural battleground made use of it. The CIA conducted high-profile MK Ultra experiments, and the American youth themselves researched the medicine and effects. Not sinister research into psychedelics was also conducted in the 1960s. James Fadiman led the uprising and published a study on the effects of psychedelics and creativity in 1966. We will come back to that later.

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September 22, 2020 |

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