Psychedelic microdosing could change our society for the better. But we still don’t fully understand its limitations and risks. Here we explain why it’s best to avoid microdosing for extended periods of time until we know more.
LSD and psilocybin mushrooms are the most common psychedelics to microdose with. But what are the differences? Is one preferable to the other? Do they really have different effects at small doses?
Psychedelic microdosing is a growing trend, and has a staggering number of applications and benefits. But it’s our responsibility to be aware of the risks and downsides of frequent microdosing – and to show that psychedelics can be safe and healthy.
Have you ever become so absorbed in a task that you lose track of who you are? This mysterious and fleeting experience is known as Flow, and is an important part of the creative process. Could psychedelics help boost the possibility of flow states?
Microdosing is a growing trend among artists, entrepreneurs, and pretty much anyone with an interest in bettering themselves. It involves taking very small doses of psychedelic drugs to boost creativity, improve productivity, or treat mental health conditions.
A new theory of depression attempts to tie together what we understand about antidepressants and psychedelic therapy. Could future medicine be a combination of SSRIs and Shrooms?