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IN MICRODOSING MEDICINE, THE INDIVIDUAL IS THE ULTIMATE SOVEREIGN
We’ll show you all the practical tips and tricks where microdosing is currently being
applied — tips you can apply to your own practice as well!
Since the publication of The Psychedelic Explorer’s Guide in 2011, the once-underground psychedelic medicine practice of microdosing - which involves taking subperceptual doses of psychedelic medicines such as psilocybin intermittently over extended periods of time - has exploded across the globe.
Participants in another online survey reported reduced use of alcohol, caffeine, tobacco, and other illicit drugs after microdosing.
A survey of 8000 microdosers published in Nature found that those who microdosed to treat mental health issues scored lower on measurements related to stress, anxiety, and depression compared to non-microdosers also polled within the study.
Practitioners in 69 countries have responded to an initial survey conducted by Explorer's Guide author James Fadiman.
So the potential gains from microdosing could be immense.
But how does one microdose? Who should do it, and who should avoid it? How long should you do it, and who should do it? How does one get started, and how does one reap the most benefits from it?
All of these questions and more are answered in THE MUSHROOM MICRODOSING MANIFESTO.
In this book, you’ll learn...
How to implement microdosing as a tool to aid recovery from substances or destructive habits.
How to use the Medicine Box mushroom microdosing protocol, along with our Mind's Eye supplement.
The 8 resolutions of the mushroom microdosing manifesto.
Microdosing's potential pitfalls, and how to avoid them.
We’ve created a mixture of shroomies (fruiting bodies only), herbs and minerals (only the best in small batches we can find) to give your brain an extra boost during your dosing days and added momentum on your rest days.
Niacin and Magnesium L-Threonate for neuronal support and plasticity
Ashwaganda and holy basil to calm the mind and reduce nervous tension
Seamoss as a neuroprotective that supports thyroid, energy recovery, and immune health
Turmeric as an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory; combats degenerative processes in the brain
Brahmi for mental clarity, memory improvement, combats uneasiness, antioxidant
Lion's Mane for neurogenesis
Cordyceps for an energy boost
Agarikon and Reishi for anti-inflammatory/immunomodulatory superpowers
Chaga for heart, health, and optimal blood sugar
Turkery Tail as a gut enhancing probiotic
MICRODOSING CAN BE ANYTHING TO ALL THE PEOPLE, BUT NOT ALL THE THINGS FOR ALL THE PEOPLE. SO, WHAT IS MICRODOSING GOOD FOR?
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