A Beginner’s Guide to Microdosing
Microdosing is becoming the next big thing in getting the right kind of high and relief from pain, stress, and anxiety. For those who have been taking small doses of hallucinogens or who may be considering starting to microdose, questions may play around your “want-to-get-high” mind, such as what really is microdosing? Will you get high? What’s the typical dose? What makes it beneficial for those who want to get medical relief from different ailments? How can you enjoy some leisure time while at work? Here is a beginner’s guide to microdosing.
What exactly is microdosing?
Some may think that microdosing is a new way to get high but contrary to popular belief, the “fad” is not really new as drug companies started microdosing in the 1970s as part of their development outside of clinical trials. The goal of microdosing is to take low sub-hallucinogenic doses of psychedelic substances, such as lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) and psilocybin-containing mushrooms, in everyday life.
Who should microdose?
If you are getting your treatment for pain, stress, anxiety, and depression from cannabis, microdosing can be a good alternative when you are at work or somewhere else. Most microdosing products are created for discreet use anytime and anywhere. Also, the effects can be beneficial when you need some energy, euphoria, and calmness to work on tasks as microdosing psilocybin can make you more productive, creative, and focused.
What is a typical dose?
As a general rule, microdosing measures anywhere from 5 to 10 percent of a normal dose. For example, you take one to one and a half grams of mushroom in a dose. High-quality Psilocybe Mushrooms are available in packaging that contains just the right amount of ingredients for a single microdose. You can also find instructions and recommended dosage in microdosing capsules you will find in the market today. Usually, you can feel the effects after some minutes of a single dose.
What are the benefits?
Microdosing has become the favoured alternative in reaping the therapeutic benefits of mushrooms. Medical treatment includes chronic pain, muscle spasms, migraines, anxiety, depression, stress, and inflammation. With microdosing, you can get a good high that is enough to take these ailments away without smoking. Aside from the medical benefits, microdosing psilocybin is found to be effective in increasing productivity.
Are there any risks?
Microdosing is generally considered safe and effective. One of the most important things about microdosing is to make sure that you get the right amount of psychedelic to get the intended outcome. People who have been clinically diagnosed with psychotic disorders, such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, should not use psychedelic drugs even at a small amount.
Microdosing has a bright future in scientific studies as the benefits outweigh the risks. It is always a good idea to check the labels on products you will buy and read more about the effects of the contents of these products. You can also ask for some advice from someone who has been microdosing for some time and from a healthcare provider that you can trust. Remember that microdosing was named for nothing, so be cautious in how much you take.