The objective of microdosing is to reap the benefits of the natural medicinal qualities of psilocybin without psychedelic effect. You’re in control of your experience – if you begin at the recommended beginner dosage and monitor your experiences, you should feel no “high” sensation – other than the natural euphoria of feeling at your best.
In the vast majority, there are no adverse effects of microdosing.
However, if you have a personal or family history of psychosis or schizophrenia, you may be at higher risk for a “bad-trip”.
All our ingredients are non-toxic. If you are experiencing a trip, find a comfortable place and drink some water – you’ll be back to baseline very soon.
Just relax, and don’t try to fight it.
Everybody is different. We have 160 pound males who take only 25mg. Where we have 116 pound females taking 200mg.
If you are a beginner, we recommending starting small, 50mg, every 3 days. If you aren’t feeling uplifted within a week or so, increase your dose by 50mg, up to a max of 300mg, until you find your balance. If you are feeling dizzy or drowsy, you have dosed too far.
There is no evidence to suggest that our ingredients have any addictive properties. In fact, new studies support psilocybin efficacy in addictions treatments.
The path to sustainable results is approaching the problem, not solving the symptoms. If stress is affecting focus or mood, consider our formula for Stress Defence first.
That’s your choice. Taking with a dose with food will certain dull any sensations, without reducing the benefits.
However, some of us like the buzz of our morning coffees~
Yes! Our formulas (aka “stacks”) have been developed by herbalists and consultants to compliment each other. Feel confident these formulas have been tried and true over years.
We are a safety-first company. We always suggest you discuss with a trusted physician. Don’t be afraid to ask. We are constantly taken back by the feedback and support we have been receiving from doctors — some even providing tailored schedules.
Many of our customers have! But psilocybin works on the same serotonic system as “modern” antidepressants (SNRI and SSRI). There may be slight risk of serotonin syndrome, depending on the prescription. We encourage you to always ask a trusted physician. They can help you find a dosing schedule for you.
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