Microdosing Psychedelic Mushrooms is Now Mainstream
About microdosing psychedelics Let’s face it, we’d all love to be like Bradley Cooper’s character in the movie Limitless. All you’d have to do is pop a magic pill and, voila, you’re able to tap into our full mental power and learn practically anything at will.
Well, magic mushrooms don’t exactly give you superhuman intelligence, but studies on them show that psilocybin, the chemical in them that gets you high, can sharpen your mind in ways that were previously unknown.
That’s the reason hallucinogenic drugs are making their way into mainstream society. Not too long ago social media sites like Reddit became abuzz with silicon techies who swore how microdosing on LSD and other psychedelics helped them recharge their batteries while on the job. Steve Jobs, the late Apple co-founder once confessed how the use of LSD helped him design the packaging for his Apple products, and said the psychedelic drug was “one of the two or three most important things I have done in my life.”
About microdosing psychedelics
Now, these same products have moved from Silicon Valley and are fast becoming the recreational drug of choice among ordinary people. Rather than chasing a high, these guys just want to feel good about themselves. College professors, accountants and even ordinary moms and dads are now joining the bandwagon. Whether it’s commuting to work, or doing household chores a growing number of them confess to swallowing a tiny dose of shrooms to get them through the day.
And why not? There’s overwhelming evidence that the positive changes that microdosing has brought to their lives is more than just a figment of their imaginations. The most commonly mentioned benefits shown both from lab-based research and anecdotes from users are improved mood, sharper focus and productivity, as well as being able to connect with others better.
About microdosing psychedelics
Users now have more choices than ever when it comes to taking magic mushrooms. You might want to simply eat dried magic mushrooms or even take shroom-infused products such as capsules, gummies, chocolates, or magic mushroom tea. You can find all of these products online at Psilocybin Garden
How It All Started
Microdosing first appeared in San Francisco almost a decade ago. In 2011 an American psychologist and writer by the name James Fadiman wrote The Psychedelic Explorer’s Guide, introducing the word microdosing into popular culture. In the book, he recommended 10 micrograms of LSD every three days as the best dosage to get the right results. Fadiman immediately got a huge following across the US and around the world, prompting researchers to start studying psychedelic drugs.
Not that LSD hadn’t been tried before. In the ‘50s and ‘60s acid had been used to treat mood disorders like alcoholism and anxiety but was declared illegal in the US in 1968 as horror stories of users overdosing and having bad trips started surfacing. Consequently, research into its clinical use came to a standstill.
Decriminalization of Magic Mushrooms
To this day psychedelics like magic mushrooms remain illegal in most parts of the US, although several cities in the US like Denver and Oakland have moved to legalize them.
That’s because public opinion against soft drugs like cannabis is on the wane. In 2014 Pew Research Center did a survey showing that American attitudes towards drugs were fast-changing and that a new policy on drugs was needed. The survey showed that
- The majority of respondents believed that U.S. drug policy needed to focus more on treatment than incarceration.
- The number of respondents who thought marijuana should be legalized had gradually increased.
- Most of those surveyed thought that mandatory drug sentences were not necessarily a good thing.
- Three-quarters of the respondents thought people shouldn’t be jailed for possessing small amounts of cannabis.
- The bulk of those surveyed believed that alcohol is more harmful than cannabis.
No surprise then that in October 2018 Canada legalized marijuana federally, becoming the first member of G7 states to do so, and was followed by the US. Given this turn of events, it’s only logical to expect that magic mushrooms and other beneficial psychedelics will be fully legalized in the not so far future.
Findings presented by Researchers at the Beyond Psychedelics conference in Prague in June. (Source: The Benefits and Drawbacks of Microdosing Psychedelics)
Is Microdosing Right for Me?
If you find yourself struggling with your mental health, are in a constant state of depression, and really pulling at straws when it comes to feeling any joy in your life, perhaps microdosing psilocybin is the right choice for you. Since microdosing does not produce hallucinations of any kind, you can microdose and continue with your daily tasks as usual without any interference whatsoever in your demeanour. Since it’s naturally occurring, it also does not have any negative side effects on your body.
It can improve your problem-solving abilities, increase your energy, help with substance abuse elimination, improve your mood, and give you the motivation to live a better quality of life. We always encourage our users to do as much research as possible on this, and always start with the lowest dosage available, then work your way up if you find it’s improving your mood and quality of life in general.
Enjoy Magic Mushrooms Delivered Discreetly
We want to give everyone access to premium psychedelic mushroom products that are safe to use and packaged discreetly for your privacy. Working with a reliable, trustworthy dispensary is paramount in your journey of becoming a better version of yourself. Try out our unique assortment of magic mushrooms and microdose capsules.