“Compared to standard antidepressants, which must be taken for long stretches of time, psilocybin has the potential to enduringly relieve the symptoms of depression with one or two treatments,” says Roland Griffiths, Ph.D., Professor and founding director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Psychedelic and Consciousness Research.
Developed by Paul Stamets, the Stamets Stack pairs psilocybin (the active ingredient in magic mushrooms) with lion’s mane and niacin (vitamin B3) for a powerful, brain-boosting microdose formula.
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One of the most common questions we get from our community is about how to use microdosing as a supportive protocol for ADHD and ADD.
We are a culture obsessed with instant gratification and time spent looking at various screens. Our brains are hardwired to mono task, yet the world around us is propelled by multi-tasking and having as many tabs open as possible at once – no wonder our ability to focus is at an all time low.
Microdosing psychedelics has gained interest recently as a viable treatment for various mental health issues. Microdosing, opposite to macrodosing, entails ingesting extremely tiny dosages of psychedelic chemicals daily.
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You’re about to embark on your microdosing journey. You have an intention for what you’re looking to heal, process, or shift. You’ve landed on a protocol that works with your schedule and lifestyle, and you’re planning on taking your first microdose this week.
“Is this something that I can do while taking care of my kids?”
This is a common question we encounter within our community (which we totally understand!). A lot of folks reach out to us noting their past experience with magic mushrooms, which resulted in a “trip”, also known as a macrodose. They wonder if microdosing will feel similar, in which case, not a suitable experience to combine with parenting.
More and more frequently we’re being asked about the impact of microdosing psilocybin and symptoms tied to female hormone irregularities. This includes premenstrual syndrome, balancing an irregular menstrual cycle, and menopause. While this is an under-researched topic, we’ve gathered anecdotal evidence and have investigated the science that does exist to discuss how microdosing can be a supportive tool in working through hormonal symptoms.
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