What in the world is microdosing? Can “tiny doses” actually accomplish anything?
The rate of young professionals and lay people turning to psilocybin and other similar natural substances to attempt to bring balance to their mood and brain health grows annually.
It’s no secret that storied institutions such as Johns Hopkins are involved in serious research surrounding the psilocybin and psilocin molecules and how serotonin mimics may actually retrain our brains for the better.
What’s really intriguing is the modern day dosing schedule followed by so many known as “microdosing”. A practice of consuming relatively small doses in successive days to effectively stimulate seretonin receptors. What’s more interesting is the last of cost against the economy of neurotransmission in the brain to make this happen.