Softening the Edge: How a “Type-A” Professional Used Microdosing to Rediscover Balance

Learn More About Psilocybin Mushroom Spores Resistance Is Futile Since then, Cheryl’s hard edge has softened. She’s more tolerant and less judgmental––even with “stupid, annoying people”. She can even find simple pleasure in the mundane drudgery of life. “I have so much less resistance to life,” she says. “I am able to engage with this … Read more

Never Too Late to Heal: At 71 Years Old, Leina Faced Her Childhood Trauma

Learn More About Psilocybin Mushroom Spores After 30 years as a practicing psychotherapist, Leina* has seen more than her fair share of trauma, depression, and anxiety. Yet, despite helping thousands of individuals overcome their inner challenges, she could never seem to help herself. At 71, Leina still struggled with anxiety and negativity. ”It would have … Read more

Two Organizations Focused on Microdosing Research Announce Partnership

Learn More About Psilocybin Mushroom Spores Microdosing Sporestore · February 25th, 2020 The world is wondering what to do with psilocybin, one of the most promising drugs in the world. Three cities—Denver, Oakland, and Santa Cruz—now allow citizens to grow and use psilocybin mushrooms without fear of city cops. Meanwhile, a handful of ambitious startups … Read more

What’s the Optimal Dose Amount for Microdosing LSD?

Learn More About Psilocybin Mushroom Spores Microdosing Sporestore · November 3rd, 2020 Here’s something we know, at least anecdotally: microdosing LSD can help combat depression and anxiety, contribute to feelings of well-being, and lead to insights and creative perspectives that might otherwise be inaccessible to us. Here’s something we’re still trying to figure out: what’s … Read more

Microdosing, Macrodosing, and Mindfulness

Learn More About Psilocybin Mushroom Spores Microdosing Samuel Douglas · November 13th, 2020 By Samuel Douglas, Philosopher and Vice President of the Australian Psychedelic Society Mindfulness, explored through meditation and other practices, is being aware of, and accepting, the present moment. While the idea can seem simple, it’s both powerful and potentially challenging. Psychedelics, at … Read more

Avoiding Negative Experiences With Microdosing

Learn More About Psilocybin Mushroom Spores Microdosing Greg Ferenstein · November 18th, 2020 This post explores how microdosing psychedelics can require a significant amount of supplemental mindfulness practices, such as meditation or journaling, in order for users to not feel overwhelmed by the intoxicating effects of the substances. For example, if a user spends 20 … Read more

Combining Movement and Microdosing: Athletics, Exercise, and Flow

Learn More About Psilocybin Mushroom Spores Microdosing Liz Zhou · December 9th, 2020 Microdosing psychedelics is a great way to experience the benefits of plant medicines without plunging into a full-on visionary journey. By consuming only a portion of a ceremonial or recreational dose, you can infuse a heightened sense of joy, clarity, and awareness … Read more

Can Microdosing Help You Integrate Your Psychedelic Insights?

Learn More About Psilocybin Mushroom Spores Psychedelic journeys contain moments of powerful insights, and often even ultimate truths. But sometimes we reduce these experiences to a dinner story rather than harnessing the lessons into lasting change. Instead of altering unwise behaviors, we remain ruled by old habits. Even when we have the best intentions to … Read more

Finding Awe: Microdosing, Connectedness, and Transformation

It’s no secret that the Western world has found itself awash in an existential crisis for the ages. Rates of depression, addiction, and suicide are at all-time highs, loneliness has become an epidemic, and a sense of meaninglessness seems to have seeped into many people’s lives. Though each individual certainly has their own circumstances, the prevailing theory is that this baseline cultural malaise can be traced back to the tenets of our 21st century lives: with the rise of social media, urban lifestyles, individualism, and instant gratification, we’ve lost our connection to community, family, and the natural world—and thus ourselves.