Let's Get Micro-Psyched Together
You’ve read the headlines and heard the stories: For many, microdosing psilocybin is the gateway to connection with self and others.
And beyond the gateway is a personal journey that unfolds through the process of integration.
What is integration? Consciously working with and assimilating the experiences that can arise during psychedelic medicine work by reflecting on and incorporating insights into one’s daily life.
Committing to a protocol that includes ongoing integrative practices is how we recognize and reveal the magic within.
Introducing Micro-Psyched Integrative Microdosing Protocol available worldwide to all humans.
In partnership with licensed therapist and integrative coach Kendra Bloom, Mico-Psyched offers three membership options to learn to personalize your protocol over 3, 6, or 12 weeks.
Members are not required to work with OF LIKE MINDS psilocybin products and may source their own magic.✨
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The term "microdose" typically refers to a dose significantly smaller than what would be considered a standard dose.
Often around 10-20% of a standard dose, microdosing takes tiny amounts of a substance to achieve subtle benefits like enhanced creativity, focus, and mood without experiencing any significant side effects such as hallucinations or other significant changes in perception.
People may choose to microdose because they are curious about trying psilocybin and want to gradually ease into the experience.
Below are reported outcomes as a result of microdosing psilocybin.
- Therapeutic or cognitive enhancement
- Improve creativity, productivity, focus
- Improve emotional & overall sense of well-being
- Regulate mood
- Reduce symptoms of anxiety, depression
- Manage chronic pain
It is important to note that the effects of long-term microdose use are not well understood. Research is beginning to shape our understanding of how and why psilocybin has been an effective treatment for mental illnesses such as anxiety and depression.
- Consult your physician if you or anyone in your family has a history of bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, psychosis, other mood disorders, and/or other mental health conditions.
- If you are taking prescription medications, talking to your healthcare provider before starting a microdosing protocol is important. Some medications, such as SSRIs, SNRIs, anti-psychotics, and MAO inhibitors, can interact with psilocybin and may cause unwanted side effects.
- When selecting a protocol, it's also important to consider your overall health and wellness.
While you microdose, integration happens in real time.
- Sleep patterns and/or changes
- Changes in daily mood, temperament, and energy levels
- Physical effects such as nausea or dizziness
- Changes in your well-being: anxiety and/or depression levels, outlook on the future or past, perspective shifts
Visit the product page to learn how OF LIKE MINDS Microdose Capsules are expertly formulated as compared to the industry standard “horse pills” that contain ground whole fruit bodies.