Microdosing is a term that refers to the practice of consuming very small, sub-hallucinogenic doses of a psychedelic substance, such as LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide) or psilocybin, which is found in magic mushrooms. The doses are typically about one-tenth to one-twentieth of a recreational dose and are taken regularly over a period of time. Proponents of microdosing claim that it can enhance cognitive function, increase creativity, and reduce symptoms of depression, anxiety, and stress without the intense sensory and psychological experiences associated with full doses of these substances. While anecdotal evidence suggests potential benefits, scientific research on microdosing is still in the early stages, and there is a lack of robust empirical data to support these claims. The practice has gained popularity in various professional and creative circles, with individuals seeking to improve their productivity and well-being. However, due to the illegal status of these substances in many countries, research and discussions on microdosing often occur in a legally grey area, which can pose challenges for academic study and standardization of dosing protocols. As interest in the therapeutic potential of psychedelics grows, more controlled and rigorous studies are being called for to assess the safety, efficacy, and mechanisms of microdosing.
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