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What is microdosing

Microdosing is the practice of taking very small, sub-perceptual amounts of psychedelic drugs like psilocybin mushrooms, typically about one tenth of a regular dose (50-300 mg of psilocybin mushrooms).

Microdosing doesn’t produce the hallucinogenic effects of a full dose, but users still experience an array of benefits.

A Microdosing protocol is a suggested schedule for when to Microdose.  One of the most common protocol’s is put forward by the famous mycologist, Paul Stamets. He is the feature of the Netflix’s documentary, Fantastic Fungi and has written six books on mushrooms.  His protocol recommends microdosing for four days, then taking three days off. Taking the two days off is important as the body builds up a tolerance from psilocybin. The protocol is then repeated, often for a four week cycle, followed by a two week rest, but this varies. 

Microdosing Benefits

Emotional Stability

Enhance Focus

Improved Cognition

Boost Energy

Decreased Anxiety

Before you trip

Trip tips to get you started

First time taking shrooms and don’t know where to start? That’s okay! this is a quick guide to get you started with your first dose and to have a fun and safe time doing so.


Anyone who has taken shrooms will tell you, being in the right headspace is crucial. Shrooms can boost your mood and energy, give you a euphoric feeling and induce light to extreme hallucinations (depending on the dose). With that in mind, going into a shroom trip when you are stressed will enhance those negative emotions and buckle you in for a bumpy ride.


If it’s your first time trippy, bring a buddy! most seasoned shroom users will recommend beginners bring along an experienced user or “trip sitter” to hang out with them while they go through their experience. Make sure this is someone you trust and feel safe with, don’t go ask a stranger on the street to look after you while you trip.

Set & Setting

You want to take shrooms in a place where you feel safe and comfortable, avoid places that make you anxious like work or school. It’s common for people to want to spend their trip outside in nature as it helps you feel more connected with the earth beneath you. It’s also common to take shrooms in the comfort and safety of your own home. Just make sure there aren’t any things that will be potentially stressful and put a damper on your trip.


This is widley debated subject, mushrooms and mirrors. majority says to stay away from them because your perspective of yourself will change and that might be a disturbing thing to catch a glimpse at in the mirror. Some have reported staring at themselves for hours during their trip and reporting it a “humbling” experience. For your first time, avoid mirrors or anything that can show your reflection, that includes the front facing camera.


Set and Setting are crucial to an extraordinary mushroom experience. Music plays a crucial role in creating the setting and can deeply impact your mindset. We’re assembled our favorite playlists to enhance your journey.

Have any of your own favorites? We would love to add them to our list! 

5 hr 30 min

This particular playlist was concocted when the Imperial College of London were undertaking Phase 1 clinical trials for psychedelic treatment of depression. It is tailored to a single medium-to-high dose of psilocybin.

“Apart from the music selection and the structuring of this selection into a particular order, the mixing is an important aspect. The ways songs transition into each other, the fade-ins, the fade-outs, and the periods of silence, all together determine an experience of flow and continuity: The way the music breaths in and out of silence, and in and out of diverse emotional trajectories, is attuned to the experience”

5 hours

This is a five hour, fully connected journey designed to musically guide a group or individual through an entire psilocybin experience, start to finish.

6 hours

The seven-hour and 40-minute playlist, developed by researchers at Johns Hopkins, seeks to express the sweeping arc of the typical medium- or high-dose psilocybin session, often with classical music. (There is extra time built into the playlist, as session length can vary.) 

6 hours

This playlist was arranged by researcher Kelan Thomas, and carefully follows the multiphase model that Helen Bonny and Walter Pahnke developed in the early 1970s. The playlist includes more indie, new wave and post-rock than any other therapy playlists. 

The idea here is to create a sense of ebb and flow that the participant can feel as a series of tension-and-release experiences. A playlist with multiple peaks can also help to titrate the experience and keep it from getting too intense. 

More Magic

Looking to watch something? We recommend:

Fantastic Fungi

Fantastic Fungi is a descriptive time-lapse journey about the magical, mysterious and medicinal world of fungi and their power to heal, sustain and contribute to the regeneration of life on Earth that began 3.5 billion years ago.

Have a Good Trip: Adventures in Psychedelics

​​Mixing comedy with a thorough investigation of psychedelics, ‘Have a Good Trip’ explores the pros, cons, science, history, future, pop cultural impact, and cosmic possibilities of hallucinogens.

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