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Microdosing shrooms to improve anxiety

- Fri, 17 Jan 2020 02:21:36 EST CAcqIBzl No.901080
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Hello /psy/,

I suffer from extreme anxiety that greatly interferes with my day to day life. I am considering microdosing mushrooms because I have heard that it may improve things for me. I have experience with psychedelics but have never tried microdosing before.

Anyone have experience microdosing to improve mental health? If so, what was your dosing schedule like and how long did it take to notice improvement? Also, how long should I continue microdosing after I see improvement? Will the improvements last after I stop microdosing?

I always felt better after tripping in the past but eventually my anxiety would come back. Hoping I can sort of "cure" myself, I know this might not exactly be possible, but I at least would like to improve my situation for a while.

George Brookbury - Fri, 17 Jan 2020 02:40:42 EST NYw9n0/7 No.901082 Reply
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There's really only one way to find out, experiment with doses and see what works for you.

I've found higher doses every 2 weeks works better for my mood overall moew than microdosing throughout the week does. It takes the guess work out of dosages and the more intense experiences allow you to break through barriers that you wouldn't be able to get through on smaller doses.

If you can handle taking larger doses, do it, because the benefits will be greater.
David Brookdale - Fri, 17 Jan 2020 04:30:35 EST 4q9buqUW No.901084 Reply
I don't think psychedelics have what you're looking for. There is one thing that psychedelics cannot trump, and that one thing is philosophy. The problem lies within
>Anyone have experience microdosing to improve mental health?
>improve mental health?

Define "mental health" and perhaps we would be able to assist you further.
Phineas Billingfoot - Fri, 17 Jan 2020 06:44:03 EST IvOInNBn No.901088 Reply
Have you tried dissociatives? I know you didn't ask this, but they are so radically different from psychedelics ESPECIALLY if you have anxiety (I do/did).
George Brookbury - Fri, 17 Jan 2020 14:06:07 EST NYw9n0/7 No.901092 Reply
What are you guys talking about? Psychedelics are perfect for getting rid of anxiety (which is what OP is hoping to improve).

Dissociatives are more just a bandaid.
Outsider - Fri, 17 Jan 2020 18:39:13 EST CAcqIBzl No.901098 Reply
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Yeah i've done a lot of dissociatives, but as >>901092 said, they are more of a bandaid. I also feel like abusing 3-meo-pcp was probably not good for my mental health haha.

Well anyway, despite you silly goofballs naysaying up in my thread, I took about 0.3 this morning and I feel pretty great. Anxiety didn't quite disappear entirely, but I found it more manageable. I also felt extremely happy and had no problem focusing in my 3 hour long morning class. It was fun. I'm thinking, based on some things I've read around the web, that I'll take that dose every 3 days until I run out (I started with an eighth) and then see where I'm at.
Isabella Hublingspear - Sat, 18 Jan 2020 04:19:46 EST IvOInNBn No.901106 Reply

If your anxiety consists of bad thoughts then taking a drug which tends to give you stimulated thinking will just give you way more bad thoughts.

Anyway I had chronic anxiety for 10 years but after addressing it I conclude it was all environmentally-based. And it addressed it seriously so its gone now.

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