There is a lot of scientific research on using tiny repeated doses of psilocybin for therapeutic effects and optimal results in improving creativity and mood. However, gathering relevant data on your own can prove quite tricky.
Many self-medicating individuals attempt to treat their depression symptoms and dysfunctional mental states by taking micro-dosing dosages of psilocybin –a chemical found in magic mushrooms, grown from specialty ordered psilocybe cubensis spores. A low dose can help many cope with stress, but the exact minimum adequate amount is not public knowledge. As a result, self-treatment with magic mushroom compounds can gradually lead to higher mini-doses and addictive behavior.
Researching micro-dosing dosage should be done with caution because small amounts of psilocybin can change behavior patterns and increase self-awareness or intrinsic motivation. Still, slightly higher doses can have adverse effects and durable transformations in personality. A typical micro-dose is from five to ten percent of a normal dose and should not be taken on an empty stomach or mixed with alcohol, coffee, energy drinks, and other drugs.
Furthermore, supervision by experts is highly recommended in the beginning.
All users can gradually build up a tolerance to this substance, which is why the effects can diminish progressively, and the need for upping the dose may suddenly emerge. Therefore, it is up to every individual to do their research and ensure balanced self-care and long-lasting positive results of micro-dosing.