When Microdosing is not Recommended

There is a growing trend towards psychedelic microdosing.  With more and more research being done in this area, we are seeing some fascinating results.  However, there are times when microdosing is not recommended.  With education, you can make an informed choice as to whether this practice could potentially benefit you.      


*You are younger than the legal age in your country of residence (19+ here in Canada).

*You are pregnant or breastfeeding. 

*If you live with a mental or physical condition and/or illness. 

*During traumatic life situations, such as grief or loss.    

*In combination with alcohol or other drugs. 

*In combination with some prescription medications.

Please share your story with microdosing in the comments below.  Let's educate each other through personal experience.  🙏🏼

This article is for educational and informational purposes only. It is not, nor is it intended to be, a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment and should never be relied upon for specific medical advice.

It is not recommended that people with colour-blindness, or who live with diagnoses of psychotic disorders or along the autism spectrum try microdosing. 

Most psychedelics are illegal in most countries.  Make sure to educate yourself about the law where you live.  

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