Microdosing Psilocybin has shown a lot of promise as a way to help people deal with daily stress, anxiety, depression, PTSD, and even to learn better, be more creative, and really just be more conscious of themselves and those around them. Basically it provides many direct and indirect positive effects. This can be especially true with the help of a microdosing coach.
Though there is a lot of information out there, it can be extremely helpful for some people to have someone that can help guide them through the process of optimizing microdosing. Essentially, there is no one-size-fits-all for microdosing. The Psilocybin dose you should take, as well as how often, is really different depending on a range of factors. This is where a microdosing coach comes in. In this episode of StoneAgeMan talks, Rob interviewed Greg Spivack, who is an optimal wellness coach, about microdosing with psychedelic mushrooms.
In short, Greg talks about how microdosing with magic mushrooms can help increase consciousness and being more present in one’s daily life. It doesn’t produce a “high” but helps individuals become more intuitive and mindful. Greg mentions that the benefits of microdosing are diverse. Some examples are helping people with anxiety, depression, and even those seeking creative or personal growth or to increase consciousness. This final point can lead to better self-awareness and self-improvement. Greg and Rob also talk about how microdosing magic mushrooms can lead to “indirect benefits”, like adopting healthier lifestyles and mindfulness overall.
As a microdosing coach, Greg also really highlights the importance of finding the right microdosing protocol for each individual. Common protocols include four days on and three days off, but it’s advised to start small and adjust as needed. They discuss whether microdosing leads to tolerance or depletes neurotransmitters, but this does not seem to be the case.
Overall, the interview highlights the potential benefits of microdosing with mushrooms for personal growth, well-being, and increased consciousness. If you want more details, make sure you watch the full interview!