“Stirring a very small amount of magic mushrooms or truffle in the morning will make you more creative, productive and feel better.” At least that is what many “micro dosers” claim. Pam van der Veen tried it out. Click here to read Pam’s full article.
Psilocybin is the active ingredient found in certain types of mushrooms and truffles. In large doses, psilocybin is a psychedelic substance that can alter the perception of the real world by its effects on the human brain and central nervous system. But what about microdosing?
The only difference between “kinds of truffles” that matters is the strength. A microdose of psilocybin is said to be about 0.2-0.5 grams. Initially, you should know that truffles and magic mushrooms have different strengths. So some are stronger than others. Body weight and individual tolerance should also be taken into account, along with stomach contents and other limitations.
Microdosing research is still at an early stage, so it is recommended to be careful and listen carefully to professionals in this field.
People who microdose with truffles receive so little gram of psilocybin, which means that users do not experience the psychedelic effects such as hallucination. However, they do experience the subtle, useful effects. These effects are very personal, but it is well known to have a positive impact on many users. The overall well-being is improved, and people also become more creative and feel better.
Microdosing truffles requires scales capable of weighing extremely small quantities. For example, the NTR-100T from Justice Scales is a good scale to purchase if you want to start microdosing truffles. This scale is able to weigh up to 0.01 after the decimal point. So perfect! Some people also say that they divide their substance and put it in empty capsules which makes them easier to store with the right dose. They are also immediately ready for use if you want to take it.