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Psilocybin Mushrooms Benefits and Challenges
Posted on 4 October, 2021 by Edward Jack
Psilocybin Mushrooms are used at very low doses of psychedelic substances, such as lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) and psilocybin-containing mushrooms. Media reports show that microdosing is becoming more popular, but the scientific literature contains minimal research on this practice. There are limited reports of side effects associated with microdosing, and the experience of microdosing in community samples has not been categorized.
In this study, we will create a codebook of the benefits and challenges of Microdozers (MDBC) based on a qualitative report of 278 microdozer case studies.
New discoveries in terms of both positive results such as mood improvement (26.6%) and concentration (14.8%) and difficult results such as physiological discomfort (18.0%) and increased anxiety (6.7%) I will explain. It also shows the similarities between the strengths and weaknesses and describes the implications of these results. Looking for differences in drug addiction, we found that psilocybin-only users prioritized the benefits of microdosing over others.
The results of these mixed methods help to summarize and assemble the experiences reported by the active microdosing community as a potential tool for future scientific research. The MDBC classification reported here informs future research so that participant reports can be used to identify the most potential intervention targets and efficiently allocate research funding. Studies on Mushroom Strains complement the full-dose literature as clinical therapies are being developed and neuropharmacological mechanisms are sought. The framework aims to inform researchers and clinicians as experimental research on microdosing will begin in earnest over the next few years.
Psychedelic microdosing practices include the intake of psychedelic substances (LSD, psilocybin, etc.) in amounts below hallucinogens and have recently become popular. . This public interest is in line with the social need for scientific research to inform the general public about the effects of microdosing. Demographics, psychedelic comorbidities, and the use and preparation of comorbidities) and future directions remain unclear. Full-dose psychedelic studies are becoming more and more important, and the results of full-dose studies can certainly inform microdosing studies, but focusing only on known full-dose results is unique to microdosing. Unexpected benefits and challenges of can be overlooked. Therefore, starting with an open and exploratory approach will give you a better understanding of the potential benefits and challenges inherent in microdosing. This study provides a data-driven taxonomy that explains the positive and negative experiences reported by microdosing from open analysis of microdosing-specific results and summarizes promising means of targeted experimental studies. Is aimed at.