Psychedelics and Microdosing

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Microdosing Research

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Microdosing psychedelics: More questions than answers? An overview and suggestions for future research

2019 | Erritzoe, D., Knudsen, G. M., Kuypers, K. P. C., Nichols, C. D., Nichols, D. E., Ng, L., Nutt, D. J., Pani, L., Soula, A.

We don't yet know much about the effects of microdosing or have even defined it rigorously. Kuypers and colleagues ask the questions and take the first step in building a framework for a more scientific study of microdosing. Microdosing is defined as the 1) use of a low dose below the perceptual threshold that does not impair ‘normal’ functioning of an individual, 2) a procedure that includes multiple dosing sessions, 3) with the intention to improve well-being and enhance cognitive and/or emotional processes.

Microdosing psychedelics: Motivations, subjective effects and harm reduction

2019| Amada, N., Jungaberle, H., Klein, M., Lea, T., Schecke, H.

This survey study (n=525) found that the motivation for microdosing (psilocybin and LSD) was to mainly to improve mental health, personal development, and cognitive enhancement. Four out of five participants used one or more harm reduction techniques on microdosing days (e.g. not dosing when unwell, no alcohol, avoid driving).

Twenty percent better with 20 micrograms? A qualitative study of psychedelic microdosing self-rapports and discussions on YouTube

2019| Andersson, M., Kjellgren, A.

This qualitative study (n=198) of opinions on microdosing found that they were generally well-tolerated and were used for therapeutic or enhancement purposes. The study analysed 32 videos and the self-report reactions to those videos.

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