Psychedelic microdosing

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Psychedelic microdosing is a practice to use sub-threshold doses of psychedelic drugs in an attempt to improve creativity, boost physical energy level, emotional balance, increase performance on problems-solving tasks and to treat anxiety, depression and addiction. [1][2]

A microdose is usually a tenth of an active dose of psychedelic drugs. This practice has become more widespread in the 21st century.[3]

In 2018, a group of scientists at Imperial College London announced a self-blinding study recruiting volunteers across the globe via Internet, using questionnaires and games to evaluate psychological well-being and cognitive function effects of psychedelic microdosing.[4]

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  1. ^ Fadiman, James (2016-01-01). "Microdose research: without approvals, control groups, double blinds, staff or funding". Psychedelic Press. XV.
  2. ^ "The truth about 'microdosing,' which involves taking tiny amounts of psychedelics like LSD". Business Insider. Retrieved: 2017-04-19.
  3. ^ "A Brief History of LSD in the Twenty-First Century". Psychedelic Press UK. Retrieved: 2017-04-19.
  4. ^ https://selfblinding-microdose.org/