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January 28, 2021

Microdosing vs. Ayahuasca: What do these have in common and what are the differences?

Who has not heard of Ayahuasca? For most people it has had an incredible impact on their lives. However, not everyone is ready to embark on this deep inner journey. For those people microdosing is a great alternative.

What is microdosing?

Microdosing means that you take a small dose of a plant medicine or other substance in order to experience gradual healing. You commit yourself to taking the microdosing for a certain period of time and to following a rhythm. Often people do microdosing for 1 or 2 months. Then you pause for 2 weeks and you can possibly start microdosing again for 1 or 2 months.

Microdosing vs. Ayahuasca

With Ayahuasca you generally must enter a deep inner journey in which you lose control. Many people are afraid to lose control. This is also the reason why not everyone dares to take an Ayahuasca journey. There is a large group of people who are curious about Ayahuasca or another plant medicine (e.g. Choco Bliss), but do not yet dare to take it. Microdosing is the perfect alternative!

Why can microdosing be an alternative to Ayahuasca?

Unlike an Ayahuasca ceremony in which you take a maxidose so that you enter a deep, inner journey, in microdosing you take a microdose. This microdose helps you to function normally while experiencing the benefits of the plant medicine.

What are possible benefits that you experience with microdosing?

Microdosing has become very popular in Silicon Valley in recent years as microdosing can provide tremendous benefits in performance, creativity, focus & productivity.

Another group starts microdosing for more inner peace, to get closer to themselves and experience spiritual growth. Microdosing gives you what you need. It can also be enormously helpful for reflection and to enter a healing process.

Do you take this every day?

During microdosing, you follow a certain rhythm. There is not necessarily a right or wrong. Most people take the microdosing every other day or every 2 days. However, you can also take it 5 days a week and have 2 rest days during the weekend. You will feel which rhythm suits you best.

Isn’t it addictive?

Microdosing is not addictive. It usually involves the use of psychedelics. These plant medicines have a reflective and healing function that bring you closer to yourself. When you stop you do not have any withdrawal symptoms.

How long does the microdosing stay in your system?

The microdosing is out of your system on the 2nd rest day. When you have 2 rest days you make sure that the microdosing always wears off.

Long-term effect

Since microdosing in the form of psychedelics helps to transform your neurosystem it brings long term healing. This is because the psychedelic drug creates new connections in your brain. This allows new beliefs to emerge. People often feel closer to nature, which automatically leads to a (permanent) healthier lifestyle.

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