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Assessing the evidence for microdosing


Assessing the evidence for microdosing

Microdosing, the practice of regularly ingesting sub-perceptual doses of psychedelics, has received a great deal of coverage in the media in the last few years. The alleged benefits are manifold: improved mood, increased creativity and productivity, mitigation of anxiety and depression, alleviation of headaches, and a greater sense of wellbeing. But what data currently exists? Join us for a critical examination of the facts and fictions regarding this new practice.

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