Buy Spore Wellness (Cognitive) Microdosing Mushroom Capsules
Spore Wellness Cognitive (SWC) is ideal for those looking for a mental edge by improving memory and general cognition. Spore Wellness Cognitive (SWC)
Each bottle of SWC contains 25 capsules (500mg per capsule). Vegan and gluten-free.
Lion’s Mane (hericium erinaceus) known for its neuroprotective abilities, is used for improved cognitive function as it increases the amount of Nerve Growth Factor (NGF) in the brain. This mushroom helps with neural growth, reduces inflammation, and improves overall brain health. It also helps with relief from anxiety, fatigue, and symptoms of depression.
NOTE: Niacin Flush is a common side effect of taking Niacin (Vitamin B3) supplements. It may appear as a red flush of your skin with an itching/burning sensation. Although uncomfortable, the reaction is harmless and temporary while your body adjusts to the levels of Niacin (Vitamin B3).
Recommend Use: Promotes mental clarity, focus, and memory
- Golden Teacher (psilocybe cubensis) – 100 mg
- Lion’s Mane (hericium erinaceus) – 325 mg
- Organic Ginger – 50 mg
- Niacin (Vitamin B3) – 25 mg
Benefits of Microdosing:
- Improved mood
- Increased creativity
- Improved focus
- Improved energy
- Improved memory
The benefits of full-dose psychedelics
While more than a thousand early studies linked psychedelic use with beneficial effects , there was a 40-year pause on psychedelic research following the prohibition of these substances . Despite continued prohibition, modern research has revealed the promising potential of LSD and psilocybin for treating alcohol and tobacco dependence [14,15,16,17], depression [18, 19], and end-of-life anxiety [20,21,22], while related research on 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA) has shown great promise for treating post-traumatic stress disorder . Psychedelics can also increase openness and occasion mystical-type experiences in healthy controls [24,25,26]. As full-dose psychedelics appear to aide in the relief of severe, chronic psychiatric conditions (e.g. depression, anxiety, PTSD), milder mental health concerns may plausibly be treated by lower, recurring doses. This is especially worth considering if certain full-dose outcomes are found to rely on purely pharmacologic mechanisms rather than primarily on phenomenological experiences .