Buy Spore Wellness (Essential) Microdosing Mushroom Capsules
Spore Wellness Essential (SWE) is ideal for those looking for the purest mushroom micro-dose experience.
Our non-intoxicating formula contains only Golden Teacher mushrooms (psilocybe cubensis) and is vegan and gluten-free. Spore Wellness Essential (SWE)
Recommend Use: Promotes Mood Balance
- Golden Teachers (Psilocybe cubensis) – 100 mg
Benefits of Microdosing:
- Improved mood
- Increased creativity
- Improved focus
- Improved energy
- Improved memory
Microdosing benefits and challenges (MDBCs)
Microdosing respondents reported up to three benefits and three drawbacks of microdosing psychedelics. They also gave each outcome a rating of subjective importance on a sliding scale from 0 to 100 .
Improved health behaviors and reduced consumption
Microdosing respondents indicated whether they had, as a result of microdosing, experienced improvements in each of the following domains: mood, anxiety, meditative practice, exercise, eating habits, and sleep. They also indicated whether they had reduced their use of any of the following substances: caffeine, alcohol, cannabis, tobacco, psychiatric prescription medications, and illicit substances. These questions appeared on the page after the open-ended benefits and challenges questions to avoid contamination via priming.
Respondents reported the substance they used to microdose and were removed if they indicated using substances other than LSD or psilocybin. This sample includes 278 respondents in three categories: LSD-only (N = 195), psilocybin-only (N = 50), and respondents that have microdose with LSD and psilocybin (N = 33).
Empirical codebook: benefits of microdosing
Grounded theory analyses resulted in a total of 807.5 coded benefits of microdosing. Taxonomy-building resulted in 46 codes organized into 21 sub-categories and 11 categories. The most frequently reported codes were improved mood (12.8%), improved focus (10.0%), creativity (9.4%), and improved energy (7.6%).
Categories of benefit
This summary provides descriptions of the 11 categories of benefits that were distilled from participant reports (Fig. 1). As per the grounded theory, the naming conventions for codes reflect the language used by respondents, but more flexibility was introduced as needed at higher orders of abstraction. Full descriptions of every code are available in the full codebook (see Additional file 1).