microdosing is the practice of ingesting very small amounts of a psychedelic substance with the goal of increasing productivity, focus, or mood.
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lsd, formally known as lysergic acid diethylamide, is a potent psychedelic substance that is excellent for microdosing routines. the effects are often reported as light and easy on the body, with most of the effect felt in the mind. some people experience fractal visuals at higher doses, while most report a sense of calm purpose and awareness of the world around them.
lsd was first synthesized by swiss chemist albert hofmann in 1938 from lysergic acid, a chemical derived from the hydrolysis of ergotamine, an alkaloid found in ergot, a fungus that infects grain. lsd was one of various lysergamides hofmann synthesized from lysergic acid while trying to develop a new analeptic. hofmann discovered its effects in humans in 1943, after unintentionally ingesting an unknown amount, possibly absorbing it through his skin. he wrote a famous report on the experience called the bicycle ride.
lsd is often approached with hesitation. one of these reasons is its street name “acid”, which is particularly abrasive and dangerous sounding. another reason is that lsd should not be taken lightly, and dosing matters. if you ingest too much lsd, and in the wrong setting, you can do damage to your mental health and experience what is called a “bad trip”. However, these experiences can be easily avoided, and you can garner the positive effects of lsd, through microdosing and controlling your dose.
a conventional “tab” of acid contains approximately 100 micrograms of lsd. the products that we offer from osmosis are divided into pieces which contain 5 micrograms in each portion. This means that ingesting 1 piece is like doing a twentieth of a tab of acid. this is the point of a microdose; to take small amounts of a substance to garner positive effects.
if you want to reach into a higher journey, you can slowly add to the experience with a method called stacking. take 5 micrograms, then wait 45 minutes. if you like where that brings you, stay there. if you want to push into a higher realm, take another 5 micrograms. experiment with this method to reach your ideal dose. A great product for experimenting with this method is the lsd light drops.
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faded offers microdose products with active ingredients such as psilocybin, lsd, and san pedro. all of our products are intended to be consumed in a microdose fashion, although experienced users might find higher doses more appropriate to their life path.
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what is microdosing?
it’s rather simple actually and in the word itself. psychedelic microdosing is when a very low dose of psilocybin is taken. so low of a dose that in fact you won’t feel any of the full body effect but surely will still unlock the potential of your mind and creativity. this style of dosing has been included in much research to slowly transform the neurotransmitters of the brain over time – very subtly but effectively. this has become increasingly popular in those that want to steer away from the western world’s medicine into a more natural source of healing.
how do i start microdosing mushrooms?
whether it is in raw mushroom, pill or edibles form – these recommended starting points will apply to all forms. depending on your desired effect or mood, there are different doses available when taking shrooms.
where is vancouver?
vancouver is the most ethnically diverse and rapidly rising city in canada. Ii is the eighth biggest city in canada and the largest in british columbia, and is located on the west coast of the province. it also houses YVR – vancouver airport, canada’s busiest airport, with thousands of aircraft arriving and departing daily from all over the world. with its excellent transit system, you can get anywhere in the city in under an hour even if you don’t have a car.
what’s there to do in vancouver?
where should we begin? as the largest city in british columbia, its music, cuisine, and cultural scenes are constantly increasing. vancouver residents and visitors know how to truly unwind.
the vancouver skyline is visible against the backdrop of stanley park. it’s a real green paradise that spans 400 hectares and is conveniently placed near the city centre. its many kilometres of track take you by beaches, natural regions, historical sites, and entertaining activities, allowing you to explore the area.
stanley park and english bay are connected via the english bay coastal route. the beach is littered with large tree trunks that provide great backrest for sunbathers. one of the most popular summer events is the celebration of light. around the last week of july, the spectacular fireworks are frequently set to music. another popular event is the new year’s day polar bear swim, in which brave swimmers plunge into the frigid pacific waters.
the vancouver aquarium is home to more than 65,000 creatures, 120 world-class exhibits, and one unforgettable experience. from the amazon gallery to the fish, jellyfish, and octopus in the canadian oceans section, guests will be thrilled to view a diverse range of animals. guests may take part in a 15-minute 4d theatre experience throughout their visit. the gorgeous otters, harbour seals, and sea lions give a superb opportunity to view and enjoy our aquatic species.
kitsilano beach’s sandy beach personifies vancouver’s laid-back, fun-loving attitude. locals gather here to socialise or swim in the heated outdoor saltwater pool. sunbathers go to the wide beach here in the summer. kitsilano offers amazing views of the city centre. in addition to the beach and beachfront, west fourth avenue has a lively commercial district a few streets south. the area also has a variety of cafés and walking routes.
the granville island public market, which offers fruit and vegetables, seafood, and a range of other delicacies as well as ready-to-eat meals, is one of the most popular attractions on granville island. a road and footbridges connect the arts hub to residential neighbourhoods to the south, while a ferry connects it to the downtown peninsula (across false creek).
this garden, located in the heart of chinatown, makes for a lovely promenade on any sunny spring or summer day. visitors and tourists alike gather here for a lunch break or simply to relax in the peaceful surroundings. this garden, modelled like a classic ming dynasty garden, holds far more history than meets the eye.
the university of british columbia’s museum of anthropology studies civilizations from all over the world, with a concentration on british columbia first nations. the interesting edifice was previously a ww2 fort that was turned into a world-class museum by local architect arthur erickson. exhibits feature native american art, including massive totem poles in the great hall. anthropological and archaeological items from asia, the pacific, the americas, africa, and europe are included in other displays.
the vancouver art gallery is one of canada’s largest and most prominent art galleries, located near to the fairmont hotel vancouver. it has a permanent collection of almost 10,000 works of art, albeit only a tiny percentage is on display at any given time. the collection includes several works by bc and vancouver artists. it houses one of north america’s top photography collections. it also includes canada’s greatest collection of emily carr paintings, as well as various drawings and ceramic items by the legendary british columbian artist.