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Mushroom Micro-Dose Consults

Learn how to use Functional Micro-Dose Mushrooms.

Plus, get a FREE 3 month supply of capsules with every appointment.


Appointment Eligibility

1. To schedule a Mushroom Micro-Dose Consult appointment, you must be a legal resident of Colorado.

2. Patients must be aged 21 or over.

3. Each appointment includes a free 3 month supply of capsules.

Follow-up appointments are required every 3 months.


Benefits of Micro-Dosing

Mico-Dose Benefits

Aside from the obvious benefit of learning how to use this amazing medicine in a way that is tailored just for you, there are a number of other benefits. Our capsules are a 15 mushroom blend that contain functional mushrooms such as: reishi, chaga, and turkey tail for a holistic approach.


As with taking psychedelics in larger doses, microdosing isn’t for everyone, but following best practices ensures that you’ll figure that out. If microdosing is for you, it’s important that you have the support you need to do it properly, especially if you have a diagnosed mental health condition or are on drugs that you think could be contraindicated with psychedelics. The biggest mistake people make when microdosing is that they’re impatient and simply give up. Like with any change you make to your life—exercising, getting up earlier, changing your diet—you likely won’t figure out what works best for you immediately. Everybody is different, and the most important thing is that you stick with a certain protocol, dose, or substance long enough to figure out if it works for you before changing or stopping. Consistency is key—so is journaling so you can really notice what’s making a difference for you. We can give you the tools, but if you want to be successful, you must use them.

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What is Micro-Dosing?

Microdosing involves taking very small doses of mushrooms.

Microdosing is often used for its potential therapeutic and personal growth benefits. Many people who microdose report improved mood, creativity, and productivity, as well as a greater sense of connection to themselves and others.

However, the scientific research on the benefits of microdosing is still in its

early stages, and much more research is needed to fully understand the

potential benefits and risks of this practice. Despite the lack of scientific consensus, interest in microdosing continues to grow.

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The Science

The compounds found in

mushrooms are known to bind to serotonin receptors in the brain.

Serotonin is a neurotransmitter that plays a key role in regulating mood,

appetite, and sleep, among other functions.

It’s believed that microdosing can have an impact on the way the brain processes serotonin, leading to a range of potential benefits, such

as improved mood, reduced anxiety and depression, and increased

creativity and productivity.

Some studies suggest that microdosing can help to increase

neuroplasticity, which is the brain’s ability to form new neural connections

and adapt to changes in the environment.

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Our Personal Experiences

While scientific research on the benefits of microdosing mushrooms is still in its early stages, many people who have tried this practice report

significant improvements in their mental health, creativity, and overall well-being.

Here are some ways in which microdosing has benefitted some individuals:

• Improved Mood

• Increased Creativity

• Greater Emotional Depth

• Improved Relationships

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