Are you ready to psilocybin into your holistic wellness routine? Maybe you’re looking to microdose on a regular basis to enjoy the benefits of increased creativity, decreased anxiety and improved mood. Perhaps you’re looking to take your next philosophical discussion with friends to a whole new level with a museum dose. Or you might be looking to reset your ego and perspective of the world by taking a trip to wonderland with a mega dose. Whatever your motive, Wonder has you covered.
dose, consume 6 pieces of chocolate bar, start by consuming 3 pieces every 90 minutes until desired effects are achieved. To enjoy a mega dose, arrange to have a trusted sitter remain present, consume 18 pieces of the bar, start by consuming 3 pieces every 90 minutes until desired effects are achieved. Sharing with friends optional. Enjoy falling down the rabbit hole, and have a wonderful time.
Wonder Magic Mushroom Infused Chocolate Bar are for you if you dislike the taste of consuming dried magic mushrooms.
These flavorful psilocybin-infused Chocolate Bars come in a variety of flavors while still providing a potent kick. A great choice for those who are new to Magic Mushrooms or experienced with psychedelics as each bar contains 3000mg of magic mushrooms.
What is microdosing?
There isn’t a single, clearly recognized definition of microdosing for any psychedelic drug, and this complicates attempts to perform consistent research. One definition is approximately 1/5 to 1/20 of a recreational dose. (From anecdotal experience this is accurate, as a medium-strength dose of psilocybin is 2 to 3 grams of dried mushrooms, and a microdose is typically around 0.3 grams.) One obstacle is that the potency of mushrooms can vary greatly, as they are not regulated outside of clinical trials, so this isn’t an exact science. Likewise, LSD is an invisible, tasteless, odorless substance that usually comes either in liquid form or embedded into a piece of paper to be slipped under the tongue.
Is microdosing safe?
We don’t know as much about safety as we might have learned if not for the War on Drugs, which curtailed much of the research into psychedelics starting in the late 1960s. This research has been renewed over the last five to 10 years, and many medical centers are conducting research on psychedelics. Psilocybin is generally thought to be safe in low dosages and has been used for centuries by indigenous peoples. However, if one takes too large a dose it can result in a terrifying — even traumatic — experience.
Psilocybin is a compound produced by almost 200 species of fungi (mushrooms), and the mushrooms must come from a trusted source. It is very easy to poison oneself with the wrong type of mushroom, as there are many types of mushrooms in nature that can look quite similar to each other, but some are poisonous and can harm your liver, causing severe illness or even death.
Could psychedelics become safer if legalized?
It is anticipated by experts in the field that some psychedelics may become fully legalized — for medical usage, under supervision — within the next few years, specifically psilocybin and MDMA (ecstasy). Some policy makers and public health experts believe that the safety of these psychedelics would be enhanced if they were decriminalized, and if their cultivation and production were monitored and regulated. At least one state (Oregon), and many cities around the country, have decriminalized psychedelics at the local level.
Some advocates of decriminalization are looking forward to a safer product, and wider access that could include not having to see a medical professional to get a prescription or be under medical supervision when using psychedelics. Skeptics are worried that uncontrolled access to these drugs might affect patients with mental illness, or might even precipitate mental illness such as psychosis in people that are vulnerable.
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