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- How to microdose without risk
- Which substances, dosages, and protocols are optimal
- What to expect from microdosing
- How to create a simple, supportive daily routine
- How to get the most out of each microdosing cycle
- Naturally reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression without numbing away life.
- Access flow states to enhance your creativity and work performance.
- Break through cycles of negativity and heal emotional wounds.
- Enliven your senses and reconnect to purpose.
- Create new habits and meaningful life changes with sustainable results.
How To MicroDose 101 with DoubleBling Mag (NOT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE, CHECK BACK)
In recent years, thousands of people have reported that microdosing has helped with their depression, insomnia, lack of focus, and just a general sense of despair. Microdosing has even shown promise for physical conditions such as irregular periods, lyme disease, and migraines. It’s true—microdosing holds incredible promise to help you feel more energized, happy, and healthy. But if you want the results you’re looking for it’s important that you microdose the right way. You need to find the right dose (i.e. your sweet spot dose), right protocol, right substance, and then track your results and optimize your routine.In this course, Adam Bramlage, microdosing coach and educator, will walk you through how to do that, step by step. Adam has worked with hundreds of clients in his private microdosing practice, from people on SSRIs with depression to people looking to change their relationship to alcohol, lose weight, and just feel better all around. And, he’ll be there to support you with any additional questions you have throughout the process as well.BONUS! We’re excited to include our most coveted 90-minute webinar with pioneering microdosing researcher Dr. James Fadiman on The Science, Limitations, and Benefits of Microdosing.