Micro dosing is using a very low level of psychoactive substances, on a daily basis, for a certain period. When you micro dose psilocybin, you ingest 10% of a standard dose, which still gives you the benefits of this psychedelic substance, but without affecting your lucidity and daily routine.
Some studies have suggested that micro dosing may relieve anxiety, depression and other mental illnesses, and even boost cognitive powers. However, this practice has only been tested in limited studies so far, so it is preferable to try it only in a clinical setting. 100% organic psilocybe spores can be purchased for research purposes only at Hidden Forest Mushroom Spores.
Research continues in this regard, and, besides cognitive and biometric measurements, there are now studies based on an advanced method of neuroimaging called magnetoencephalography (MEG). While MEG is already a few decades old, recent technological advances optimized this new form of neuroimaging. Magnetoencephalography scans provide researchers with incredibly detailed information about electrical activity in the brain, in real-time. Unlike MRI, which is based on tracking neuronal activation by mapping blood flow changes, MEG tracks electrical activity, similarly to an EEG, but with significantly higher resolution.
There have been few micro dose imaging studies to date, so these first MEG studies are expected to make it possible to examine more closely the changes that occur in neural networks following micro dosing and to identify event the subtlest changes that may occur in response to experimental stimuli.