Psilocybin Bible  - The Dose Guide (Part 2)

At Shrooms Valley Farms we want you to have an enjoyable experience whether you’re a beginner or an expert. We want each and every one of your trips to be an experience and we hope that this guide may help with any questions you may have.

Be sure to check out our guide on every Dosage level. This will be a 5 part series:
Microdose – (0.05 to 0.25g)
Mini-Dose – (0.25 to 0.75g – You’re Here!)
Recreational Dose – (0.5 to 1.5 g)
Moderate dose – (2 to 3.5 g)
Mega dose (5+ g)

Disclaimer 1: the following is meant to be a guide, it will variety depending on user and is not meant to be taken as an absolute science. This is especially true for low dose levels. As micro-dosing psilocybin becomes more researched and accepted, more accurate information will be available.

Disclaimer 2: There are over 180 psilocybin mushrooms with variation in potency depending on species. P. Semilanceata being the most potent, if you chose to experiment with these fungi reputation of the source is important. is a well know and trusted Canadian brand.

The Mini-dose (0.25–0.75 g)

· Mood enhancement, mild euphoria or excitement
· Mindfulness, presence, and peace
· Openness and self-forgiveness
· Introspective insights
· Alleviation of persistent conditions such as depression, anxiety, ADD/ADHD, PTSD
· Increased motivation (e.g. to make positive lifestyle changes)
· Increased flow states
· Clearer, more connected thinking
· Enhanced senses
· Enhanced appreciation for music, art, etc.
· Increased creativity
· Spontaneity
· Easier meditation
· Increased enjoyment of physical activity and everyday tasks
· Relaxation and increased awareness of body
· Increased energy in waves
· Mild body high
· Amplification of mood, positive or negative
· Preference for introspection over socializing
· Increased sensitivity to light
· Very mild visuals, if any
· Possible manic states
· Potentially increased neuroticism
· Difficulty focusing or thought loops
· Difficulty with some cognitive tasks
· Anxiety, agitation, or restlessness
· Difficulty or discomfort socializing
· Frustration at dosage (too high to be comfortable, too low to be “recreational”)


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