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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 here to support you, with three live group calls.

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. 

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In order to get the results you’re looking for when microdosing, it’s important to figure out the right dose, frequency, and substance for you. In this episode, we cover the pros and cons of the five most popular microdosing protocols, how to track your results, and how to find your dose sweet spot. 

From Dr. James Fadiman to Ayelet Waldman’s “A Really Good Day,” we look back at the birth of the modern microdosing movement—as well as the importance of sacred reciprocity, and giving back to the indigenous stewards of plant medicine. 

Amid all the hype about microdosing, it’s important to take an honest look at what we do—and don’t know about it. We review the rigor and limitations of the research into microdosing, and how scientists hypothesize psychedelics work in the brain.

Should you microdose shrooms or LSD? If you microdose shrooms, should you take them as capsules, tea, or in some other form? And what about combining shrooms with other herbs and medicinal mushrooms (i.e. stacking)? We cover it all—and show you how to get started.

There’s a couple different ways to microdose LSD. Some citizen scientists do report that the effects are different than microdosing shrooms—although not all do. In this episode, we cover why you might choose LSD, how to make a LSD microdosing tincture, how to make sure your LSD isn’t adulterated, and more. We also cover microdosing on 1P-LSD, an analog of LSD that is legal in Canada and some other parts of the world.

Perhaps you’re scared of macrodosing (i.e. taking a large dose of a psychedelic) and want to know whether microdosing is just as transformative. Perhaps you want to do both, and are curious how they might work in unison to help you heal and go inward. In this episode, we help you decide whether you’re ready for a trip—or microdosing might be a better fit. We also cover the differences between large and small doses of psychedelics—and best practices for doing them together. 

Can you microdose if you’re on an SSRI? What about if you take sleeping pills or are on birth control? And will you build up a tolerance to microdosing if you do it over time? The data here is limited—but we tell you what we do know, and provide you with a list of trusted experts who you can connect with for additional support.

Just like with large doses of psychedelics, how you prepare for microdosing plays a huge role in whether you get the results you’re looking for. In this episode, we cover how microdosing might impact your eating, drinking, and sleeping habits; what you might experience on your first day microdosing; and how you’ll know if microdosing is working for you.

There are millions of people who aren’t diagnosed with a mental health condition (i.e. depression, PTSD, etc.), but who want to feel better as they move throughout their day. If you’re one of these people, in this episode, we cover what you might stand to benefit from microdosing, from increased focus to creativity. 

One of the primary reasons people microdose is for depression. There’s many kinds of depression, from postpartum depression to major depressive disorder. Then there’s the depression that so many of us feel, just from the weight of the state of the world. Luckily, microdosing has shown promise for all of it. We cover that, as well as microdosing while on SSRIs or as an alternative to SSRIs.

From alcohol to cocaine, coffee, and beyond, microdosing has shown promise for helping people build healthier relationships with substances. We explore why that might be, and what you might experience if you microdose for substance use. 

We mostly hear about microdosing for mental health, but microdosing has also shown promise for physical conditions, from irregular periods to chronic pain, fibromyalgia, lyme disease, and beyond. Should you try microdosing for a physical condition? We tell you what we know—and what we don’t about giving this a try. 

Professional athletes from the NHL, NFL, UFC and beyond have sung the praises of microdosing, both on and off the field. We cover why microdosing can be such a powerful tool for getting into shape—and improving your game.

In order to really reap the benefits of microdosing, you need to optimize your dose, frequency, protocol, and sometimes even substance. We cover best practices for doing that as well as how long you should microdose for—and when (if ever) you should take a tolerance break. 

In order to get the results you’re looking for when microdosing, it’s important to figure out the right dose, frequency, and substance for you. In this episode, we cover the pros and cons of the five most popular microdosing protocols, how to track your results, and how to find your dose sweet spot. 

From Dr. James Fadiman to Ayelet Waldman’s “A Really Good Day,” we look back at the birth of the modern microdosing movement—as well as the importance of sacred reciprocity, and giving back to the indigenous stewards of plant medicine. 

Amid all the hype about microdosing, it’s important to take an honest look at what we do—and don’t know about it. We review the rigor and limitations of the research into microdosing, and how scientists hypothesize psychedelics work in the brain.

Should you microdose shrooms or LSD? If you microdose shrooms, should you take them as capsules, tea, or in some other form? And what about combining shrooms with other herbs and medicinal mushrooms (i.e. stacking)? We cover it all—and show you how to get started.

There’s a couple different ways to microdose LSD. Some citizen scientists do report that the effects are different than microdosing shrooms—although not all do. In this episode, we cover why you might choose LSD, how to make a LSD microdosing tincture, how to make sure your LSD isn’t adulterated, and more. We also cover microdosing on 1P-LSD, an analog of LSD that is legal in Canada and some other parts of the world.

Perhaps you’re scared of macrodosing (i.e. taking a large dose of a psychedelic) and want to know whether microdosing is just as transformative. Perhaps you want to do both, and are curious how they might work in unison to help you heal and go inward. In this episode, we help you decide whether you’re ready for a trip—or microdosing might be a better fit. We also cover the differences between large and small doses of psychedelics—and best practices for doing them together. 

Can you microdose if you’re on an SSRI? What about if you take sleeping pills or are on birth control? And will you build up a tolerance to microdosing if you do it over time? The data here is limited—but we tell you what we do know, and provide you with a list of trusted experts who you can connect with for additional support.

Just like with large doses of psychedelics, how you prepare for microdosing plays a huge role in whether you get the results you’re looking for. In this episode, we cover how microdosing might impact your eating, drinking, and sleeping habits; what you might experience on your first day microdosing; and how you’ll know if microdosing is working for you.

There are millions of people who aren’t diagnosed with a mental health condition (i.e. depression, PTSD, etc.), but who want to feel better as they move throughout their day. If you’re one of these people, in this episode, we cover what you might stand to benefit from microdosing, from increased focus to creativity. 

One of the primary reasons people microdose is for depression. There’s many kinds of depression, from postpartum depression to major depressive disorder. Then there’s the depression that so many of us feel, just from the weight of the state of the world. Luckily, microdosing has shown promise for all of it. We cover that, as well as microdosing while on SSRIs or as an alternative to SSRIs.

From alcohol to cocaine, coffee, and beyond, microdosing has shown promise for helping people build healthier relationships with substances. We explore why that might be, and what you might experience if you microdose for substance use. 

We mostly hear about microdosing for mental health, but microdosing has also shown promise for physical conditions, from irregular periods to chronic pain, fibromyalgia, lyme disease, and beyond. Should you try microdosing for a physical condition? We tell you what we know—and what we don’t about giving this a try. 

Professional athletes from the NHL, NFL, UFC and beyond have sung the praises of microdosing, both on and off the field. We cover why microdosing can be such a powerful tool for getting into shape—and improving your game.

In order to really reap the benefits of microdosing, you need to optimize your dose, frequency, protocol, and sometimes even substance. We cover best practices for doing that as well as how long you should microdose for—and when (if ever) you should take a tolerance break. 

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Meet Your Teacher

Adam Bramlage microdosing teacher

Adam Bramlage is Founder and CEO of Flow State Micro, where he works one-on-one with clients to optimize their microdosing experience. He’s helped hundreds of people, from professional athletes to people suffering from depression, achieve results through microdosing in his private practice. He also works daily as an educator alongside psychedelic researcher and pioneer Dr. James Fadiman. Bramlage spent more than a decade as an advocate, farmer, distributor and manufacturer in the California legal cannabis space. He pivoted into psychedelics after successfully using microdosing to cure his own treatment-resistant depression.

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Why This Course?

Adam has helped hundreds of clients successfully microdose. With this course, get three group calls with him to help you optimize your protocol. 

Microdose using proven practices so you get the results you’re looking for.

Learn from the world’s leading experts in psychedelics. More than 4000 students have graduated from our courses.

Arm yourself with the latest knowledge on potential risks and contraindications.

A lot of free info about microdosing just simply isn’t true.

Worried about the cost of the course? Worried it won’t give you what you’re looking for? You’ll have 14-days to get your money back in full.

All the proceeds from our courses go directly back to funding our journalism to further the psychedelic movement.

What Our Students Are Saying

Who This Course is For

Disclaimer: there’s limited data on microdosing and it’s not for everyone
People Seeking:

One of the most common reasons people microdose is for depression. Even if you’re not diagnosed with depression, you may just feel lighter and happier from microdosing.

Having difficulty getting tasks done? Microdosing may help with that.

People report microdosing helps them think outside of the box

From athletes to writers, people report needing less caffeine, sleeping better, and exercising more when microdosing 

From SSRIs to treating irregular periods, a lot of people don’t want to take pharmaceuticals—or have found they don’t work

Microdosing pioneer Jim Fadiman says when people microdose they often find themselves just “wanting the salad.” Microdosing may inspire you to choose healthier food, exercise more, go to bed earlier, and drink less. 

BONUS!

Get our webinar on The Science, Benefits, and Limitations of Microdosing with Dr. James Fadiman

Dr. James Fadiman—a pioneering psychedelic researcher—has compiled the largest database in the world of microdosing reports. His website on how to microdose—including how often and how much to do—is often referenced as the go-to protocol In this bonus webinar, he covers what the science actually shows about microdosing, what conditions microdosing has shown promise for, potential risks, and much more. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Once you buy the course, all of the materials can be accessed online with a username and log-in through our website.

The course is now open. You can start it anytime and move along at your own pace.

Yes, you can watch the episodes as many times as you’d like.

It could! We can’t make any guarantees as every body and person is different, but many people don’t see results because they don’t microdose the right way. That’s why we made this course.

Microdosing has shown promise for helping people with many of the same conditions as larger doses, from depression to addiction. There are no guarantees—every body and person is different. We cover the difference between macrodosing and microdosing more in the course. 

No, sorry. Psychedelics are illegal in most of the world, including the United States, so we can’t tell you where to get them. But we will provide you with vital information to help you stay safe.

Yes, we’ve had people from all over the world take the course! Our community is very global.

It’s important to us that people have access to the resources they need to heal. We have limited scholarship opportunities. Email us at: [email protected]

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These are good introductory courses. I wish double blind was a little more transparent about the reality of the “science” behind microdosing. More in the way of integration practices and techniques could have been helpful. I think these are good launching off points (especially for the bundle price) that would be well supplemented with other materials if people are interested in going deeper.
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