If you are like most of us who are microdosing you are doing it to help boost your creativity, presence, insight, and clearance of old patterns that no longer serve us. If you haven’t been microdosing, you’ve surely heard a bit about it by now.
The benefits seem almost too good to be true, given the minimal side effects and high efficacy when compared to their synthetic drug counterparts who strive to achieve the same beneficial outcomes. So how is it that microdosing psychedelic substances can produce such potent and lasting effects with such subtlety?
The key player in this scenario is the central nervous system which so diligently synthesizes magical chemicals to fuel our thoughts, emotions, and bodily functions in its all powerful laboratories (the cells of the nervous system). Serotonin, dopamine,
The central nervous system is by far one of the most complex and misunderstood systems in the human body. Its structures and anomalies are reflected within the microcosm of atomic structures and the macrocosm of the galaxies in the universe. There are over 10 billion neurons in the nervous system paired with more than 100 billion microglia cells that support, regulate, and protect these neurons.
One of the most essential steps that need to take place, before the nervous system can even begin its healing process, is to remove all of the obstacles that stand in the way of that healing taking place. If the root cause of the problem is never addressed, or at least given some attention, then the body will never be able to begin reversing the damage that was caused by the same pattern in the first place.
In order to undo all of the unhealthy choices made during one’s lifetime, there has to be a deliberate conscious effort put toward a shift back to a state of health. An honest look at what the things are in our life that are causing our skin harm can give us a good idea of where we need to start cleaning up our lifestyle choices and environment. .
As much as psychedelic substances and microdosing may be able to rewire the entire nervous system, it’s the little choices we make in our lives everyday that play a larger role in our mental health and wellbeing.