Mothers Who Microdose

Moms

Motherhood is a catalyst like none other. It transforms the woman into a mother and her body into a powerful resource.

With all that output, a new mother needs all the support she can get. Physical, emotional, neurological, cognitive, all of the above.

Enter microdosing.

What is Microdosing?

Microdosing is the practice of consuming small amounts of psychedelic substances, such as psilocybin mushrooms or LSD, for their mood-related and cognitive benefits. 

Unlike traditional dosing, which can produce intense and hallucinogenic effects, microdosing involves taking doses that are too small to produce any noticeable psychoactive effects. 

Instead, microdosing is said to enhance creativity, focus, and mood, making it an attractive option for busy moms looking for a natural way to boost their productivity, balance out their moods, and enhance overall well-being.

Microdosing and Motherhood:

Microdosing can be a game-changer for moms who are struggling to balance their personal and professional lives. 

By taking small doses of psychedelics, moms can improve their focus, creativity, and mood, making it easier to tackle the challenges of motherhood. 

Here are some benefits of microdosing for moms:

 

  1. Increased Productivity

Microdosing can help moms stay focused and motivated, making it easier to tackle their to-do lists and accomplish their goals. Whether you’re working from home or running errands with your kids, microdosing can help you stay on track and get things done more efficiently.

  1. Improved Mood

Microdosing can help moms feel more relaxed and calm, reducing stress and anxiety. As a result, moms can enjoy their time with their children more and feel more present in the moment.

  1. Enhanced Creativity

Microdosing can help moms tap into their creative side, making it easier to come up with new ideas and solutions. Whether you’re looking for new ways to entertain your kids or brainstorming ideas for your business, microdosing can help you think outside the box and find inspiration.

  1. Better Sleep

Microdosing can help moms sleep better at night, reducing fatigue and increasing energy levels. As a result, moms can feel more refreshed and rejuvenated, making it easier to tackle the challenges of motherhood.

  1. Increased Empathy and Connection

Microdosing can help moms feel more connected to their children and partners, increasing empathy and understanding. As a result, moms can build stronger and more meaningful relationships with their loved ones.

Microdosing is not a magic solution to all of your problems, but it can be a helpful tool for moms who are looking for a natural way to boost their productivity and well-being. 

Microdosing Moms Resources

By taking small doses of psychedelics, moms can improve their focus, creativity, and mood, making it easier to balance their personal and professional lives.

However, it’s important to remember that microdosing is not for everyone, and it’s essential to do your research and consult with a healthcare professional before trying it. 

These resources provide a comprehensive guide for moms who are interested in microdosing with psilocybin mushrooms, from beginner’s guides to online courses and community support.

 

  1. Microdosing Mom is a California mother strongly advocating for decriminalized use of psilocybin. She’s got a robust following of over 12,000 people and her content is educational and supportive.
  2. “Moms on Mushrooms” is an online community exclusively for mothers who are interested in exploring the safe and intentional healing, and spiritual practice of microdosing with psilocybin mushrooms. The community offers courses, digital gatherings, and resources for mothers who want to learn about microdosing and connect with other moms. Here she is on the Dr.Phil show and Good Morning America
  3. The book “A Really Good Day” by Ayelet Waldman is a mother of four. Her book provides a personal account of her experiences with microdosing for an entire month and consequently its effects on her daily life and relationships. Although this mom used LSD rather than psilocybin, this book is a combination of personal storytelling and research, making it a valuable resource for those interested in microdosing.
  4. The documentary “DOSED: The Trip of a Lifetime” follows a mother of four and a terminally ill cancer patient who was granted legal access to psilocybin “magic” mushrooms to alleviate her end-of-life anxiety. The documentary highlights her transformative healing journey with microdosing psilocybin and using cannabis oil, featuring esteemed figures in the psychedelic community.
  5. 9 Perfect Strangers is a Hulu drama series based on the novel of the same name by Liane Moriarty. The show centers around nine people who attend a boutique health-and-wellness resort called Tranquillum House, which is run by the mysterious director Masha (played by Nicole Kidman). The series follows the guests as they undergo a 10-day retreat at the resort, complete with psychedelics, which promises to transform their lives.
  6. Microdosing Moms and Micheal Pollan In this podcast episode journalist Michael Pollan delves into the state and strengths of psychedelic therapy, exploring whether taking small amounts of psychedelics could be beneficial for mothers. In this episode, they shed light on the growing trend of mothers in the U.S. who are turning to microdosing on magic mushrooms. This episode offers a unique perspective on how psychedelics could play a role in supporting mothers in their daily lives.
  7. NPR Thousands of moms are microdosing with mushrooms to ease the stress of parenting In this podcast episode we learn that across the U.S., more moms are turning to small amounts of psychedelic mushrooms to cope with the stresses of parenting. NPR asks; does it point to a deeper problem of lack of support for women?

Other online articles on the topic include: Harper’s Bazar article from 2022, an Article in The Cut from 2018, Australian Magazine The Primer, an ABC News article, and Wall Street Journal February 2024

As I often say, we must continue to fan the flames on this and other conversations to fuel more interest and more scientific research.

The sooner science catches up the better, until then be sure to share your experiences with us here in the comments below or in our Facebook group or our Discord channel.

As always

Shine bright. Do good. Flow strong

Asha ✨

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  • My baby is almost 1 year old and I’m planning to start microdosing again soon. Especially for the sense of empathy and connection that i feel when i microdose. I’ve had to work a fair amount and I’m looking forward to spending some down time in nature, seeing the world through her eyes of wonder.

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    • Asha Sultana
      12 July 2024 13:08

      Liezl,

      Yes, something in psilocybin weaves us back into the mycelium of nature and connects back into a state of awe, wonder and gratitude!

      Keep us posted on your progress, please.

      Asha ✨

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  • I wish I could find mushrooms earlier. I am mother of three daughters, I separated with their father 7 years ago. My life has been incredibly hard, to raise them and working in two jobs. I think I have been exhausted all the time and could not be present enough to them. Too much nagging and raging. Now two of them are grown-ups and are struggling with their mental health. Microdosing has give me more perspective and inner peace, I think I have more to give now as a mother.

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    • Asha Sultana
      12 July 2024 13:07

      Kathy,

      This is wonderful to hear. So glad that your cup is fuller and you are able to show up in the ways you want to.

      Congratulations on all the hard work you’ve done on yourself for your own sake and for the sake of your children.

      Well done!

      Asha ✨

      Reply

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