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Yourmonthlyupgrade June
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Your Monthly Upgrade #3 | June 2022

Your Monthly Upgrade is a collection of psychedelic resources selected by Microdose Pro’s co-founder Nils.  Welcome to the third edition of your monthly upgrade.  Thanks for all the replies and reading suggestions to last month’s email, some valuable recommendations yet again. Many of you asked for an update on the

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Default Mode Network
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The Default Mode Network

One of the most frequent questions we get from our customers is: How do I know if microdosing is working?  I’ve been experimenting with dosage and frequency and sometimes I feel sleepy, sometimes I can feel a little nauseous, and other times, it seems that I feel nothing at all.

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Lion's Mane
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Lion’s Mane and Brain Health

Several years ago there was a global interactive exhibit called Human Bodies.  It was set up in all major cities and also was a traveling show, something like Circe du Soleil but for medical nerds. For those that got a chance to see the exhibit, it blew our minds. The

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Your Monthly Upgrade #2 | May 2022

Your Monthly Upgrade is a collection of psychedelic resources selected by Microdose Pro’s co-founder Nils.  Welcome to the second edition of your monthly upgrade.  Before I dive into it, I want to thank all of you for the amazing engagement following last month’s email. I’ve been receiving a lot of

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Microdosing cluster headaches
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How Microdosing helps with Cluster Headaches

Some of us might think a Clusterhead is a fan of a certain genre of music, but in fact, it’s a self-appointed term by those suffering from a chronic and debilitating condition.  Those that live with this condition report very intense and persistent symptoms. Often mysterious and ongoing for many

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Anxiety and microdosing
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Microdosing and Anxiety

When I was a child in the mid-’80s, I distinctly remember not understanding what the words stress and anxiety meant. These words were not colloquial yet, the words stress and anxiety were novel and almost mysterious if not, at the very least unfamiliar. Often I found myself trying to imagine

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