Magic mushrooms have been ingested for thousands of years… and clinical research has proven their healing powers. Now people are taking tiny doses in order to experience the benefits of magic mushrooms, without hugely disrupting their daily lives.
Microdoses of magic mushrooms can make life seem brighter and more vibrant, while also reducing symptoms of anxiety and depression, and helping you to see the way towards a healthier and happier way of living.
Depending on where you live, magic mushrooms can be grown at home or even ordered online, making this an accessible way to get involved in the world of plant medicines.
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