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Microdosing Research

The practice of microdosing has been growing significantly in popularity. Therefore, scientific research into microdosing and its effects is needed to better understand how, when, and by whom microdosing may be safely and effectively. On our website, we actively collect all available microdosing research to date. 

We sometimes know when new microdosing research will be published because Microdosing Institute is connected to a large network of scientists, scientific institutions, and universities that are researching psychedelics and microdosing. We can then provide you with a short, easy-to-understand article or infographic with the most important points of the study. Subscribe to our newsletter if you want to be sure to stay in the loop of the developments of microdosing research and other news. 

Participate in research

As you may expect, a lot of microdosing research is needed to fill in the knowledge gaps around the topic. Fortunately, you can help in this effort by participating in microdosing studies. As a “citizen scientist,” you’ll work with microdosing community members and scientists to find answers to some of the most intriguing questions and help society understand the effect, benefits, and risks of microdosing. Go to participate in research to find out more. 

Microdosing research publications

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Microdosing for ADHD

Research published in Neuroscience Applied in October 2022 suggests that microdosing may improve symptoms in adults with ADHD. The study was led by Eline C.H.M.Haijen et al. at Maastricht University

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