If you’re looking to balance your mind, body and spirit then perhaps microdosing with sacred plants could be the key to the wellness you’ve been looking for. Sacred plants have been used in herbal medicine all over the world for centuries. Now, western medicine is beginning to acknowledge the value of these plants and herbs when ingested under the tongue or diluted in water using a process called microdosing.

While there is controversy surrounding the idea of microdosing with psychoactive elements, there is a tremendous benefit in microdosing with adaptogens and nootropics in a way that excludes psychedelic effects for a safe and all-natural healing medicine. By using it daily, you can gain energy, creative stimulation and brain clarity.  There is much to be gained by tapping into the restorative properties nature provides in plants.

Plants give us oxygen, nutrients, and even shelter. They are respected and revered in all ancient cultures. Ancient herbs used in microdosing include; ajimoda, boa vine, madhura, elemi, wild rose, golden root, and more. Each one helps stimulate or relax certain parts of the brain. People will often turn to microdosing when they are feeling fatigued, have trouble sleeping or relaxing, have brain fog or lack of focus, or even when they feel a general sense of depression.  While the medical effects of microdosing are just recently being studied by the western medicine community, reviews from people who have benefited from are glowing.

Microdosing allows you to use plants and herbs as a supplement to promote health and wellness. While microdosing won’t cure specific diseases, it can help balance the mind and spirit so they can work together to heal the body. They are easy to take, affordable and completely safe with no known adverse side effects. Using organic and legal plants, microdosing can be used by adults, children, and even pets. If you’re looking to maximize rejuvenation and minimize anxiety or chronic pain, then looking into microdosing would be well worth your time.

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