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LSD Microdosing and Creativity: Emerging Evidence

Jacqueline Ronson, a journalist with Inverse, interviews James Fadiman, a preeminent researcher in the field of psychedelic experience. Fadiman's latest research collected journals from 1,500 people who took a microdose of LSD every three days for a month. Participants reported less procrastination, more energy, and greater ability to think creatively (and lots else). This session will dive into new findings from that study and overview microdosing research projects worldwide.

Questions

  1. What are the effects of microdosing on health and creative thinking?
  2. What are the limits and dangers of microdosing?
  3. What is happening around the world to investigate the potential of this new low-dose use of psychedelics?

Speakers

Organizer

Jacqueline Ronson, Reporter, Inverse


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