I don't know if this applies here, but microdosing is more of long term therapy. Meaning that you have to have set goals to work toward over a significant period of time to see the results. It's really not a magic pill that you eat one or two times and expect drastic results that last more than a couple of hours. There has to be the willingness to work on changing other behaviors the feed the condition that one is striving to be free from. The longer the patient microdoses and the more they work on themselves, the results will more evident with the effects lasting longer.
Taking a few microdoses expecting depression to be cured without working on any other factors causing the depression would be akin to taking a microdose and expecting to lose weight overnight but without changing your eating habits that contributed to being overweight in the first place. Where as microdosing for a period of time to help you change the behaviors that lead you to feel like crap is going to be much more effective in the longterm. All the while assisting your brain to adapting or re-wiring itself to accept the healthier lifestyle that makes you feel good and not fall right back in to the bad behaviors.
I agree with the above sentiments of the macro doses being an extra tool to possibly helping oneself see and figure out exactly what one needs to work on. But also at the same time that depends on the condition. If the person is not mental stable then the macro does could go very bad. you friends, family or even yourself even occasionally refer to oneself as psycho then mush more research must be needed. If one is taking psych meds then the effects of the psychedelics will not work a well too. But if it were me and I found myself getting irritated over the direction my dog was walking I would asking myself when the last time I had a good macro dose and looking at my opportunities to get my next one ASAP.
Personally for me, a good macro dose I can see the positive effect carrying me for 3- 12 months. Microdosing I have to do for 3-6 months for the same benefits.
Edited by coorsmikey, 07 February 2021 - 11:08 PM.