Dr. James Fadiman is an American psychologist and author who has been researching microdosing for many years to combat symptoms such as insecurities, anxiety, depression, stress, migraines, hormonal complaints and many more issues. In 2010 he began collecting anecdotal reports from people who have used microdosing to combat their symptoms, since then many thousands of people worldwide have shared their experiences with him.
Want to participate in microdosing research?
Fadiman’s research is still ongoing, which means that you too can contribute to it! To start with, you can use this link to sign up to be kept informed about his research and to participate in future research.
If you have experience with microdosing and would like to share your story, you can mail your story to [email protected]. James Fadiman and his research partner Sophia Korb are especially interested in microdosers with a history of non-congenital brain damage, stroke, severe (cluster) headaches, menstrual symptoms and diagnosed depression or bipolar disorder.
Important & interesting research results
The effects of microdosing vary from person to person and also even between the different psychedelics you can microdose with. So it is applied to a wide range of symptoms. Dr. Fadiman is still processing and publishing his anecdotal research but what he has already published is a list of medications and supplements that microdosing does not contraindicate.
If a medicine or supplement is on this list it means that there have been people using it in combination with microdosing without any side effects. If you are on medication and are considering microdosing, we advise you to talk to your doctor about it.