Microdosing Psychedelics for ADHD

It’s been a while since the last post here at The Psychedelic Scientist! I’ve been busy working for The Third Wave, a site that offers advice and resources about psychedelics and microdosing.

It’s an exciting time in the psychedelic movement, as more people are coming out and describing how experiences with psychedelics have shaped their lives.

In my most recent article, I hear from some of the many people who microdose with psychedelics in order to treat a mental health condition – in this case, adult ADHD.

I hope you enjoy it – and consider checking out the other resources at The Third Wave.




3 thoughts on “Microdosing Psychedelics for ADHD

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  2. Hi! I’d just like to point out that most people, especially people with ADHD, wouldn’t call it a mental health issue. It’s a mental pattern variation, and it does not have to lead to the person feeling mentally ill. Depression or anxiety on the other hand may also be called a mental pattern variation, but always leads to suffering. I mean, it IS suffering. ADHD does not equal disease or suffering.


  3. Thanks for sharing this. Just for clarification’s sake, ADHD isn’t a mental health condition, it’s a cognitive functioning disorder. Although it can and often does co-occur with mental health conditions like depression and anxiety.


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