Stamets Stack – Microdose


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  • 250mg Psilocybin Cubensis
  • 100mg Lion’s mane
  • 150mg Niacin
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Buy Stamets Stack in Canada – Microdose for long term brain health

The Stamets Stack combines three components: A microdose of psilocybin mushrooms along with Lion’s Mane mushroom and niacin. Stamets designed the stack to enhance cognitive function and confer a host of benefits related to neurogenesis—although his hypothesis has not been reviewed by a medical professional nor has the protocol been put to the test in rigorous clinical trials, which are considered best-practice in nutrition science and public health. The claimed benefits of the Stamets Stack include:

  • reduced anxiety and depression
  • stabilized mood
  • enhanced creativity
  • regeneration of visual and auditory neurons
  • reduced irritability
  • relief from PTSD symptoms
  • reduced incidence of neuropathy
  • increased ability to socialize, empathize, and feel courageous
  • mediated effects of aging on the brain
  • enhanced self-awareness
  • greater sense of interconnection

The Paul Stamets Microdosing Protocol

The Stamets Stack is associated with two, slightly varied, microdosing schedules. In Stamets’ first appearance on the Joe Rogan Experience in 2017, he recommended a repeating regimen consisting of five days of microdosing followed by two days off. In 2019, his advice had shifted to reflect a four days on/three days off model. In either case, taking two to three days per week off from the stack anecdotally reduces tolerance from psilocybin.

Accounts also vary in terms of recommended duration of the nootropic stacking routine; some microdosers and psychonauts continue the 5:2 or 4:3 schedule for prolonged periods—even indefinitely—while others discuss using the stack for a month at a time before taking a longer tolerance reset of two to four weeks.

This product contains niacin, aka vitamin B3, which can cause a harmless effect called a “niacin flush”. Please read more about it here.

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