Podcast 605 – “Microdosing: Benefits, Risks, Unknowns”


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Guest speakers: James Fadiman and Ayelet Waldman

Mike Margolies, Ayelet Waldman, and James Fadiman

Mike Margolies, Ayelet Waldman, and James Fadiman


Date this interview was recorded: October 22, 2018.

Today’s podcast centers around microdosing psychedelics, LSD in particular. Much of today’s interest in microdosing psychedelics blossomed after the publication of The Psychedelic Explorer’s Guide, which was written by Dr. James Fadiman, who has been featured here in the Salon in the past. And we are fortunate today to listen to a conversation between Jim Fadiman and Ayelet Waldman, author of A Really Good Day: How Microdosing Made a Mega Difference in My Mood, My Marriage, and My Life. Their conversation was moderated by Mike Margolies, who you already know from his work a year or so ago on the Blue Dot Tour, from which we heard many podcasts. This conversation is one of a series of live streamed events presented by Psychedelic Seminars, the San Francisco Psychedelic Society, and Simulation.

“I think psychedelics are great for people who don’t like meditation, and I think that for people who like meditation they’re also very good.” -James Fadiman

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Microdosing: The Benefits, Risks, & Unknowns w/ Jim Fadiman & Ayelet Waldman


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Posted in Culture, Education, James Fadiman, LSD, Medicine, Michael Margolies, Psilocybin, Psychedelic Research, Psychedelics, PTSD, War on Drugs.

One Comment

  1. “My life in old age has expanded beyond its normal limits, like a
    spreading fog.”

    I thought you said “frog” not “fog” LOL

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