Scientists Say You Should Have Some LSD For Breakfast Each Morning

Microdosing has now been proven to increase the quality of one's day, without any psychedelic side effects.

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Is breakfast the best meal of the day? This is, of course, a debate largely unsettled. However, new words of forward-thinking wisdom from Dr. James Fadiman may have finally given breakfast an unmatchable advantage in the form of LSD. According to Fadiman, microdosing in the mornings could very well improve your day-to-day experience in significant ways. "Microdosing turns out to be a totally different world," says Fadiman. "What many people are reporting is, at the end of the day, they say, ‘That was a really good day' — that kind of day when things kind of work. You’re doing a task you normally couldn’t stand for two hours, but you do it for three or four. You eat properly. Maybe you do one more set of reps."

Of course, Fadiman — the author of The Psychedelic Explorer’s Guide — is far from alone in his assertions surrounding the benefits of disciplined LSD consumption. In her 2014 essay "How Psychedelics Saved My Life," former CNN news correspondent Amber Lyon detailed her relationship with psychedelics — ultimately concluding that"the public has also been misled about psychedelics."

In a world where unfortunate staples like stale bagels and/or last night's ill-advised pizza leftovers dominate the average person's breakfast menu, an alternate breakfast centered around microdosing might make a remarkable amount of difference — especially in the battle against the myriad of elements working against the maintenance of your putrid morning breath.


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