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- May 5, 2023 at 11:48 am #40425Karen UrbatchkaParticipant::
I’ve been testing out different blends and strengths. The past couple of times I’ve taken a super low 25 Mg dose of the adaptogenic blend, I’ve had crazy dreams.
The first time they were just vivid but the second time they were nightmares the entire night.
Has anyone else experienced this? Is this common?May 5, 2023 at 2:16 pm #40451Russ SParticipant::
I think I know what you are talking about. I’ve been experimenting with all kind of blends and doses before the night time. For some reason I can’t microdose in the morning. Even 25 mg causes me to feel it during the day.
As far as the nightmares, I believe it has something to do with the Ashwaganda being present in the adaptogenic blend. I did my research and it has some effect in some people. I can speak for myself, Ashwaganda definitely affects my dreams, sometimes to some kind of crazy vivid dreams, sometimes nightmares. Try different blend. I personally like the brain booster better, gives me more of “electric” visuals and I tend to see more of a vivid dreams with less tendency to nightmares.
Hope this helps.May 5, 2023 at 4:02 pm #40461G.B.Participant::
I agree with Russ. I already knew Ashwaganda gives me crazy intense nightmares because I was experimenting with various herbal sleep remedies and had to settle on one without Ashwaganda. Knowing this, I chose the Brain Booster when I decided to try microdosing. I am tolerating it well and having positive effects after 2 weeks. Next time you need to place an order, try one of the other two blends. If you are microdosing for mental health, try the Brain Booster because Lion’s Mane is a great emotional support mushroom.May 5, 2023 at 4:19 pm #40465Karen UrbatchkaParticipantMay 6, 2023 at 3:14 pm #40542Beth JohnParticipant::
I have vivid dreams & nightmares as well. I also have them without microdosing. When I am microdosing, sometimes I can remember more, helping me connect the dreams or nightmares to things I’m working through or processing. Even if it’s an intense experience, I find the insight to be valuable. I definitely choose the nights I microdose carefully for that reason.May 6, 2023 at 4:20 pm #40548Karen UrbatchkaParticipant::
I was wondering about that! Like… what is my brain trying to tell me or work out?
These were interesting. They were all paranormal based. After the first one I was so shaken and fixated on it that I had to get up, walk away, then put a calming sleep story on.
I didn’t expect to have more but they continued the whole night.June 5, 2023 at 8:54 am #44212SoulCybin ModeratorModerator::
When we are sleeping the subconscious has the space to manifest what conscious had been recording all day long every day of our lives, so when taking a microdose this could be amplified, showing us what is there and wants to be expressed…
Therefore, everything we see, do, hear, and think (especially before going to sleep) will have a significant impact on our dreams and the quality of our rest when we go to sleep.
Trying to relax the body completely and choosing carefully what you say to yourself in your thoughts, will definitely make a difference. If you are curious, you could try doing this on a night without a microdose and/or on a night with a microdose and see what if you notice any difference. It takes awareness and practice to do this, but the results will make it worth it!
There is a little book by Neville Goddard, “Feeling is the Secret”, that talks about the influence of the conscious over the subconscious and how to use it for sleeping. Highly recommended!
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