What is Microdosing?


“I’m not satisfied with the type of performance most people achieve. I’m chasing after extreme performance” - Eric Ergot

This article is written for one simple purpose, and that is to explain how to get the most out of yourself with the help of nootropics supplementation and drugs.  Before we begin, we would like to clarify the following: we aren't into drugs, we're into productivity and results. To achieve above average productivity in a gym like setting, many of us know what we regularly need to put our bodies through. Well, in the pursuits taken by those attempting mental lifestyle productivity, it is no less of the work ethic and habits required. In this article we’ll focus on what microdosing is and how you can utilize it to supplement your productivity in all aspects of your life.

The use of microdosing as an essential tool is still to catch on. While this approach promises potential cost savings and a quantum leap in efficiencies of the drug use experience, major hurdles still need to be cleared before the technique becomes common practice. Microdosing is a concept that has been talked about for over a decade. The concept involves consuming a low enough dosage of a drug (supplement) that it is unlikely to have any drastic effect or undesired side effects. The relevance and attractiveness of the concept becomes starkly evident when you consider the potential cost savings and other associated advantages, such as: optimized experiences and efficient effects.

One of the most notorious forms of microdosing is with psychedelics. They have recently gained considerable media attention as they are portrayed as performance enhancers- becoming especially popular in the workplace. The present study addressed this gap by surveying psychedelic users about their experience with microdosing including their dosing schedule, motivation, and potential experienced negative effects. However, although psychedelics are the most notorious substances of microdosing, the same logic is being applied to nootropics. 

Nootropics may not be as drastic or potent in their effects as many psychedelics are, but they still are very powerful in their own right. Nootropics can be found in energy drinks, foods, drinks, and in our case, capsules. Caffeine, guarana seed, ginseng, yerba mate, and beetroot are all forms of nootropics and can be very potent, even in small doses. A cup of coffee typically has 70-100mg of caffeine, and that alone can create a jolt of alertness and at times, jitters.

Cerebral D capsules are built for a one and done microdose use. One capsule should be enough to get you through your peak performance times (and beyond) without the crash you would normally experience with high sugar energy drinks.We believe supplementing your lifestyle with micro-dose amounts of nootropics- such as Cerebral D- can help you go the distance quicker!


Mind. Body. Flow.


Cerebral D Team