TikTok moms share their experiences of micro-dosing magic mushrooms

Los Angeles, California - A business owner has taken to TikTok to share several positive side effects micro-dosing mushrooms can have on those struggling with their mental health.

Olivia Alexander (l.) and Natalie Marie (r.) have both seen firsthand the advantages of using plant medicine.
Olivia Alexander (l.) and Natalie Marie (r.) have both seen firsthand the advantages of using plant medicine.  © Collage: screenshot/instagram/thelivalexander/twitter/Holistichustle

Olivia Alexander, founder and owner of Kush Queen, a CBD and wellness boutique, has been using TikTok to educate people on the many advantages of micro-dosing with the main psychoactive ingredient in magic mushrooms, psilocybin.

Some positive side effects Alexander shares from micro-dosing with psilocybin include decreased symptoms of anxiety and depression. In her case, it even helped treat bipolar disorder.

Her page isn't solely about the results of micro-dosing. She also sheds light on ways to best micro-dose, and says psilocybin is not a substance that will immediately rid you of all mental health and neurological concerns.

In one of her latest TikToks, Alexander says, "we know scientifically, yes, there is scientific evidence and proof that what you put into the experience, you will get out. What you want to get in, you will get out."

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A key element to the narrative she pushes is that anyone who is trying plant medicine on for size should have a support system behind them when doing so.

The micro-dosing mom has a large online fan base

While Alexander's page is both informative and inspiring, she's not the only supporter of micro-dosing on Tiktok.

A self-proclaimed "crunchy mom," Natalie Marie uses her TikTok to spread similar insight as Alexander, but from the perspective of a mother with depression and a desire to get off ADHD meds.

As a mom who micro-doses and shares the experience with the world, she's opened herself up to public opinion and criticism, such as people calling her a druggie, a bad mom, or a child abuser, with some even saying that she needs Jesus.

Instead of responding defensively, Marie shares all the victories she's had on her micro-dosing journey, like defeating her crippling anxiety and saving her life – allowing her to be the happiest version of herself for her daughter. More importantly, she says that both her family and therapist support her.

Both Alexander and Marie share the same goal of shedding light on the medical and therapeutic uses of micro-dosing psilocybin when it is used as a tool. They enjoy informing followers about the positives that can come from proper use.

Cover photo: Collage: screenshot/instagram/thelivalexander/twitter/Holistichustle

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