Participate in Aydoo's Microdosing Study with Maastricht University
April 7, 2023
Microdosing, or the practice of consuming small amounts of psychedelics, has gained a lot of attention in recent years. Advocates claim that microdosing can improve creativity, productivity, and mood, among other benefits. However, despite the growing popularity of microdosing, there is still much we don't know about its effects.
That's why Aydoo is proud to be working with Maastricht University to study the effects of microdosing. As of now, only a few studies have been conducted on individuals throughout their microdosing journey, and there is still much to be learned about this practice.
If you are following Aydoo's microdosing program and are 16 years or older with sufficient English knowledge, you can participate in this groundbreaking study. The research is being conducted by the psychedelic research team at Maastricht University's Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience, Department of Neuropsychology and Psychopharmacology. The study has been ethically reviewed and approved by the Ethical Committee of Psychology and Neuroscience (ERCPN) at Maastricht University (ERCPN 261_147_12_2022).
It's important to note that Maastricht University does not promote or stimulate the use of psychedelics. Participation in the study is completely voluntary and is not expected to result in any negative effects on participants. While there is no reward for participation, your data will contribute to the field of psychedelic science and help us better understand the effects of microdosing.
At Aydoo and Maastricht University, we are committed to advancing our understanding of microdosing and its potential benefits. By participating in this study, you can help us better understand this practice and its effects on individuals. Thank you for your interest and participation in this important research.