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You can watch the movies at www.dosedmovie.com.

There are four films – two feature films and two bonus feature videos. All four films are English language films, and English Closed captioning is available for all films. Please click on “CC” to turn it on. You can also click “CC” to select subtitles in Spanish and French.

There are four films – two feature films and two bonus feature videos. All four films are English language films, and you can click “CC” to select subtitles in Spanish and French. You can also click on “CC” to turn on English closed captioning.

We plan to translate the films into more languages if we are able to collect enough donations.

Your watch link will be in the invoice that you received by email, coming from receipts@thrivecart.email. Please check your spam folder if you don’t see it. So far, most of the time someone doesn’t receive the link, it’s because they typed their email in with a spelling mistake. So if you didn’t receive an email (including in spam and promotion folders) please contact us using the form below. 

When you donate for a movie, you receive an email from receipts@thrivecart.email. Please search your email account, including your spam and promotion folders, for an email from that address. You need to click the blue “Access your Purchases” button at the bottom of that email. That will take you to a page where you must click on the “Click here to Access” link. Then you will be taken to a page where you can watch the movie. Be aware that you can’t forward the link, email or message it to another device, refresh the page or use your browser back button: you have to click the link from the emailed invoice itself, then from the page it leads to. If you’re still having trouble, please email us using the contact form at the top of this page.

Your link expires 48 hours from the time of registration. If you’d like to watch the film again, or if you didn’t watch, simply register the same as you did the first time.  

Yes, both feature films, DOSED and DOSED: The Trip of a Lifetime; as well as their respective bonus feature videos, are available by donation. 

Links to register for all four films are available on our home page, www.dosedmovie.com

The direct links to register for each film are as follows:

DOSED: https://donate.dosedmovie.com/d1 

DOSED: The Trip of a Lifetime: https://donate.dosedmovie.com/d2 

Bonus features for DOSED: https://donate.dosedmovie.com/d1bonus 

Bonus Features for DOSED: The Trip of a Lifetime: https://donate.dosedmovie.com/d2bonus 

You can watch the films on any device – TV, desktop computer, laptop, tablet and cell phone. 

People are watching on their TVs in different methods. As there are a variety of different methods depending on what hardware you have, and if you have a smart TV or not, here is a brief article that lists some of the options:


Here is an article specific to using the airplay function with an apple device:


Also we should mention the older method of connecting a laptop to a TV with an HDMI cable. You would of course need a laptop and TV with an HDMI input on both.

An important thing to note is that the watch link will not work if you email or message it to a different device. So if you registered to watch with your phone, for example, you can’t message the watch link to your laptop because it will not work that way. You must click the link directly from the email on whatever device is playing the film.

Please use the contact form at the bottom of this page to inquire about licensing one or both films

DOSED Synopsis: After years of prescription medications failed her, a woman turns to the underground to try and overcome her depression, anxiety, and opioid addiction with illegal psychedelic medicine, like magic mushrooms and iboga. Adrianne’s first dose of psilocybin mushrooms catapulted her into an unexpected world of healing where plant medicines are redefining our understanding of mental health and addiction.

The film features Adrianne, Dr. Gabor Maté, Dr. Rosalind Watts, Paul Stamets, Ingrid Pacey, Mark Howard, Garyth Moxey & Trevor Millar. The providers in the film can be found here at Iboga Soul, here at Inner Realms, and here at Ambio Life Sciences.

DOSED: The Trip of a Lifetime Synopsis: A loving mother of four is granted the right to legally use magic mushrooms to treat her end of life anxiety. She then embarks on a remarkable journey of personal transformation and healing while exploring lesser known possible cures for cancer, like cannabis oil.

The film features Laurie, Glenn and their kids, Dennis McKenna, Dr. Gabor Maté, Paul Stamets, Chino Julian, Dr. Reg Peters, Dave Phillips, Dr. Rob Sealley, and Dana Larsen from the Medicinal Mushroom Dispensary

Larger organizations appearing in the DOSED films include:


M.A.P.S. Canada


Filament Health


Visit our filmmaker page here

DOSED is 84 minutes long

DOSED: The Trip of a Lifetime is 86 minutes long

The bonus feature videos are each about half an hour long

DOSED was rated PG in Canada and Australia

DOSED: The Trip of a Lifetime was rated G in Canada

The Bonus Features are unrated but have similar content as their respective films

No, the films are available exclusively at www.dosedmovie.com

In recent years there has been a resurgence in academic research around psychedelics and their potential benefits for a number of therapeutic uses. The following organizations have compiled an extensive list of this research.

NCBI – A Systematic Study for Microdosing Psychedelics 

Heffter – Research by Category

M.A.P.S. – Research Papers

Therapsil – Psilocybin Clinical Research

(Links to spotify playlists below)

What started out as one diverse “best of the best” psychedelic playlist has evolved into 300+ songs, 40+ hours of music, in 6 playlists (soon to be 7 as new music is constantly being discovered and curated). Each playlist follows typical peaks and valleys of a mushroom trip but everyone experiences psychedelics uniquely and a playlist shouldn’t decide when someone has finished their journey. So, each playlist is followed by a couple hours of additional music to welcome you back at a higher vibration.

Known for taking up to 40 grams of magic mushrooms at one time to explore what’s beyond, the late Kilindi Iyi once said “If y’all are hearing music, y’all didn’t take enough.”

While it is possible to not hear the music on therapeutic doses (much lower than 40 grams, more in the 5 gram range) – for someone new to psychedelics, or even for a seasoned psychonaut – a thoughtful playlist can provide great comfort. Playlists can help bring thoughts and feelings to the surface, and if things get challenging the music can gently remind you that you’re still lying in bed on planet earth, with your therapist, friends, or loved ones who are supporting your journey.

The songs vary from gentle and calming to purposefully challenging, all chosen to let your thoughts and feelings bubble to the surface so you can go deeper and get answers to important intentions. Many songs are powerful enough to invoke a wide range of emotions and each song can become its own journey. While together in a playlist lasting several hours the music guides you, and welcomes you back with familiarity, as your trip comes to an end. For LSD, or a longer acting psychedelic, there is plenty of music to journey onwards. These songs are also great for calming background music for any occasion (if you don’t have access to psychedelics try meditating to a playlist… you might be surprised what comes up).

When using psychedelics it’s strongly recommended you set up a container of safety which includes: mindset, setting, and dose.

1. Mindset is about setting intentions – write down 3 to 10 questions or intentions you want a deeper understanding of. Don’t have any expectations because people find they get exactly what they need out of their journey when they set intentions without expectations.

2. Setting is physically where you are – make sure you’ll be comfortable and without interruption. The people who’ll hold space for you is an important part of your setting. Ideally they’ll be people with an understanding of the medicine, and it’s often nice to have both male and female energy. They’re there to keep you safe, take notes if needed, get you water or help you to the washroom, ensure your sleep mask stays on, and hold your hand if things get challenging.

3. The dose is how much you take – 5 grams is the standard “heroic journey” coined by Terence McKenna. Although he suggested doing “5 grams of dried cubensis alone in dark silence” – as more people turn to psychedelics as an alternative medicine, safety is of the utmost importance. We’re not doing it alone, we’re using playlists to help guide, and it’s important to know that psychedelics aren’t for everyone. Mushrooms are statistically one of the safest drugs and most experts agree around 5 grams is a good amount for a transformative experience, but please do lots of independent research into possible risks and downsides, how to mitigate these, and when to avoid large doses altogether.

***Start each playlist when the medicine is consumed and you’re ready to lay down comfortably with your sleep mask on in order to achieve a meditative state of relaxation before the onset and peak. It’s important to note that you absolutely can’t listen to these playlists on the free version of Spotify because it will be forced on “shuffle” and there will be commercials. The songs are curated in a specific order so you don’t want them to shuffle, and commercials are exactly what you don’t want to hear on a deep psychedelic journey! Double check that shuffle play and repeat are turned off because often when the main play button is pressed Spotify defaults to shuffle and keeps these user settings. Turning on an 8 second “crossfade” in the Spotify settings helps with smooth transitions between songs. Be on airplane mode so no texts or calls interrupt your journey. And have good speakers/headphones that will play the full dynamic musical range.

Playlists 1-7:

1. Brain Clean – Playlist 1 begins with “Grande Mareacion” by Maneesh de Moor and ends with “I Can See Clearly Now” by Jimmy Cliff https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3fHxge6aiqT8fpWq4eiwrS

2. Let Go – Playlist 2 begins with “Essence” by Laraaji and ends with “What A Wonderful World” by Louis Armstrong

3. Dark Places – Playlist 3 begins with “Meditation No. 1” by Laraaji and ends with “Don’t Worry Be Happy” by Bobby McFerrin

4. Feels – Playlist 4 begins with “Lux 4” by Brian Eno and ends with “Three Little Birds” by Bob Marley & The Wailers

5. Sweet Life – Playlist 5 begins with “Everlasting Moments” and ends with “Over the Rainbow” by Israel Kamakawiwo’ole https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6nJFAPAD2bvW5FKpAeFXDl

6. Healing – Playlist 6 begins with “Dawn” by Garth Stevenson and ends with “Why Worry” by Essie Jain https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7jl1x67hJpAOue5AKry01B

7. Expanse – Playlist 7 begins with “Groundwork” by East Forest and ends with “Wonderful Life” by Black

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