Will I get high from these gummies?

No way! These gummies contain no psychoactive or intoxicating ingredients. Our intention is to make you feel WAY better, so you may feel sensations of happiness, relief and improved wellbeing. Which is high unto itself. But no unexpected trips will happen here (unless you are on a journey to self-improvement).

Are your products lab tested?

All of our ingredients are tested at the source. COAs are provided so we can ensure quality, potency and lack of any heavy metals or adulterants.

Is one gummy really enough?

Starting with one gummy is a great baseline to understand how you react to each component of our formulas. We base our potency on both data around suggested effective dosage for each individual ingredient, and also consider how these ingredients work together to provide the best effects. At times, more than one gummy may be required, depending on your body and brain.

Are there any drug interaction concerns with your ingredients?

Our mushrooms and supplements ingredients are completely safe and nontoxic. If you are pregnant, nursing or have any pre-existing conditions, we do recommend consulting a physician before taking any supplements.

Are Microjoy products vegan and gluten free?

Yes! Always. We believe that everyone deserves their little bits of joy, so our gummies are free from wheat, animal products, and other allergens. We also ensure that our sugar (made from beets) is 100% vegan and no animal products are used in its production.

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Cordyceps are considered a parasitic fungus that, in the wild, infiltrate and grow from insect larvae. While our Cordyceps are grown in a lab environment, we still think they're amazing. These mighty mushrooms are best known for their potential ability to energize the brain, boost athletic performance, amplify endurance in both the physical and mental realm, and to oxygenate the body. (And no, they will not create zombies when consumed).

Lion's mane

Lion's Mane is one of the cutest mushrooms, literally a fluffy white cloud of superpowers that look a bit like the mane of a lion. Our favorite benefit from Lion's Mane is its potential ability to improve mental acuity by stimulating the growth of brain cells and protecting the brain. It's even been shown to improve gut health, which is also wonderful for mood support.


Reishi mushrooms have a plethora of benefits, including immune support, but more importantly, as a hormone-balancing and relaxing fungi. Containing a high concentration and variety of compounds called 'triterpenes' that act as natural sedatives, Reishi synchronizes with the nervous system to promote relaxation and drowsiness. In addition, daily use helps to promote a more centered and balanced outlook over time.

maca root

The Maca plant, also called “Peruvian ginseng,” is actually a cruciferous vegetable related to broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, and kale. We love the powdered Maca root for its even-keeled energy that promotes alertness and improves mood. This gnarly brown root as also been known to improve libido in men and women, further adding to the vitality and life force found in this unassuming botanical.


L-Theanine is a true superstar, most commonly found naturally in green and black tea (and some mushrooms). An amino acid, L-Theanine is one of our favorite building blocks in a daily regimen aimed at mood support, increased focus without jitters, and a reduction in anxiety that can ultimately help with better sleep.


Tryptophan is an amino acid needed for the production and maintenance of the body's proteins, muscles, enzymes, and neurotransmitters. It's an essential amino acid, which simply means our bodies cannot produce it, so we get it from the consumption of foods like chicken, turkey, eggs, nuts and soy.

We love Tryptophan for its sedating properties (just like after a large holiday meal). This drowsiness that ensues is two-fold. After we eat tryptophan, the body converts some to 5-HTP and then into the neurotransmitter serotonin, which can promote feelings of happiness and calm. But Tryptophan can also increase our bodies' naturally occurring melatonin.


B12 is an important vitamin that some individuals may have in short supply. Our bodies need B12 to maintain metabolism, produce DNA and red blood cells, keeping the nervous system healthy, and more. Those who are deficient may lag in the energy department, particularly if they are consuming a vegan or vegetarian diet or have digestive issues, so we promote B12 as a great boost for that energy we all need to make it through the day.

* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Consult a physician if pregnant or nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition.


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