Also known as William's wonder, this indica dominant strain with Afghan genetics is most recognized for its colorful flowers that are usually combined from green, yellow, and red hues. Developed in the 1980's, Willy's Wonder has grown more and more popular over the years. This strain is recommended for experienced patients. Users typically agree that it has a unique flavor that resembles a combination of sweet honey and tea. After using Willy's Wonder, patients feel uplifted, relaxed, happy, focused, and euphoric. Some reported negative side effects are anxiousness, dizziness, dry mouth, dry eyes, and paranoia.
This strain helps to relieve patients of depression, inflammation, insomnia, muscle pain, stress, PTSD, anorexia, anxiety, ADD/HD, and PMS. Users of Willy's Wonder rate the hybrid strain as outstanding and consistently mention that it is the best strain known for relieving mental health issues. On the down side, some patients report that they become too sleepy and often feel like they are too focused on the task at hand, making it difficult multi-task, which can lead to feeling overwhelmed.