Before we describe the effects of this cannabis strain, let’s talk about a concept called frisson. This is a French term used to describe waves of pleasant sensations flowing through your body. Unsurprisingly, one of the most common triggers for frisson is music. Whether it comes from an unexpected instrumental shift or heart-wrenching vocals, frisson turns what would be an otherwise normal experience into something that’s out of this world. Stevie Wonder’s music gave people that very same feeling throughout many decades, and it’s only logical that a cannabis strain named after him does exactly the same.
Stevie’s strain gives you a solid high that’s immediately uplifting, stirring all the happy feelings and altering your mood in the best possible way. This intense cerebral buzz is counterbalanced by this strain’s lesser Indica side, creating what can only be described as a state of euphoric relaxation. Eventually, the frisson starts to kick in, adding a pleasant finishing touch to an already exhilarating feeling.
The mind remains sharp throughout the entire experience. In fact, consumers have reported an increased focus while they were under Stevie’s effects. It also enhances creativity and helps improve the quality of the conversations in any social setting.
Now, you must be surely wondering if such an intense experience comes with terrible side-effects. Believe it or not, the answer is no. Like many other strains, the only adverse reaction you can expect is the usual cottonmouth and dry eyes. We recommend staying hydrated both during and after Stevie’s consumption for a more pleasant experience. A few Stevie users have also reported a slight burning sensation in their throat, but this could be easily fixed by vaporizing the herb instead of smoking it. Sativa-sensitive consumers might also experience some paranoia, so we advise them to be careful.
Overall, the Stevie Wonder strain is a great choice for both growers and consumers. It’s just one of these strains that will leave you wanting more no matter how many times you’ve had it. Though here’s a friendly warning, too much Stevie can turn even the most rational person into a superstitious mess.