We had never heard of this pure indica strain before discovering it at Have a Heart CC in North Seattle, but the story goes that it’s descended from Afghan seeds brought over more than 30 years ago. Those Afghan origins can be seen in its buds—large, heavy and incredibly dense, breaking up into perfect, ovular nugs. Its appearance is more red than green, given the predominance of ruddy stigmas throughout. While a smooth-burning strain (also known as Williams’ Wonder), its density means you’ll want to either smoke it in a pipe or grind it for vaporizing—we don’t recommend rolling. The stone is fairly fast-acting and almost overwhelming for the first 30 or so minutes. Like the best indicas, Willy reaches deep into the body to untangle tight muscle cords and soothe the rawest nerves—you’ll come away from the high feeling like you’ve had a massage. The only negative we could find with the stone was that it produces serious cotton mouth, so try keeping a bottle of water or your favorite beverage on hand just in case. If you suffer from panic disorders, experience bouts of insomnia or wrestle with chronic nerve pain, a couple of hits of this will indeed work wonders to ease your woes.