An Indica at its core, Mike Tyson needs some time to warm up before hitting smokers with its full force. After 15 minutes or so, consumers may notice an increased blood flow to the head, accompanied by some flushing in the cheeks or a pressure around the eyes. Once users acclimate to these sensations, they free joy to the spectrum of disorienting effects that Tyson punches with. For some, this strain can seriously warp their sensory perception, with possible visual and auditory distortions like an amplification of certain sounds or a flattening of depth and perspective. Some consumers also report more abstract effects like an uncanny feeling of time dilation.
To fully appreciate the immersive physical properties, set the mood with some spacey music or TV — may even an old Mike Tyson match in his prime. Besides these trippy, mind-bending qualities, though, Tyson does not do much in the way of mental stimulation. Instead, be prepared to stretch out where you comfortably can, as the strain’s palpable body high begins to set in. Waves of relaxation may relieve any points of acute muscular tension as they render any of your earlier stress or preoccupations irrelevant. Tyson is not the best choice for accomplishing a lot of work, as it’s more likely to slow down cognitive function and strip away energy and motivation. Instead, save this strain for a lazy day when you have nothing serious planned. It’s a fun way to unwind with like-minded friends and a great accompaniment to passive activities like crafting or binge-watching. Because of its almost entirely drowsy vibes, Tyson is recommended for evening or nighttime consumption.
Tyson’s sedative properties give it several applications for medical cannabis patients. It can temporarily soothe the troubling effects of stress, depression, and anxiety. It may also work against physical pain, dulling aches and pains, as well as minor inflammations like nausea and headaches. The sleepy vibes that set in on its later end can also effectively treat insomnia. Because it is not likely to bring about intense, recursive patterns of thinking, Tyson may be a good option for patients who are prone to panic or who may have a low THC tolerance.