Dec. 6, 2012 01:18
A good “razzle dazzle” move is a staple of magicians, running backs and one of the most purple strains we’ve come across in Colorado. Yes, Colorado Springs’ Briargate Wellness Center brings the serious eye candy with its Razzle Dazzle, rumored to be a cross of Blueberry and White Russian. Judging from the coloration of the stem, this isn’t cold induced purps, either, with calyxes that would make The Artist Formerly Known as Prince jealous. Or is he just Prince again? An almost sugary sweetness makes this strain intoxicating; as if each nug was spritzed with perfume made from Beaujolais. Being an indica-dominant hybrid (70/30), we found Razzle Dazzle to be similar to a glass of wine after a long day of work: relaxing, not too sleepy, but also not enough to keep us up when we were ready to crash. Use a bowl of Razzle Dazzle to deal with nagging pain without being relegated to a night on the couch, or for a little dessert before dinner. Just be careful medicating during the day if discretion is important: this strain will trigger severe bloodshot eyes.