Introducing the latest genetic masterpiece from Curio, Sunny Wizard – a stellar cross of Blissful Wizard and Purple Punch. Together, the two genetics have spawned everything one might expect from crossing such robust lineages: the power and majesty of the Wizard, coupled with the unparalleled beauty of the Punch.
Blissful Wizard was one of Maryland’s first flowers to cross the 30% THCa content mark, which not only gave Curio a marketing edge that is hard to compete against given today’s consumer buying habits, but it also provided them with the knowledge that this genetic produces heavy in cultivation.
Sunny Wizard is close to a 1:1 ratio of caryophyllene:limonene, tempered by a complex diversity of myrcene, linalool, pinene, humulene and eudesmol. Now if you have been tracking terpenes, then you probably already know this is quite an uncommon profile – it balances two of the sexier and more niche indica and sativa terpenes, tempered again by terpenes from both sides of the spectrum.
The effect is truly an ethereal and polished high that embodies a harmony of creative, euphoric relaxation and robustly chill vibes, really allowing me to take on the day with all of the confidence in the world. A confidence boost is not typically something you hear used to describe the effects of Cannabis, but I assure you it is quite within the repertoire of possible effects, albeit rare. You could generically describe this effect as a sativa leaning hybrid, balanced and with a good mood – but it is so much more than that.
With a surge of energy encouraging me to seize the day, the cascade of snowballing positivity turns on all of my creative and motivated switches, keeping me chill and at ease as I look forward to the day with a strong, can-do attitude. The magic of this cultivar is something I think everyone should try, and a big shout out to Curio Wellness for experimenting with the Wizard genetics and producing such unique headspaces. This Sunny Wizard uses its magic to create the best sunny effects Cannabis has to offer, and I will be smoking this for many harvests to come.
This article was originally published in the November 2021 issue of Maryland Leaf.
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