Wizard Gum by Curio Wellness is a gorgeous cross of the highly potent Blissful Wizard and succulent Bubblegum that boasts a split dominance of myrcene and caryophyllene, working together in a hypnotic dance that lulls the mind into places of peace and tranquility.
Myrcene and caryophyllene offer us some of the heaviest and stoniest smokes we can consume, which makes this Wizard Gum an excellent medicine for those with heavier pain, sleep and anxiety needs. A few heavy tokes on the Wizard Gum are enough to bring the speed of your day down … stretching time out before you in a truly gentle and warm manner.
There is a distinct earthiness to the aroma that has berry fruit elements and just a whiff of the Bubblegum scent attributed to its ancestor. It’s as if you’re walking in the forest after a misty rain in the summer, when fresh blueberries and blackberries are yearning to be plucked from the plant while the sun is setting – when all of the sudden the pop of a bubblegum bubble bursts through the stillness of the trees and ties the experience together in a way that is uniquely Wizard Gum.
Fans of the sedative and pain-relieving effects of myrcene and caryophyllene know that in concert the two create a transcendent indica high that can wobble the headiest of stoners. For me, the Wizard Gum offers a stoney headspace that is powerfully calm in ways that helps me check all my worries at the door. I am thankful for the peace that Wizard Gum injects into my evening after a long day of aching bones and high stress levels. Every toke leaves my body feeling lighter and feeling more expansive and free.
The delights of Wizard Gum by Curio Wellness are an exquisite relief from the suffering our bodies endure on a day-to-day basis. With a succulent fruity aroma and a powerful medicinal kick of some of the heaviest terpenes Cannabis has to offer, this flower is truly worth trying for those who enjoy the stoney side of their medicinal spectrum.
This article was originally published in the May 2022 issue of Maryland Leaf.
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