Razzmatazz can deliver itself to your work-weary brain, with a diesel-drenched flavor and a balanced Indica/Sativa structure that should please just about anyone. Its terpenes favor the spicy, herbal, and fuel-flavored side of things while its effects focus on focus. Consumers report feeling creative, motivated, and uplifted on this strain. For those looking for a strain that can deliver calmness and creativity in the early and afternoon hours of the day, this is a big one. Those looking for a late-night bud should look elsewhere.
The flavors of Razzmatazz come from its terpene profile, which is split between Myrcene, Linalool, Caryophyllene, and Limonene. The result is an onset full of herbs and diesel flavors, which relaxes into a spicy, orange-citrus-flavored aftertaste. The strain has a freshness to it that can be invigorating. As you smoke, the aroma transforms, taking on hints of lime and walnut as the taste becomes gassier, spicier, and cheesier. “Funky-fresh” is a term that’s been used online and we think that’s a quick way to sum up what Razzmatazz will do to your tastebuds.
The strain comes from a genetic cross between Lavender and Granddaddy Purple strains, which means that Razzmatazz has a genetic profile that stretches from Afghanistan to Mexico to Colombia. It’s not a particularly easy strain to grow, so novice cultivators will probably want to look elsewhere for their trial run of a new strain. Outside, the plant can reach around 80 inches in height and favors temperate growing conditions. It should start flowering around 50 days after being planted.
The Razzmatazz high begins slowly, focusing on mental energy, delivering feelings of motivated calm. You’ll feel creative and ready to take on the world – we recommend keeping Razzmatazz usage in the morning and early afternoon so you can take advantage of its energy. As you smoke, you’ll start to feel more relaxed, though not drowsy or sedated. We recommend the strain for users who experience anxiety and pain throughout the middle of the day, including symptoms related to fibromyalgia and ADHD. Razzmatazz, despite having a name that brings fireworks to mind, is more of a calming presence than anything.
With a THC average of around 15%, Razzmatazz should be able to satisfy experienced users while offering novices a fresh take on relaxing diesel flavors. Note that the strain can cause hunger so keep snacks at the ready if you decide to spice up your morning routine with a little much-needed Razzmatazz.