Bizarro blend is indisputably more potent as an aromatherapy enhancer but it seems with this increase in potency comes a price in aroma. Thankfully, it is not a huge one. The smoke produced by this new Bizarro is decidedly bolder, and has more of a fluffy edge than some herbal incense, but the potency is there. Within each plume of smoke I could smell a hint of raspberry fragrance, but it seems the essential oils are far too concentrated to be completely masked by a raspberry scent.
The effects, however, rush at you like a hurricane wind. It is a strong feeling of tranquility, but still sustained and controlled. A slight rain shower of euphoria highlights this otherwise powerful blend. It is one that should be burned during the evening hours, or after one has finished the chores of the day. I did not feel compelled to do much other than enjoy some laughs, and play video games with the misses. I definitely got reacquainted with and enjoyed my couch with this blend. I was locked into place and ready to let the evening melt away. This blend is definitely not for the faint of heart, and the hurricane can quickly turn into an F5 situation. Maintaining maturity and respect for the potential potency of these herbs while practicing moderation will result in an unparalleled aromatherapy experience, one that you won’t soon forget.