Sizzurp, the notorious cocktail celebrated by Justin Bieber and Lil Wayne, just gained a new ingredient: marijuana.
Actabliss a Southern California company is now selling a new, marijuana-infused, codeine-free version of the purple “drank” in Los Angeles, LA Weekly reports.
Traditional sizzurp usually contains prescription-strength cough syrup (containing codeine and promethazine) along with Sprite and Jolly Ranchers, all typically served in a styrofoam cup. So no, this new product is not exactly that, but it is purple and gooey and it does contain THC and cannabinoids.
The company handed out free samples to the public on April 20 (obviously) and now the product is on sale — $45 for a two-ounce bottle.
An Actabliss spokesperson told LA Weekly that customers said it “lasts 10 hours and gets them heavily medicated with that syrup feeling. It’s sedated and relaxing. It’s not just some lean knock off.”
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