Our monthly roundup of the best cannabis offerings on the Canadian market includes two of BC's most notable brands
The BC-based medical and recreational cannabis producer known for its high-grade, small-batch flower and concentrates is bringing a new strain to the market. Pipe Dream is a rarity in Canadian cannabis – a strain developed from scratch. It scores high in all regards, including 18-24 per cent THC content. brokencoast.com
The instructions say to store this product in “a cool, dry place.” But with some 400 milligrams of THC, this “intimacy oil” is definitely meant for turning up the temperature on your sex life – or self-love in this time of the coronavirus. Word to the weed wise: for topical use only.
This indica-dominant hybrid cross packs a wallop, as the name suggests, with up to 28 per cent THC. Yikes. But no need for fear of paranoia – the buzz will leave you feeling relaxed and happy. Flavours: earthy with musky aroma. Available at Dimes Cannabis.
Two of BC’s most notable cannabis brands have teamed up to bring the first gummies made with pure fruit to the Canadian market. Pure Sunfarms and White Rabbit announced the manufacturing partnership late last year. Gummies from both companies will be distributed and sold by Pure Sunfarms under their respective brands. The first products (sour black cherry and sour raspberry) are now available. Strawberry and peach nectar flavours are coming soon. Each is offered in packages of four 2.5 mg THC gummies and made with craft cannabis using White Rabbit’s “EAT Me” cannabis-infusion technique. Nuff said.