Myrcene (Musk Citrus) is the most common and abundant terpene found in cannabis. It's also found in mango, with a flavour profile that's a mix of citrus and musk (eating a mango 45 min. before smoking will increase THC effect). Myrcene has been known for its sedative properties and may be part of the reason cannabis has been used for pain management and is usually recommended as a supplement during cancer treatments.
Caryophyllene (Pepper Spice) is found in a variety of edible plants and herbs and smells of pepper and spice, and can also be found in black pepper, cinnamon, cloves, oregano, basil and rosemary. It has long been used in anti-inflammatory topicals and creams and is also thought to reduce anxiety, and is recommended for treating alcohol withdrawal symptoms.
Pinene (Pine Sweet) smells like pine trees, with a hint of rosemary. A relatively common terpene also found in rosemary, orange peels, basil and parsley. It has been studied for a variety of positive effects, including helping with focus and respiratory inflammation.
Bisabolol (Floral) (also known as levomenol) has a pleasant floral aroma and can also be found in chamomile flower and candeia tree. Primarily used in the cosmetics industry, but lately found to be effective in treating bacterial infections and wounds and is a great antioxidant with anti-irritation and analgesic properties.
Terpenes are fragrant oils naturally secreted in cannabis, including other plants, fruits and herbs. They are the organic compounds that give each strain of cannabis its unique aroma, flavour and effects. These oils have been used for centuries in medicine, natural remedies and food. Use search console to filter by terpenes.
Afghani Bullrider (3.5g)
The Afghani Bullrider cultivar has a storied history in the Canadian cannabis landscape. It is the namesake of our BLLRDR brand, and we are proud to offer the market this legendary strain.
Large, green fluffy buds, with a noticeably high concentration of long amber pistols, present a flower that emits sweet & sour aroma's with fruity notes. The terpene profile is dominated by two terps - Myrcene and Farnesene - which lend to a consistent and predictable flavour profile from batch to batch.
Afghani Bullrider rose to prominence in both the cannabis community (winning numerous awards and accolades from cannabis experts) and in pop culture through frequent shout-outs in songs by various multi-platinum, hip-hop musicians.
However, it’s origin dates back to the early 2000's as a highly sought-after strain, that made its rounds in California, but would soon disappear when Jeff migrated to British Columbia with his wife, and medicinal marijuana activist, Michelle Rainey. Along with being a cancer patient, Michelle suffered from Crohn's disease and found relief of her symptoms within this special strain. She then dedicated her life to helping others gain medical access to the plant that has done so much to alter her life and daily function. Michelle sadly passed away from cancer on October 20, 2010 with the dying wish of making cannabis accessible to everyone, specifically the Afghani Bullrider.
BLLRDR is changing the Canadian marketplace in a big way. Under the shared vision of Jeff and Noah, BLLRDR is bringing Michelle's dream to fruition by commercializing the Afghani Bullrider strain as well as other unique products.
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