G reat GANJA

The Georgia Straight - - Cannabis -

“I HAVE de­vel­oped a love for Van­cou­ver Is­land–grown Su­per Sil­ver Haze,” Court­land San­dover-sly says when asked about his go-to strain. The sativa-heavy

High hy­brid scored a Times

hat trick, tak­ing home the first prize at the Cannabis Cup in 1997, 1998, and 1999. The strain gar­nered its award-win­ning rep­u­ta­tion for com­bin­ing three stead­fast par­ent phe­no­types: North­ern Lights, Skunk, and Haze. “It suits my lifestyle,” he says. “I am a busy per­son. I run two busi­nesses as well as vol­un­teer­ing as the pres­i­dent for the BCICA [B.C. In­de­pen­dent Cannabis As­so­ci­a­tion], and it pro­vides the en­ergy and clar­ity at the times when I need it most.” San­dover-sly says he typ­i­cally in­dulges at the end of a long work day—adding that he leans to­ward smok­ing flower be­cause a good Su­per Sil­ver Haze is dif­fi­cult to find in ex­tract form. “I don’t like how some strains of cannabis can limit my abil­ity to be so­cial, so this al­lows me to un­wind but still go out and have fun.”

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Canada

© PressReader. All rights reserved.