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.
Bullrider is changing the Canadian marketplace in a big way. Under the shared vision of Jeff and Noah, Bullrider is bringing Michelle's dream to fruition by commercializing the Afghani Bullrider strain as well as other unique products.