Leafbuyer.com, the site that connects cannabis consumers to the best deals on products available in dispensaries in their area, has unveiled exclusive photos and video of “Markle Sparkle,” a new strain of cannabis developed by Tyler Dooley, the nephew of the soon to be member of the royal family Meghan Markle. Dooley is the son of Meghan’s half-brother Thomas Markle Jr.
Dooley partnered with the Denver-based company Leafbuyer.com, and has released the first photos of Markle Sparkle. “We’re thrilled Mr. Dooley chose Leafbuyer to help launch his new ‘royal’ strain,” Kurt Rossner, CEO of Leafbuyer Technologies Inc, said. “Our job, as the premier cannabis deals, news, education and lifestyle website, is to help consumers find products like Markle Sparkle once it’s available for purchase at local dispensaries.”
Dooley currently grows cannabis for medical use in Grants Pass, OR. He cultivated the special strain to honor his aunt, Meghan Markle, and her upcoming marriage to Prince Harry. He along with his business partner, Mama D. and Daley Organics, a premier grower in the northwest collaborated on cultivating and growing the new strain. Markle Sparkle will be released June 2 at the High Times Cannabis Cup Northern California at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds in Santa Rosa. Dooley, along with representatives from Leafbuyer.com, will be offering samples of Markle Sparkle. The new strain will sell at dispensaries for approximately $280/oz.
Markle Sparkle is a delectable sativa-dominant hybrid, which can be used to relieve pain and anxiety, but this is all of the information he is ready to divulge at the moment. “I can’t reveal too much at this point,” states Dooley, “but what I can say is it smells like blueberries and it’s made up of three different strains – Blue City Diesel, Blueberry Northern Lights and a third secret strain, which you’ll find out on June 2!”
Curious about the new royal strain? You can go here and here for more information on Markle Sparkle. As a bonus, you can check out the video. You can also go to Leafbuyer.com for more info.