Good Supply Cannabis Brand Launches Canada’s Strongest Infused Pre-Rolls
The Good Supply MONSTERS pre-rolls are made from a combination of two of our most potent signature strains frankensteined into a jaw-dropping pre-roll, coming in at a whopping 2.38g and 42.0% THC (420mg/g). Being the first of its kind, “MONSTERS” have been officially trademarked, differentiating its offerings from other infused pre-rolls products in the Canadian market; they feature a unique formulation of strain-specific milled flower infused with strain-specific BHO, and are coated in extract and dipped in kief to achieve a wicked 1,000mg of THC – the most THC allowed in one package2 – making them Canada’s strongest infused pre-rolls.
Good Supply MONSTERS pre-rolls are now on the loose in two unique options, including:
Golden Guy( Sativa) infused pre-roll: A thrilling twist of Jean Guy milled flower and Golden GoatBHO
- Monkey Walker (Indica) infused pre-roll: A monster mashup of Monkey Butter milled flower and Starwalker Kush BHO
Along with the maximum allowable content of 1,000mg THC, these monstrous pre-rolls have been developed to deliver a smooth smoking experience, utilizing an XL Filter and an extract coating for an improved burn and smooth smoke. As one of Canada’s leading cannabis brands, Good Supply seeks to deliver feel good highs and provide a range of cannabis experiences for consumers to discover. Good Supply MONSTERS pre-rolls were designed for highly experienced cannabis users looking for the most of what a pre-roll can offer.
Good Supply’s MONSTERS pre-rolls are now available at select retailers across
1 Produced in accordance with Health Canada Processing and Cultivation licence by Aphria Inc., a subsidiary of
2 “The most THC allowed in one package” –
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