At Natural History, we believe great cannabis starts with great genetics. Watch our video to learn more about our story, our mission, and what makes Natural History cannabis different.
Carefully research and select each cultivar in our collection. Well-versed in the history of cannabis genetics and with decades of experience between them, our curators are unafraid of the unknown. They are dedicated to the creation of inspired cultivars.
From our Terp Sauce HTFSE Vapes to Pre-Rolls, we ensure no aspect of flavour or potency is lost. All products are grown right, cured-in house, and packaged by hand for the freshest experience.
We research and thoughtfully select the most impactful and unique cultivars. Cultivars that have earned their rightful place in our collection.
Named Best Personal Flower at the 2019 Emerald Cup Awards. Wedding Cake and Kush Mints were crossed to create this cultivar that packs a powerful punch.
When your genetics are this hyped, you have a lot to live up to. Tally Man, by Oni Seed Co., is a cross between Banana Dosi-do and Oni’s flagship, Papaya.
When you cross a legendary THC cultivar with a high potency CBD genetic, you get a one-of-a-kind result.
Everything about this cultivar screams spice and heat—and we’re here for it. A cross between an unknown genetic called Meatloaf, and Mendo Breath, Meat Breath boasts insane bag appeal with its thick covering of trichomes across a dense bud structure. .
Bred by In House Genetics, Garlicane is the daughter of two highly sought-after cultivars; GMO X Slurricane. Garlicane’s pungent aroma will grab your attention as soon as you crack the seal. This indica-dominant strain features very large, dense, trichome caked nugs accented with bright orange pistils.
Cannabinoids are enticing, but true cannabis pioneers understand the allure of a cultivar’s terpene profile. These compounds create the characteristic fragrances and flavours of a cultivar. Like the taste and scent of citrus, or the gassy aroma that gives cannabis its unmistakable smell.
This is why we include a terpene bar on our packaging. With Natural History, you will always know what prominent terpenes are included in all of our cultivars.
Find Natural History’s collection of cultivars at regulated retailers in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Ontario, Yukon, Northwest Territories, New Brunswick, and Manitoba.
Throughout history, the story of cannabis has weaved in and out of countless cultures, remaining an integral part of history for close to 3,000 years.
Although cannabis was prohibited for many of those years, it was not the end of its story. We proudly continue to tell it, while also elevating and evolving it for the modern era.
Below we explore stories and information about cannabis so adult users can learn, understand, and continue telling its story.
Are you interested in learning more about our cultivars and our ethos? Like us, are you driven by the rich history of cannabis? We should talk.