Pot Growing Nephew Of Meghan Markle Growing 'Royal Weed' In Her Honor

by greenrush
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Unless you've been living under a rock, you're probably aware that there is a royal wedding imminent. Prince Harry is set to marry Meghan Markle tomorrow on May 19, 2018, and all eyes are one again on England's royal family.

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However, it's Markle's nephew, Tyler Dooley, that we're particularly interested in. Dooley has revealed that he is growing a strain of marijuana in his aunt's honor, aptly named 'Markle Sparkle'.

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Dooley grows the strain at his legal marijuana farm in Grants Pass, Oregon where cannabis was legalized for recreational use in 2015. According to Tyler, the strain gives users a euphoric, tingling sensation and described it as "a potent, albeit noble bud" in an online profile.The strain will cost $5 per gram and the profile for 'Markle Sparkle' says that is has a "very sweet, silky taste" with "notes of fresh blueberry and a unique, fruity and smooth flavor." The strains tests at 23% THC and all in all, takes seven to nine weeks to flower. This royal strain is made by crossbreeding NYC Diesel and Northern Lights with Blueberry and an addition secret strain Dooley has chosen to keep secret.

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Details about the strain were released via leafbuyer.com only days before the royal wedding is set to take place. Tyler runs his cannabis farm with his mother, Tracey Dooley, who was married to Meghan's half-brother Tom Markle Jr. Both Tyler and Tracey flew into London this week, along with Tyler's girlfriend. The trio had plans to cover the wedding of Prince Harry to Meghan Markle for UK TV network ITV, however, the network recently dropped them from their coverage.

 

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