It all started in a van…

Founded by brother, Tyler Rumi as he took a road trip in his "rigged-up sprinter van" back in 2016.

Tyler found himself on Salt Spring island and something told himself.. this was going to be home. "Tyler was no novice to cannabis cultivation" as he had been growing under the MMAR since 2005. His dreams finally coming a blaze when Ryan Mant and Alex Rumi, Tyler's brother joined forces to create GOOD BUDS.

"Since then, the Rumi brothers have assembled a team, who have together built GOOD BUDS into a legitimate disruptor in the cannabis market.

GOOD BUDS became the fastest license in the history of the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR), and the first ever joint cultivation-oils license.

The company also became the first licensed outdoor cannabis grower in Canada on May 10, 2019, beating public companies with budgets that massively dwarfed their own.

The company began recreational sales into select markets in Fall 2019, with hash & rosin sales starting in winter 2020."


I have to say these products are exactly what Tyler and his team say they will be. Amazing product at prices that match the industry.

Right now other hash & rosin producers have product gains of over 300%. Charging $100 CAD for a gram of shatter, compared to the black/grey market current gram value of around $25 per gram.

GOODBUDS live rosin Glookies comes in around 33.99$ CAD including tax.

Find these guys at your nearest dispensary now available in British Columbia.

'Hey, we're GOOD BUDS. Producers of small-batch, sun-grown, ocean-grown, organic weed and concentrates. Produced naturally on British Columbia's Salt Spring Island. . Using craft growing methods and years of experience, we grow limited release strains in single-strain growing rooms at our purpose-built facility to custom-tailor the climate, growing conditions and individually pamper each of our plants. . GOOD BUDS produces premium organic cannabis and cannabis products, as a Licensed Producer of cannabis under the Cannabis Act and the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (Canada) and its regulations.'