” Buddies Brand and East Fork Cultivars have partnered together to create this near 2:1 CBD:THC liquid diamond live resin PAX Era pod, which also donates $1 per sale to the Last Prisoner Project.
Created by East Fork Cultivars, Pineapple Jager is a powerful high CBD cross between Pineapple-Tsu (Sour Tsunami x Pineapple) and Jager, providing quick relief with each small puff.
With notes of sweet citrus and sharp fuel, this alleviating strain is perfect to consume any time of day or night, with its light high and heavy relaxation. The PAX Era makes for a discreet and inconspicuous method of consumption, so users don’t have to worry about when or where they’re medicating.
East Fork Cultivars is widely known for its sustainable farming practices, environmental ethics and superior CBD genetic work. Their focus on educating the community while providing truly medicating products, sets them well above many local and out-of-state competitors.
With values like these, it’s easy to see why they’ve partnered with Buddies’ patent-pending extraction method, furthering their goals of giving back to the community.”
Big thanks to our friends at Oregon Leaf for the nice story, Buddies Brand for the smart processing science and for being great partners, and Daniel Berman for the constant quality photography and design.
" Buddies Brand and East Fork Cultivars have partnered together to create this near 2:1 CBD:THC liquid diamond live resin PAX Era pod, which also donates…
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Aroma and flavor: Black Lime Reserve x Limepop has a wild nose: an unmistakable Tiger Balm—cool, camphorous and minty—that accurately translates to flavor when smoked. At the pipe, secondary notes are detectable in a gustatory territory shared by lime and copper—a metallic, citrus quality that weaves in and out of the VapoRub, licorice and menthol façade for a flavor profile that’s anything but common.
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About the farm: Over the past year, Vagrant Hill Farm has taken the micro-batch, no-till model of organic indoor gardening from the basement to the warehouse. The five-member, owner-operator team has managed to scale up a six-plant medical grow into a 500-square-foot commercial facility while maintaining a level of care and quality control that’s usually reserved for personal-use gardens. They harvest between 8 and 10 pounds of herb every two weeks, ensuring always-fresh releases of their carefully curated and delicately expressed cultivars—those selected and crafted with the flower fanatic in mind.
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Aroma and flavor: Black Lime Reserve x Limepop has a wild nose: an unmistakable Tiger Balm—cool, camphorous and minty—that accurately translates to flavor