Tag: Eastern Oregon

“Pre ’98 Bubba Kush” A Kind Review by Janice Garrett

“Pre ’98 Bubba Kush” cultivated by Highland Provisions. Photographed by Janice Garrett.

Pre ’98 Bubba Kush” has withstood the test of time because it is such a stoney, delicious, hard hitting strain. Smoke one bowl and suddenly you won’t give two squirts as “Pre ’98 Bubba Kush” gives off mega easy-going, relaxing vibes. Wish cheerless angst a friendly goodbye as joyful IDGAF-ery consumes your whole being.

At Highland Provisions teamwork made the dream work in cultivating a top shelf batch of “Pre ’98 Bubba Kush.” Based between the Deschutes National Forest and the Cascade Mountains in Bend, Oregon, Highland Provisions grows pesticide and fungicide free flower. This growing practice insures pure, amazing taste in every strain harvested at their facility. You can really feel the passion and respect for nature in any of their rare and exotic strains.

“Pre ’98 Bubba” will really grab a hold of your senses. It’s dense, medium sized nugs are bright green with eye catching purple hues. Take a closer look and you’ll notice a remarkable flower encrusted with orange hairs and then dusted with an abundance of sparkly trichomes. Crack one open and suddenly an array of delightful earthy, citrus, and coffee notes overwhelm your surroundings, letting your nose soak up all those deliciously strong terpenes.

With a terpene profile high in caryophyllene, limonene, and humulene “Pre ’98 Bubba Kush” gives off extremely relaxing vibes. Consumers from near and far flock to “Pre ’98 Bubba” for it’s hard-hitting, long lasting high that loosens up even the most uptight, and detoxes the mind of negative garbage. Heavy body and mind-altering meditation make sleep come almost too easy, as you float into a peaceful, deep hibernation and wake up feeling refreshed and on top of the world. Get dazed, blazed, then drift peacefully to sleep… “Pre ’98 Bubba Kush” will give you the carefree attitude you’ve been searching for.

“Pre ’98 Bubba” is available at Kind Leaf Pendleton for $12 a gram, or $36 an eighth with tax included. Stop by and see what all the fuss is about.

“Sm@rties” A Kind Review by Janice Garrett

“Sm@rties” Cultivated by Dr. Jolly’s.
Photo: Janice Garrett

Raise your vibration and accelerate your mind with the ever so scrumptious “Sm@rties,” a smooth 50/50 hybrid.

Sm@rties” was organically cultivated using the no till technique by Dr. Jolly’s in Bend, Oregon.

With parent strains as strong as Blue City Diesel and Cooks it’s easy to see how “Sm@rties” has captivated avid smokers from all over the state.

A beautiful, dense bud structure mixed with a sweet and tangy aroma of honey and berries attract your senses instantly, making your soul purpose to inhale it’s delicious smoke. Until finally, ultra-smooth and tasty rips reach your lungs, making it easy to level up to your desired high.

Giggles, tranquility, and a long-lasting body buzz will make you feel marvelous, illuminating all the good things in life. “Sm@rties” is the wisest choice if what you desire is good vibes and better highs this week.

“Sm@rties” is available at Kind Leaf Pendleton for $12 a gram.

Yerba Buena Farms: Partnered with Kind Leaf

Located in the fertile valleys of Washington County Oregon, nestled between rolling hills, are the hoophouses and the large indoor cultivation facility of Yerba Buena Farms. Yerba Buena is a long standing Oregon Cannabis company, founded under the Oregon Medical Marijuana program, and among the first eight licensed farms under Oregon’s Recreational Cannabis licensing program years later.

“The Good Herb”

Yerba Buena is an award-winning Oregon purveyor of organically-grown craft flower that offers a consistently beautiful, clean, effective, and delicious experience. Yerba Buena is a Clean Green Certified™ and Certified Kind™ dedicated to growing conscientiously and organically. They strive to Minimize their environmental footprint.

Expert growers at Yerba Buena utilize a proprietary bio-active soil that is rich in micro-nutrients and mycorrhizae locally produced to our specifications. Once their cycle is complete, the soil is recycled. To avoid chemical applications during cultivation, the Yerba Buena team applies an integrated pest management program inclusive of beneficial bacteria and predatory insects. 

The founders of Yerba Buena farms consciously created a workplace where each individual is comfortable, welcome, and connected. Built upon a philosophy of green stewardship, Community engagement, and wholesome small-business values, Yerba Buena has grown over the years to 23 long term employees. The Oregon Business Journal listed Yerba Buena as #29 in its 2019 “100 Best Companies to Work For” rankings, small business category- This ranking is among all businesses and industries in Oregon.

29. Yerba Buena
Location: Hillsboro
Website: yerbabuena.com
Oregon employees: 23 | Score: 608.27
It is one big happy family at this Hillsboro cannabis grower. Employees appreciate that managers don’t micro-manage. Company outings, events and wellness days keep the team relaxed and happy. “Our management team is always there with their ears open for you,” says one staffer. via www.oregonbusiness.com

Yerba Buena has a number of original or rare genetics that they carefully cultivate for market. Some notable strains are “Blue Dragon Desert Frost” a sativa-centric High CBD cultivar that is a cross between Jamaican Lambsbreath, Hindu Kush and Desert Frost. “Silver Hawk” a very bright and active sativa that is the result of crossing Super Silver Haze and Wifi Alien OG. They are also known for cultivating Oregon’s best representation of “Pineapple Express” a lovely sativa dominant hybrid cross between the classic Trainwreck and Hawaiian.

Yerba Buena Farms has chosen to partner with Kind Leaf in Pendleton, Oregon to be the exclusive local provider of their award winning flower and made to order pre-rolls. You can visit our Leafly menu to see which cultivars are currently available, at anytime, if you are travelling in from out-of-town or have some other errands to run, you can order Yerba Buena ahead for pick-up with our Leafly Pick-up.

Current Kind Leaf recommendations are Silver Hawk, Vineyard Select running and Fluffer Nutter all currently priced at $12 per gram.

Did you know that Yerba Buena collaborates with Willamette Valley Alchemy and Peak Chocolates to produce high grade cannabis products? These amazing choice collaborative companies are also found only at Kind Leaf when shopping in the Pendleton, Oregon area.

Be sure to check out the review on Yerba Buena’s “Fluffer Nutter” by our very own @cannijani420

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Kind Leaf
1733 SW Court Ave
Pendleton, Oregon
(541) 612-8588
http://www.kindleafpendleton.com

“Fluffer Nutter” A Kind Review by Janice Garrett

“Fluffer Nutter” cultivated by Yerba Buena.
Photographed by Janice Garrett

“Fluffer Nutter” is as fun, sticky, and exciting as its name suggests and if your down for a good time, “Fluffer Nutter” would be the prime choice.

This bright sativa is captivating at first glance, so mad props need to be given to it’s cultivator Yerba Buena Farms. Yerba Buena is Clean Green Certified and Certified Kind, reassuring all their flower is cram packed with amazing taste and all around top shelf quality. “Fluffer Nutter” is no exception to this.

The slightly slender, but fluffy looking buds are trimmed to perfection. “Fluffer Nutter” is crystal coated with a surplus of tricomes, and it’s auburn hairs add to the magnificent bud structure. To crack one open is to release strong citrus, diesel, and earthy terpenes into your environment that uplift your spirits instantly.

With strong genetics like Durban Poison and Sour Dubble is easy to see why the high on “Fluffer Nutter” is exceptional. This is the perfect strain for hanging out with friends and being productive, but you could also relax and be creative inn your own euphoric world. Expect to feel happy, creative, and uplifted as each hit of “Fluffer Nutter” takes a hold of you and doesn’t let go for hours.

“Fluffer Nutter” is now available at Kind Leaf Pendleton, currently running $12 a gram. Be sure to stop by and check it out.

“Sour Diesel” A Kind Review by Janice Garrett

“Sour Diesel” cultivated by So Fresh Farms.
Photographed by Janice Garrett

Get revved up and ready for any occasion with Sour Diesel, a popular sativa that will take you on an unforgettable, wild ride.

Kind Leaf Pendleton carries top shelf “Sour Diesel” that is cultivated by SoFresh Farms in Canby, Oregon. SoFresh Farms is known in the cannabis industry for cultivating award winning, Clean Green Certified flower. It’s no surprise they killed it with the hard to cultivate, highly recognizable “Sour Diesel” that so many cannabis consumers have come to love.

Sour Diesel from SoFresh farms

Sour Diesel” became popular in the 90’s and ever since cannabis lovers have flocked to the energetic and extreme euphoric effects this strain provides. Each rip of ultra smooth flower gives you an intense cerebral high, letting you get lost in the creativity of your own mind. Worries seem to fade away while as “Sour Diesel” diminishes any stress that’s accumulated during the day.

Only laughter and good vibes are on the horizon with “Sour Diesel.” Stay elevated, energized, and uplifted and feel nothing but good vibes.

“Sour Diesel” cultivated by SoFresh is available at Kind Leaf Pendleton for $16.80 a gram while supplies last.

DJ Short: Coming to Kind Leaf

Daniel John aka “DJ Short” has been developing and cultivating new strains of cannabis for well over 30 years. DJ is best known for creating the legendary strain “DJ Short’s Blueberry” as well as other award winning cultivars like Flo, Vanilluna, New Berry and Whitaker Blues. He is also known for his passion for educating the public about cannabis and a distinctive style of activism for the ending of cannabis prohibition.

They call him the Willy Wonka of Pot, the Wizard of Weed, and the Cannabis Professor

The path to greatness never comes without struggle, for Daniel, the struggle inherent in his path led him to experiment with Cannabis as a young teen. His first few experiences with cannabis sparked curiosity in his young mind, and according to DJ, “One day in 1973, he bought a box of cereal that came with a plastic seed sprouter. Out of simple curiosity, he moistened the chamber, inserted a bud from his stash of Hawaiian, and watched with delight as it grew roots and a sprout.”

High Times was publishing its homegrown variety of guerilla cultivation methods in various publication releases. DJ wanted to cultivate and experiment, but knew that outdoor cultivation was out of the question. He purchased some high end fluorescent shop lights so he would be able to cultivate indoors, in secret.

One downfall to the early seventies and cultivation of Cannabis was the wide availability of rich landrace sativa genetics in the US. Not until the latter seventies did shorter, stout and robust Afghani Indica varietals became available. DJ sourced some of these new genes for himself to reduce the long winded flowering time of the Sativas, which falls around 14-16 weeks. After successful cultivation of Indica varietals, DJ discovered the relaxing and sedative nature of these hash rich Afghanis was not the same enjoyable experience as the buzzy, energetic and creative experience of the Oaxacan and Thai genetics he had grown fond of.

Hybridization was the answer. His plan, to combine the unique traits of the Sativa genetics with the short, stout and faster flowering Indicas to create a balanced, routinely easier to cultivate Cannabis plant that was an enjoyable middle ground for the end consumer.

As DJ crafted indoors in his secret garden, outside the Drug war was getting into full swing led by then President Ronald Reagan. During early 1980 national anti-cannabis rhetoric built up and spilled over, coincidentally, as the square footage of the breeding garden diminished. This reduction in square footage did not limit the abilities of DJ during cultivation but rather allowed him to hone in on and patiently seek the specific qualities he was seeking, exploring each phenotype with his nose. Cataloging which plants produced floral, sweet and fruit notes and which produced the chemical, fuel and acrid skunk notes.

DJ compares the subtleties of quality Cannabis to that of fine wines. The olfactory chart used by cannabis connoisseurs is not unlike the wine wheel. Like Sommelier, Cannabis aficionados have the ability to detect a diverse blend of aromas such as fruit and berries, grasses, teas and earthen humus, fuels and chemical notes.

“The range of flavors expressed by the genus cannabis is extraordinary. No other plant on the planet can equal the cacophony of smells and tastes available from cannabis.”

DJ Short

Short credits his passion for cannabis and natural propensity for successfully crossbreeding Sativa and Indica varietals into award winning hybrid strains as an inherited trait from his Romanian great-grandmother.
According to DJ, she was a gypsy herbalist who cultivated cannabis and among other herbs for medical purposes, taking time to pass down her acquired knowledge and skills to her daughter, DJ Short’s Mother.

Honey and Fruit

After extended trial and error, establishing specific genetic traits and isolating terpene levels via testing with the WERC Shop in California, DJ began comparing his flowers with those that were considered above par and high-grade on the underground marketplace. Armed with this data, DJ continued to select the plants he favored most, deftly cultivated them to maturity, carefully cured the buds, and personally smoked privately for months before releasing them to friends and buyers, to ensure an enjoyable, superior quality of Cannabis flower was offered.

Before long, selective breeding led to a lineage with sweet honey and strong fruit aromas. From this line rose the now legendary DJ Short’s Blueberry. Known by name, smell and sedative, pacifying body high. Once DJ stabilized this special genetic, he sought to create an energetic, uplifting strain. This project led to Flo, which gifted DJ with the effects he was seeking.

After realizing how popular his new genetics were, he began cloning his mother plants and releasing the genes to underground cannabis growers in Oregon and California and some overseas to Europe.

It is well known that the widely revered DJ Short’s Blueberry, bred and cultivated just outside of Pendleton, Oregon is in the ancestral pedigree for most any modern hybridized varietal that includes “Blue” or “Berry” in the name.”

Matt Brandhagen meets DJ Short at Kind leaf in Pendleton, Oregon

DJ Short’s renowned seeds and Cannabis breeding capabilities earned him a revered spot in the High Times Seed Bank Hall of Fame, which was created to commemorate “brave pot pioneers and trailblazers.” DJ was included in the first commemoration in 2007. He was spotlighted as “The Willy Wonka of Pot” in a 5,000-word tome for the website Grantland, and wrote the 2003 book “Cultivating Exceptional Cannabis: An Expert Breeder Shares His Secrets.”

2016- Daniel crafted a “letter to the Editor” of Pendleton, Oregon’s premiere media source, The East Oregonian. In this letter he wrote, ” I would very much enjoy the opportunity to help teach my community about the wonders and merits of this valuable plant that offers something beneficial for almost everyone.”

DJ Short x Kind Leaf

Kind Leaf is proud to announce that we are the destination which will provide the space in which to bridge the gap between our local residents and visitors and world renowned breeders like DJ. We are set to host a Meet-and-Greet with the infamous DJ Short on Saturday, November 9, 2019 from 5 pm -7 pm.

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Kind Leaf
1733 SW Court Ave
Pendleton, Oregon
(541) 612-8588
http://www.kindleafpendleton.com

LaRain Miller of Kind Leaf wins National Budtender Award

Las VegasThe first annual Budtender Awards took place at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in sunny Las Vegas, Nevada. The Budtender Awards team developed 9 unique award categories referred to as the OG Awards.

Each category hosted five finalists. These five individuals were selected from over 700 international nominees! Finalists were announced August 30th on High Times’ 420 Live Instagram show.

These Award Winners were chosen by industry experts & members of the Budtender Awards team based upon a variety of factors such as votes earned, participation and social media blasts. The winners were announced at the Award Show on October 12th, 2019 at Light Nightclub.

LaRain Miller accepting her award from “Modest Jones” & “Wolfie”

LaRain Miller of Kind Leaf Pendleton won the first ever National Budtender Awards trophy for the “Dazed & Infused” category.

According to the Budtender Awards, “This Budtender is the Martha Stewart, or Emeril of Edibles. Their sophistication and superior knowledge ranging from infusing pastries & sweets to drinks to oils & butters, gives them the skills to recommend the perfect product for every user. Who knows, maybe they’ll be the next Michelin star cannabis Chef. “

BUDTENDER

| ˈbudˌtendər |

An award winning budtender is a person who recreates and redefines the public perception of someone who works in a dispensary or store where medical or recreational cannabis is sold. Helping provide a perspective that these knowledgeable individuals are not just “Drug Dealers.”

Cannabis Flower at Kind Leaf in Pendleton, Oregon

Increasingly, this subculture is evolving into a group of educated professionals who have developed their unique blend of personality, style, fashion, and most importantly, their recommendations to an constantly growing and changing variety of cannabis offerings. Budtenders are educators, advisors, sales professionals and often a trusted resource or friend to their customers.

Kind Leaf Budtender weighing out Cannabis for a customer

Without Budtenders, Cannabis brands do not succeed, the customers are left unaware of what makes each product and brand different from the one resting next to it on the shelf. Budtenders are one of the most important factors in public relations between communities, dispensaries and the cannabis industry as a whole.

The 2019 Budtender Awards honored these individuals, promoted their efforts and acknowledged their influence on the industry, and in the communities they serve.

Congratulations to LaRain Miller, Kind Leaf for bringing home an award, for yourself, your team, your community and Oregon!

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Kind Leaf
1733 SW Court Ave
Pendleton, Oregon
(541) 612-8588
http://www.kindleafpendleton.com

Happy Cabbage Farms: Partnered with Kind Leaf

Happy Cabbage farms introduced a higher level on Rosin method extracts to the Oregon Market. Setting the standard higher for bubble hash derived Rosin pressed extracts, Happy Cabbage extract artists craft delicious cannabis extracts from flower cultivated by both themselves and other award winning Oregon cannabis farms.

First- What is Rosin?

Rosin” refers to a Cannabis extraction process that utilizes a combination of heat and high pressure, instead of volatile solvents, to break open trichome and squeeze resinous sap from your cannabis flower or Hash. The result is a golden, even clear, sappy or sometimes shatter-like product. If produced with proper methodology, Cannabis rosin can compete directly with the flavor, potency, and yield of other solvent-based extraction products.

Many people prefer quality rosin products over more commonly found Butane and Propane solvent extracted cannabis products. This preference comes from both non-solvent adulteration being lower in risk regarding residual solvents, as well as the ability of the Rosin method to capture rare plant essences that are often lost with the introduction of volatile solvents.

Happy Cabbage farms is a craft small-batch producer with an affinity for purity and flavor. Recently their work has been isolating extracts from strains like Tropicanna Cookies, Thug Life, Punch Breath, Purple Petals many of which are currently on the shelves at Kind Leaf in Pendleton, Oregon.

Happy Cabbage practices reservation concerning which dispensaries carry their brand. Seeking to partner with companies that put their customers and communities first, who care about quality and have the ability to represent their products for what they are.

For the past year, Kind Leaf has partnered with Happy Cabbage Farms to be the exclusive provider of Happy Cabbage products in Eastern Oregon. You can visit our Leafly Menu a see which Happy Cabbage Farms varietals we currently stock, and even order in advance for pick up.

Happy Cabbage Availability in Oregon

Currently popular Happy Cabbage Rosin strains are Ice Cream Cake, Thug Life and Oregon Diesel. Come visit with one of our friendly Kind Leaf budtenders and learn why Happy Cabbage Rosin may be an exceptional choice for you.

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Kind Leaf
1733 SW Court Ave
Pendleton, Oregon
(541) 612-8588
http://www.kindleafpendleton.com

SoFresh Farms: Partnered with Kind Leaf

From Farm to Jar

In 2010 SoFresh farms formally began its journey to, “promote health through the regenerative cultivation and delivery of exceptional quality cannabis”.  Owners Michelle and Tyson Haworth first joined the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program as Patient and Grower after Michelle’s second back surgery a few years earlier. 

Unsatisfied with physicians’ constant promotion and wide acceptance of harmful opiate based prescription drugs, SoFresh seeks to cultivate and provide a more socially and environmentally healthy alternative. Their small family farm, located in the agriculturally rich North Willamette Valley, has established and maintained industry leading quality, social and environmental standards.

All SoFresh products are cultivated using minimal energy inputs; compostable and recyclable materials are given top priority. Waste is food, rain and de-humidification water is captured and stored on-site then used as the farm’s primary irrigation source.  Waste indoor cultivation heat is captured to provide heat for greenhouses. Worm castings and compost combine with locally sourced nutrients and no-till cultivation techniques to ensure mineral balance and biologically thriving soil.

Plant positive IPM programs are a key protocol, the farm relies on predatory pests, fungi and nematodes for the pest management blueprint. 100% locally owned and operated, SoFresh chooses to invest in coworker education, pay a living wage, provide healthcare benefits and retirement savings for its employees while also giving back to the local community.

SoFresh Cultivation Methods

Indoor Cultivation
The SoFresh indoor growing area uses a closed-loop system with low-till raised beds. They prefer to use double ended high-pressure sodium lights (HPS) but are always experimenting with new technology to promote increases in quality and yield while using less energy. The SoFresh standard is to create exceptional quality cannabis with the most efficient and bio-friendly systems possible.

Currently SoFresh utilizes a hybrid/closed-loop system with supplemental CO2, HVAC and fresh-air ventilation. During winter when it is cold outside the farmers use intake and exhaust instead of using air-conditioning to cool the room when the lights are on. This not only saves power but also replenishes the CO2 naturally. During the hot summer months, A/C is used to keep the temperature below 85 degrees which is important for keeping the more volatile terpenes from evaporating before they can be enjoyed.

HPS Supplemented Controlled Environment Greenhouse at SoFresh Farms

Growing Greenhouse
The favored growing environment at SoFresh farms is the greenhouse. There are a couple of greenhouses that are used to cultivate vegative and flowering plants. The light assist/light deprivation greenhouse produces the highest quality flowers available on the market while using less energy than a standard indoor room. There is something magical about the sun that plants prefer over only HPS or LED lights.

Tyson understands that full spectrum photo-biology plays an important part in the plants development and they have discovered plants that have the benefit of the sun and consistent HPS light when the sun doesn’t shine consistently produce the highest quality flowers at SoFresh farm.”

Sungrown Plants
SoFresh farms also cultivates premium sun-grown flower that ripens under the September and October sun. These cultivars are usually available in the winter and early spring. The long Oregon summer days grow big plants and create dense, potent flowers known for their vibrant dark colors, rich smell and intense flavors. To help protect SoFresh’s sun grown cannabis from the mold creating and terpene robbing rain and dew that is often present in the Pacific Northwest in the fall. Farm hands take the time to carefully thin and train the plants before building hoop houses over the flower for the last 4 to 6 weeks of ripening.

Vegetative immature plants in a SoFresh Greenhouse

Caring for Living Soil
SoFresh farms raised beds stand about two feet high on native soil and are composed of a mixture of peat moss, perlite/bio-char, worm castings and compost as well as small amounts of other balanced nutrients. The goal is to create a synergy between the plants and the soil. SoFresh Farms believes in a “living soil” by creating an environment that is perfect for both beneficial microbiological life and Cannabis plants. Their methods begin with inoculating the plants with mycorrhizae in the vegetative stage and continuously through the beginning of the flowering cycle. Tyson uses a combination of different organic methods to feed the plants on his farm. Among them, they brew their own teas and feed the soil where the beneficial bacteria break it down and make food for the plants.

The farm is regularly featured in magazine and news articles for the company’s leading social, environmental and political practices. In July of 2014 sofresh was among Oregon’s first batch of Clean Green Certified farms, a national cannabis industry version of USDA Organic certification. SoFresh continues to lead the way in developing regenerative farming systems focused on creating clean healthy cannabis while doing good for the local environment, people and economy.

SoFresh x Kind Leaf

From the day Kind Leaf opened its doors to the public, we have been the exclusive access point for SoFresh Farms flower and prerolls in the Pendleton area. We have partnered together to educate customers about the importance of organic, regenerative farming practices and proper care of Cannabis flower from farm to jar. Each batch of SoFresh flower is hand selected by the founders of Kind Leaf to ensure the best representation of sustainably farmed flower cultivated by SoFresh Farms is available on the shelves at Kind Leaf in Pendleton, Oregon.

One of our favorite SoFresh cultivars is Durban Poison. Other popular genetics from SoFresh are Betty Hayes, Dogwalker OG, Sweet Tooth and Veteran’s Kush. Visit our Leafly menu to keep up on what SoFresh Flower is arriving this harvest.

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Kind Leaf
1733 SW Court Ave
Pendleton, Oregon
(541) 612-8588
http://www.kindleafpendleton.com

White Label Extracts: Partnered with Kind Leaf

Value | Quality | Consistency

White Label Extracts is an Oregon processor based in Eugene. In Pendleton, Oregon this brand stands out as a favorite. White Label produces all manner of cannabis extracts from Live Resin and Sugar Wax to Shatter and Honeycomb.

White Label specializes in light hydrocarbon extraction, utilizing butane and propane to produce BHO (Butane Hash Oil) and PHO (Propane Hash Oil) products for the Oregon recreational cannabis marketplace.

White Label uses lab grade solvents, at purity level of >99.5%. Before introducing these solvents into the extraction process, lab techs distill the solvents, resulting in a 99.9+ purity level. Once the extraction is completed, the product is put through a several day long vacuum purge protocol. Once purging is complete, all product are put through a rigorous, multi-step quality control process. This routine ensures that all product sold maintains the quality level the consumer has come to expect from White Label Extracts.

A phenomenal group of licensed Oregon Cannabis farms collaborate with White Label to provide a consistent supply of regularly revolving strains to choose from. Collaborative Farms are distinctly featured on the packaging, showcasing the producer who cultivated the strain found within. Farms such as Geek Farms, Applegate River Roots, Cloud Cover, Benson Elvis and Pistil Point.

White Label Farms cultivates premium quality indoor craft cannabis. You can find the high demand flower on select shelves across Oregon. Cultivars featured recently are Headband Sourdough, Chocolope and Dr. W. Kind Leaf is one of the select dispensaries who offer their flower. We are currently featuring Chocolope, a classic energetic Sativa. Chocolope is a blend of Chocolate Thai and Cannalope Haze bred by DNA Genetics.

Kind Leaf Pendleton has partnered with White Label Extracts to be the exclusive provider of White Label products in the Pendleton, Oregon area. Over the past three years, we have worked together to bridge the gap between producer and consumer, providing education, discussion and recommendations of White Label products to customers that care about quality, consistency and craft.

Prices for White Label products at Kind Leaf range from $24-$49 tax included. Currently on special you will find White 99 and Lava Cake running at a low of $14.50 per gram. Visit our Leafly Pick-Up to order yours now.

Ask your budtender about White Label Extracts next time you visit Kind Leaf, find out what sets them apart in the realm of Oregon Cannabis extracts.

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Kind Leaf
1733 SW Court Avenue
Pendleton, Oregon 97801

(541) 612-8588
www.kindleafpendleton.com