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ACDC Cookies by East Fork Cultivars, a vape cartiridge for creating the ultimate chill. ACDC Cookies is known as a winner of the 2017 High Times “Best CBD Flower” prize, but East Fork Cultivars has distilled its essence into a wonderfully-balanced and efficient cart. Now you can get that high-CBD effect with just a moderate buzz of THC on the go, during breaks, or whenever you need it.

ACDC Cookies by East Fork Cultivars boasts 40% CBD and 26% THC, making a perfect balance of effects. It’s a great vape for staying active and productive while giving you the medicinal benefits CBD is famous for. The cartridge is well-crafted and doesn’t leak or get too hot when used with the appropriate battery. And like all products of East For Cultivar, it is made from the highest quality cannabis.


Develop and preserve sustainable, sun-grown farming methods to produce high-quality, genetically diverse, CBD-rich cannabis with a resolute commitment to environmental and social responsibility.



At East Fork, we are more than growers — we are cultivators. We look beyond our plants and work to create a brand that expounds on ideas and cultivates an educated community.

We are devoted to the development and preservation of sun-grown cannabis and believe that sustainable farming methods produce superior holistic medicine. Our desire to provide Oregonians with a superior plant-based medicine drives our selection of cultivars, or cannabis strains, that are high in CBD.

It’s our belief that CBD-rich cultivars have the power to heal and bring relief to those in need. Rooted in a commitment to environmental and social responsibility, we take great pride in the processes and practices implemented on our farm.


When choosing a cannabis cultivar, there are two traits that are most commonly compared: taste and smell. Where these traits come from is both simple and complex. The smell, taste, and, to some degree, the effect, are tied to terpenes. Terpenes are aromatic compounds found in the oils of the flower, originating in the same glands as cannabinoids (including CBD and THC).

When ingested, terpenes can influence neurotransmitters in the brain. For example, they can affect dopamine and serotonin production and destruction. This insight gives us an idea of why different strains not only smell and taste differently but also have different physiological effects on our mood or high sensation. There are over 100 known terpenes found in cannabis, and each cultivar has a unique terpene composition.