ATF stands for Alaskan Thunder F**k (but we’ll stick with “ATF” for obvious reasons). For such a powerful-sounding name, it is not as strong as other strains out there, with only 15% THC. Nonetheless, its moderate strength makes it a decent daytime smoke.Chemical Formula of Product:
15% THCBenefits of product:
ATF provides bebefits such as:
Aids in treating epilepsy
ATF is best known for its euphoric high and powerful relaxation effects. User also say that it works as “creeper weed,” meaning the effects are delayed. But once in full swing, it is not uncommon to experience strong bouts of creativity and powerful spikes in appetite.
ATF has a somewhat skunky aroma, combined with pine, lemon and menthol.
The main terpenes are:
• Pinene – Terpene responsible for adding a pine-like aroma to cannabis (and other plants). Also acts as an anti-inflammatory, bronchiodialator, memory aid and neural
stimulant (improves alertness).
• Linalool – Known for its mildly spicy, lavender aroma. Shown to be effective against epilepsy, in addition to antibacterial, antidepressant and anti-anxiety properties.
ATF is produced by Green Barn Farms, which provides product to various dispensaries throughout Washington State. Their products are completely organic.
Some users report negative side effects when using ATF:
• Dry eyes
• Dry mouth
Marijuana first appeared on the world stage in China over 8,000 years ago. Initially used and consumed strictly for its seeds, it was applied medicinally about 3,000 years later – again in China. It reached Europe in 430 B.C.E. as both a medicine and for industrial reasons (hemp).
ATF is sativa-dominant, but its exact origins cannot be pinpointed to any specific strains. Some believe it originated in Northern California, where it was interbred with Russian ruderalis. In the 1970s, it supposedly mixed with Afghani variants, which added to its volume.
Green Barn Farms is proud to distribute organically-grown, sustainable cannabis crops to multiple Washington dispensaries.
ATF from Green Barn Farms is available at Cascade Herb Company, a dispensary offering 96 bud strains alone, not to mention concentrates, edibles and oils – among others.