Alaskan Thunderfuck Seeds
Alaskan Thunderfuck Marijuana Strain is a very famous and a very rare strain. An urban legend says it was saved from annihilation by a man, living in Alaska, who accepted the last plants from a friend and kept the Alaskan Thunderfuck Strain be growing and be alive for 20 years.
A shortcut, as usual: Alaskan Thunderfuck Seeds
Origins of MTF (Alaskan Thundefuck)
Originally the strain is called the Matanuska Thunderfuck, or MTF. Even before (as Jim Ross tells) it was known to a smaller groups of people as Trapper Creek Hash Plant, but that is the ancient story, so MTF. Why Alaskan? Because it’s got bred in Alaska, and got saved in Alaska by Jim Ros, it is from Alaska, and it is rare and a little bit mysterious, that is why Alaskan Thundefuck name is more frequently used.
“It’s just completely different. It has fangs that grow out of the fan leaves. And the fan leaves are bigger than your hand. I counted 13 fingers on a fan leaf once and a triple-fanged leaf growing out of that,” —
— Jim Ross (59 years old) says in the interview to ZEWEED.
Jim’s friend passed him the MTF plants, and that friend saved the plants from the other guy who was raided by police. Since 1997 Jim keeps the plant and he claims he has never grown any single MTF plant from a seed, it all cloned, and it practically means this is essentially the same plant, the same genetics, kept for more than 20 years.
— “I take 2 ounces of ground-up bud and one 5th of 100-proof vodka, put it in a canning jar, shake it, and after 3 months I strain it with cheesecloth and take little doses a couple of times a day” — Jim says.