Alaskan Thunder Goo
Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: Flavors from both strains are definitely present in this bud. The inhale is spicy and zesty with a hashy and musky finish, with incredible smoke expansion that may be too intense for a less experienced patient.
For whatever reason, the breeder of ATG does not wish to take credit for this masterfully crafted hybrid strain. The buds are large, dense and literally will stick to the walls. Long brownish-orange pistils reach for the heavens, shooting up out of the danky foliage. When you smell the buds of Alaskan Thunder Goo, you may think that somebody sprinkled hash on them, but you’re not that fortunate, it’s just part of the decadent aroma offered from this potent medication.
Able to be cultivated either indoors or outdoors, when grown outside, she much prefers more mild temperatures that do not typically reach over 85 degrees Fahrenheit. She will not reach over 4 feet indoors, with an outdoor finished height of around 5 ˝ feet. The yield from ATG can be expected to be above average, with the flavors coming to full effect when grown 100% organically.
Like her Goo parent, you’ll likely find loads of difficulty and frustration when breaking Alaskan Thunder Goo apart. The trichrome-covered buds act like full melt hash when you touch them, instantly becoming a part of your finger. Be prepared to get decent finger hash even when just breaking this strain apart. Imagine what happens when you make actual hash out of it. Patients will typically be able to enjoy this strain for between $50 and $55 per eighth.
Its texture is so really sticky and good, but that
seems to be all that the Alaskan Thunder Goo has to offer.
It does give you a pretty good body high, but it doesn't last long.
hard as hell to find, but when u do...go get some! its worth it, i promise