About Chronic Thunder
If you haven’t heard of Barney’s Farm, we feel for you. They’ve made a worldwide name for themselves with a matching reputation for putting out some outstanding genetic performances and top-selling cannabis seeds of all time. Among their many accomplishments (such as Cookie Kush, Pineapple Chunk, and Blue Cheese to name a few) comes this star-child strain bred from two already legendary plants in their own right. By splicing the top tier genes of Alaskan Thunder and the high yielding Dr. Chronic, Barney’s gave us Chronic Thunder: a high producing, flavorful ride that’s sure to keep you coming back.
These extremely consistent nugs test at an average of 20% THC and boast funky aromas of diesel, herbs, and pepper. The taste is much like the scent, pungent and spicy, and can be super harsh on the lungs if you hit too deeply. If you are susceptible to coughing, give a vape a try. The tight, light green buds are rich with orange hairs and a nice dusting of white trichomes and visible resin.
Chronic Thunder comes in with a clap and hits you square between the eyes. The hard smack of euphoric haziness will likely knock you off your feet and have you seated for most of the high. This is a bud best smoked on a day off with no chores or errands as you aren’t likely to get off your butt much, though you’ll be in a good mood about it. Even the thought of going to the kitchen for a snack might seem too far of a journey. This laziness wears off after a while and you’ll start to feel a twinge of hunger and total sleepiness.
This flower lends itself nicely to mental health conditions such as mild to moderate anxiety, depression, stress, and bipolar. Some cases of PTSD and anxiety can be agitated by this strain, so be aware of your limits before trying this one. As it is a sedative, the treatment of pain, swelling, headaches, and nausea are recommended with Chronic Thunder. It is also highly beneficial for cases of chronic migraine, fibromyalgia, cramps, eye pressure, and glaucoma.
Growing this plant is a relatively easy activity. Chronic Thunder will grow indoors or out with a 7 to 8 week indoor flower time or a late September to early October outdoor harvest. The yield proves to be above average in the right conditions and is extremely aromatic. For those that require discretion, consider a smell-proof system or a discreet location.
This indica-dominant strain comes from a long line of strong strains produced by some of the best hands in the business. If you are going to trust anyone from anywhere let it be Barney’s Farm from the Netherlands. They turn out hit after hit and Chronic Thunder is no different. With highs and lows that are perfectly in sync, you’ll surely fall for this strain.