Tom Ford

THC
25%Normal
CBD
1%Very Low
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About Tom Ford

History & Genetics

Tom ford Otherwise known as Tom Ford kush or TFPK is a heavy indica-dominant hybrid named after the iconic fashion designer himself. Tom Ford boasts a high THC average between 23-25% and in some cases reaching up to 27% THC.

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The strain Tom Ford was created by an unknown breeder originating in the beautiful province of British Columbia. As expected with a strain named after the man himself, Tom Ford comes from two extremely potent parents crossing Pink Kush and Death Bubba.

Typical Effects

Relaxed
Relaxed
Sleepy
Sleepy
Hungry
Hungry

Common Usage

Anxiety
Anxiety
Insomnia
Insomnia
Pain
Pain

Appearance, Aroma, & Flavors

Right as the strain is the first smelt the user will immediately be overwhelmed by a pungent gassy smell with slight hints of citrus and spice. Tom Ford buds have been reported as completely covered in bustling trichomes and a gem to the eye! Tom Ford nugs keep a forest green color tone, and glances of pink and purple can be seen throughout.

THC Content

HIGHEST TEST

26%

STRAIN AVERAGE

25%

INDICA AVERAGE

12%

WIKILEAF AVERAGE

18%

WIKILEAF HIGHEST

35%

Effects

Tom Ford is only recommended for those who have experience with hard-hitting indica strains as Tom Ford will easily put inexperienced smokers in an unassuming couchlock acting as the perfect strain for nighttime enjoyment. As a result of the clear-headed yet knock-out body experience, Tom Ford has been used to treat symptoms of anxiety, insomnia, and chronic pain.

Growing

Tom Ford has a cultivation time between 10 - 12 weeks reaching heights of up to 60 inches. It grows like an indica and is quite and easy strain to start with if you are new to green thumbing. Inside, it will produce around 400 grams per square meter.


Reviews

January 19, 2023

Franklin Nathan Stine

I must say that this concentrate works 100 percent of the time, everytime. sometimes, it seems like its 110 or even 125 percent but that mostly comes at night. mostly. living in BC does have its benefits, especially the benefit of not being Albertan. my compliments to the chef. 6 stars out of 5.