A phrase that can be used in sheer delight and utter disgust, WTF is something that we’ve all likely said a few times in our lives, if not in the past few hours. Breeders at White Tygh Farms had that same reaction after crossing Cannatonic, Sour Tsunami, and Harlequin, and thus this strain was named.
Surprisingly enough, WTF brings nearly equal amounts of THC and CBD to the party, with a 10% to 18% range that’s ideal for all users. Nugs may not be super visually appealing, as they are very small and hard with minimal pistils and some trichomes, but we promise that if you give her a chance you’ll be happy. Strong notes of blueberry, pine, spices, and earthy skunk will envelop you as you smoke, making for a great combination of sweet and savory elements.
Although WTF is an indica-dominant strain, users are often surprised at just how balanced her effects can be. Initially, you’ll sense an increase in energy that lends itself to creative endeavors with ease. Your mood will be euphoric and light without becoming overwhelming, and in some cases, you can focus on your to-do list as long as the tasks aren’t too taxing. Ultimately, you’ll be ready for a nap after a bit of time, as WTF is a slightly sedative bud.
Any strain with double-digit levels of CBD is obviously incredible for medical issues, and WTF is no different. Bodily pain nearly vanishes after a few tokes, and if you suffer from inflammation, you’ll find relief like you’ve never had before. Mental concerns can also be addressed with WTF, given that your cerebral state is brought to a completely happy place. Stress, depression, and anxiety have no room to live in your mind, as this strain offers you room to breathe.
White Tygh Farms is a bit of a private breeder compared to others in Oregon, so they aren’t exactly handing out seeds left and right. Individuals who are interested in growing their own may want to consult with an experienced cultivator if they find themselves in the position to grow WTF at home, as little to no information is available on how to help her thrive.
If you live outside of the Pacific Northwest, there’s a chance that you won’t come across this strain except for in your dreams, however WTF can be found with a bit of persistence in Oregon and Washington. Ideal for a night at home when you need to get away from it all, her pungent aromas and tasty flavors will no doubt place her in your top favorites list. Enjoy some early enough in the night to get a few things done around the house, then kick your feet up and let go of the worries of the day.