MTF Strain — A Marvelous Mashup of Magnificent Landrace Strains

If you’re judging based on its name alone, MTF (also known as Matanuska Thunder Fuck, Alaskan Thunder Fuck, and Humble Warrior) might sound like it’ll really screw up your headspace. Fortunately, though, most tokers can enjoy this genetically mysterious, evenly balanced hybrid since its simultaneously stimulating and soothing effects are far from overwhelming.

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MTF Strain
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The MTF strain offers up a delicious flavor combo of sweet, chocolatey, herbal, and nutty notes. With each toke, you’ll taste:

Sweet chocolate
9
Nutty vanilla
9
Tea and herbs
9

      AVO Ratings

      THC

      THC LEVELS

      17%

      CBD

      CBD LEVELS

      1%

      MTF Strain Information

      The MTF strain is 50% sativa and 50% indica, with an average THC content of about 17%. This strain is also heavy in myrcene (the terpene that tastes earthy, musky, fruity, and slightly sweet) and contains nearly 1% CBD, 1% CBG, and nearly 0.5% CBN.

      After a few tokes, you’ll notice MTF’s sativa side kick in first, with euphoric, slightly spacey, creative, and giggle-inducing effects. As your high wears on, MTF’s pain-relieving indica effects will gradually creep up on you. Before you know it, you’ll find yourself feeling remarkably relaxed, mega munchy, and you will probably end up seeking out a soft surface where you can kick back, snack, and chill.

      MTF Strain Effects

      Feelings
      Euphoric
      Euphoric 87%
      Relaxed
      Relaxed 89%
      Creative
      Creative 83%
      Happy
      Happy 84%
      Helps With
      Stress
      Stress 78%
      Depression
      Depression 80%
      Pain
      Pain 83%
      Lack of appetite
      Lack of appetite 86%
      Negative
      Dry eyes
      Dry eyes 41%
      Dry mouth
      Dry mouth 42%
      Dizziness
      Dizziness 43%
      Paranoia
      Paranoia 44%

      MTF Strain Pairings

      Pairs With Music
      Franc Moody — “Move Me”
      Franc Moody — “Move Me” 86%
      Nightmares on Wax — “So Here We Are”
      Nightmares on Wax — “So Here We Are” 89%
      Jadu Heart — “I’m a Kid”
      Jadu Heart — “I’m a Kid” 85%

      Franc Moody — “Move Me”: If you need to keep your energy level up after enjoying some MTF, play this groovy, upbeat track and let it get you moving.

      Nightmares on Wax — “So Here We Are”: This soothing, jazzy lo-fi track makes a great musical backdrop for the more relaxing, chill-inducing part of your MTF high.

      Jadu Heart — “I’m a Kid”: A few tokes of MTF paired with this alternative dream-pop jam will have you feeling just like a kid again.

      Pairs With Food
      Baked Alaska
      Baked Alaska 81%
      Scalloped potatoes
      Scalloped potatoes 88%
      Nutty chocolate chip cookies
      Nutty chocolate chip cookies 89%

      Baked Alaska: It didn’t originate in Alaska like MTF, but it’s decidedly delicious and magnificent for quelling any sweet munchies cravings you might have.

      Scalloped potatoes: Balance out the sweet notes in your smoke with this mouthwatering comfort food dish that tastes incredible when the munchies come calling.

      Nutty chocolate chip cookies: If your palate loves the sweet chocolate and vanilla notes in your smoke, pair a toke with these nutty cookies and blow your tastebuds away.

      Pairs With Spirits
      Alaska
      Alaska 79%
      Matanuska Moose
      Matanuska Moose 92%
      Brandy or Cognac
      Brandy or Cognac 85%

      Alaska: Balance out your smoke’s sweet notes with this crisp, gin– and yellow-chartreuse-based cocktail that pairs nicely with MTF’s herbal undertones.

      Matanuska Moose: It’s basically an Alaskan version of the vodka-based Moscow Mule, which makes it a perfect pairing for this sweet, Alaskan strain.

      Brandy or Cognac: Both are soothing, fruity, and slightly sweet and pair super well with MTF’s nutty, chocolate flavors and chill-inducing effects.

      Where The MTF Strain Is Grown

      MTF hails from the Matanuska-Susitna Valley in Alaska, but no one knows what the genetic lineage of the strain is. Fun fact: While MTF and ATF are often thought of as the same strain, many folks say that’s not true. Both strains are said to hail from Alaska, but tokers report that MTF has a much more calming effect than its ATF relative.

      MTF Strain Summary

      MTF might become your new BFF if you’re looking for an afternoon- or early-evening-appropriate, balanced strain that’ll leave you feeling mentally stimulated, physically soothed, and downright spectacular. If you love this strain’s effects but want to test out something new, try Jack Frost, Cherry Bomb, or Jack Herer, all of which have similar effects. For something a bit more energizing, try Trainwreck, and when you need something considerably more calming, Blackberry Trainwreck might fit the bill.

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