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High quality marijuana which is then tossed with keif. The result being marijuana which is very sticky when touched as well as having a great abundance of crystals. Commonly after the process of coating it with keif is completed it then is sprayed with RC cola that has been allowed to sit until flat. This causes the crystals to dissolve into the marijuana buds as well as adding a slight flavoring. This process although helpful (as fewer crystals will be lost when you touch it) is not necessary to produce Chronic.

a common misconception is that Chronic is marijuana with cocaine sprinkled on it. Cocaine trading on the streets for 100 dollars a gram for 30% pure cocaine is unlikely to be used on marijuana. When Marijuana and cocaine are induced at the same time the feeling brought about by the marijuana is over powered by that of the cocaine. Further cocaine can not be properly ingested by many of the ways that marijuana is (I.E. a water bong ). for these reasons although possible it makes the thought of ingesting cocaine through marijuana a silly one and at the very least an over priced way of ingesting it.
Roll up that chronic and lets breeze homie.
by Luke November 08, 2005
Subject to a habit or pattern of behavior for a long time: a chronic liar.

origin-French chronique, from Latin chronicus, from Greek khronikos, of time, from khronos, time.
andrew chronically dives in kaylas muff
by phil November 28, 2003
Referring to the sensation: -cles of Narnia.
We love the Chronic, what; -cles of Narnia.
by Tarrasque December 22, 2005
the best weed EVER
Pothead 1 - i love that chronic man.

Pothead 2 - hells yeah it keeps me alive.
by imalittleteapot February 28, 2004
Another word for 'good' weed
yo light up that chronic
by Raz1569 December 02, 2003
the best weed ever
"I had to back up off of it and sit my ass down...tanqueray and chronic yeah I'm fucked up now" - snoop
by pisky March 28, 2003
1. Of long duration; continuing.

2. Lasting for a long period of time or marked by frequent recurrence, as certain diseases.

3. Subject to a habit or pattern of behavior for a long time.
1. chronic money problems

2. chronic colitis

3. a chronic liar
by MEDMike December 23, 2005