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Unmistakably pungent and super piney smelling, the now famous Trainwreck weed originated in Humboldt, California, though some say it was Arcata, California.
There is also some debate as to whether it was born on a hill or small hill, and, if that was in the 60’s or the 80’s.
With that Pine-Sol® aroma and thick smoke, Trainwreck is a very potent strain with large resin production and 20% THC content. This strain yields pretty, large and very green leaves, with hard compact buds.
- Type: 90% Sativa dominant
- THC: 20% CBD: very low%
- Grows: Indoors/Outdoors
- Height: 60 inches
- Growing Difficulty: easy
- Flowering Period: 8 to 9 weeks
- Harvest: Mid-October outdoors
- Yield: 70 grams/per plant
- Looks: light green, orange hairs and quite heavy resin;
- Smells: pungent lemony, pepper notes.
- Taste: smooth and piney; like Christmas morning
- Effects: Clear-headed, focused, euphoric buzz. Ideal for daytime and high function activities
- Potency: mid-range, no couch lock
Medical conditions this strain can be used to treat:
- Muscle tension
- Muscle aches
- Cramps associated with PMS, RLS, DDD,
- Some pain caused by nerve damage
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Just so you might be more informed about what Humbold is, as in what you say here…”originated in Humboldt, California, though some say it was Arcata, California”
Very simple. Humboldt is the county where Eureka and Arcata both towns, who are pretty much joined cities resides. But yes, rumor has it, Train Wreck came from Arcata…home of Humboldt State “College of the Redwoods”
Trainwreck Rocks!! Very easy and forgiving. I had zero problems with mold when everyone around me was having massive mold problems. Uplifting like a Sativa should be; so I don’t get stuck in front of TV. I get up and do stuff.
Problems are when you are ok with some mold, when you check it at night and next morning you are ripping out the entire plant and burying it so it won’t spread!!
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Runamuk1 aka Tom Craig