Trainwreck

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Trainwreck

Trainwreck, sometimes Train Wreck or TrainWreck,[1][2] is a strain of cannabis.

Description and Effects

Trainwreck

Trainwreck is a "mind-bending" sativa-dominant hybrid with strong sativa effects that "hit like a freight train".[3] Mexican and Thai sativas were bred with Afghani indicas to produce this Northern California "staple", resulting in a "sweet lemon and spicy pine aroma".[3] Its scent has also been described as "ground pepper with a dash of sweetness".[2] It appears sprinkled with crystals, with many orange-colored hairs.[4] Despite being sativa-dominant, Trainwreck appears and has a grow pattern more in line with indica strains.[2] Flowers complete in early October outdoors; indoor plants are ready for harvest eight weeks into flowering.[3]

The strain's effects have been described as beginning with a "speedy hurtle through the mind with a surge of euphoria, awakening creativity and happiness",[3] and a "significant rush of adrenaline to the mind coupled with a nice body buzz".[2] According to Medical Jane, Trainwreck "provides an intense head-high as well as a heavy couch-lock with just a few hits."[2] It is recommended for arthritis, headaches/migraines, muscle stiffness, or pain due to its high THC content, or to relieve [Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder|ADD/ADHD]], anxiety, posttraumatic stress disorder, or stress.[2][3]

Reception

In 2013, High Times included Trainwreck on its list of the top "15 Super-Potent Pot Strains with Awesome Names."[5] The magazine's Mary Jane Gibson wrote: "Like a high-speed freight train that hits you when you were looking the other way, Trainwreck can be a major blast of potency… but in this case, 'All aboard!' Try riding this train to the end of the line for an unexpected adventure."[5] Medical Jane called the strain a "patient favorite... memorable and delicious".[2]

Video

"The Clinic: Trainwreck" by Weedmaps TV (August 13, 2010) at YouTube:

Descendents

Afwreck is a cross between Afghani and Trainwreck.

Additional Resources

References

  1. Trainwreck, Marijuana.com. Retrieved August 28, 2014.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 TrainWreck Strain: Full-Bodied Medication by Matthew Price (August 21, 2013), Medical Jane. Retrieved August 28, 2014.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 Trainwreck Cannabis Strain Details, Leafly. Retrieved August 28, 2014.
  4. Trainwreck, MedicalMarijuanaStrains.com. Retrieved August 28, 2014.
  5. 5.0 5.1 15 Super-Potent Pot Strains with Awesome Names by Mary Jane Gibson (September 25, 2013), High Times. Retrieved August 28, 2014.