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Trainwreck Strain

Review Last Updated: June 18, 2020
Roy Stevens
Product Review by Roy Stevens
Product Features
  • THC Levels up to 21%

Introduction

Today we'll be reviewing the Trainwreck Strain.

Our reviews are based on in-depth research and product analysis. Let's dive in!

Pros

  • Euphoric High
  • Fairly Easy to Grow
  • Great for Indoor & Outdoor Cultivation

Cons

  • None

Trainwreck Strain Product Review

Trainwreck is a Sativa-dominant hybrid with substantial Indica properties. It was named by Californian breeders in the 1970s who moved their crop to avoid detection when a nearby trainwreck attracted the attention of the authorities. Train Wreck strain is a descendent of Thai and Mexican Sativas and Afghan Indica.

Clear-minded highs are typical of Trainwreck’s effects on the user. Inexperienced consumers may find the high leaves them feeling idle and unwilling to move. These properties make Train Wreck the sort of strain one ought to avoid on busy weekdays.

Trainwreck’s strong sedative effects are beneficial to those enduring ghastly conditions such as insomnia or chronic stress. The strain receives much acclaim from members of the medicinal marijuana community for these sleep-inducing properties.

As strains go, Train Wreck is resilient and adaptable, making it suitable for indoor and outdoor environments. Like many marijuana varieties, Train Wreck can grow tall, and its wide leaves will need regular trimming and maintenance.

Train Wreck grows well both inside and outside, but it tends to be a little easier to grow in an indoor setting. Outdoor growth requires greater care and attention; however, yields for outdoor growth tend to be higher at around 25 ounces per plant.

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