Train Wreck is a medically highly valuable predominantly Sativa strain with a multitude of benefits - she serves as a highly potent and effective remedy for patients suffering from insomnia, pain, depression, anxiety, cramps, lack of appetite, nausea, muscle aches and tension. Train Wreck is the perfect candidate for the ScrOG method because of her vine-like growth. The branches are a bit on the spindly side, so supporting the plant is an absolute obligation.
Train Wreck was formerly only available as clones, but now you can grow her in your garden, greenhouse or grow-room. Brought up in a grow-room the plants require 9 weeks of flowering to produce their rock-solid, lime-green buds with huge calyxes coated in resin glands and riddled with orange hairs. To get an idea of how big the plants will become, they will approximately double in height and bushiness once the 12/12 lighting pattern is initiated. In an indoor setup it is possible to achieve yields in the range of 600-700g/m?. Outdoors the plants are ready for harvesting in early/mid October and each can deliver up to 800 grams. And Train Wreck is not miserly when it comes to cannabinoids, the buds contain 21% THC, roughly 0.7% CBD and 0.1% CBN.
Train Wreck exudes an intense smell, so you are well advised with a good ventilation system and carbon filters. Properly cured the end product boasts with a aroma musky, earthy, piney aroma with a hint of strawberry or sweet skunk. The taste of the smoked weed is similar to the aroma and stays in your mouth for quite a while. The triggered inebriation is stimulating and creative at first, but turns into an intense and very stoned feeling after a few minutes, the effects are very long-lasting. Highly recommended as a nighttime smoke.
The legendary clone-only strain from Arcata, California.
Stimulant and creative at first, intense and very stoned after a few minutes, very long-lasting.
Medicinally effective in pain therapy.
9 weeks, with a production up to 700 gr/m2. Vine-like growth, ideal for SCRoG.
Ready at the beginning of October (North hemisphere) with a production up to 800 gr/plant.
Branchy plant with vine-like growth, needs full support.