Trainwreck (3.5 Grams)

$31.00each
Product description

TASTE + SCENT

Earthy & Lemon-Lime

Lemon & Spicy Pine

SENSATION

Euphoric Happiness

Creative Awakening

WHEN TO USE

Anytime

HYBRID

One Eighth Ounce (3.5 GRAMS)

FlowerChemicalCreativeEarthyEnergeticEuphoricGigglyHappyHybridLemonLimePineSpicy/HerbalTrainwreckWoody

More about this strain: Trainwreck

Trainwreck is a cultivar with mysterious origins, most particularly about the meaning behind its name. Legend has it Trainwreck was so named because the original cut grew on a hill the same summer there was a train crash in the Humboldt region. Other sources claim the strain was named for the immediate slam of mental invigoration it had on users, which hit the mind like a runaway train.


According to the Seedsman blog, Trainwreck first emerged sometime in the 1980s from the Emerald Triangle region of Northern California. Trainwreck itself is thought to be a cross of several landrace strains, namely a Mexican Sativa, Thai Sativa, and Afghani Indica.


Lab tests show Trainwreck with high levels of the terpenes terpinolene, myrcene, and limonene, all of which contribute to its reported lemon and pine aroma. Consumers can point to its limonene content and moderate 14%-18% THC content for Trainwreck’s energy-inducing effects.

Trainwreck is a cultivar with mysterious origins, most particularly about the meaning behind its name. Legend has it Trainwreck was so named because the original cut grew on a hill the same summer there was a train crash in the Humboldt region. Other sources claim the strain was named for the immediate slam of mental invigoration it had on users, which hit the mind like a runaway train.


According to the Seedsman blog, Trainwreck first emerged sometime in the 1980s from the Emerald Triangle region of Northern California. Trainwreck itself is thought to be a cross of several landrace strains, namely a Mexican Sativa, Thai Sativa, and Afghani Indica.


Lab tests show Trainwreck with high levels of the terpenes terpinolene, myrcene, and limonene, all of which contribute to its reported lemon and pine aroma. Consumers can point to its limonene content and moderate 14%-18% THC content for Trainwreck’s energy-inducing effects.

Top reported strain effects

  • Euphoric

  • Energetic

  • Giggly

Top reported strain flavors

  • Earthy

  • Woody

  • Chemical

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Reviews

3.2

6 reviews

Waywaycool
10 months ago
4 stars

Not bad at all actually a nice calm hi

Maybe this isn’t as good as train wreck used to be but it’s still good. Especially for the price and the amount no I found this to be a good high and great for the price. I would buy this again actually I will buy this again LOL
Combat_Vet
8 months ago
4 stars

Good

This time I tried a new batch at 22% thc, and it was good. Smelled like pine, just the way it should. It was soft and smoked smoothly.
BleachBoii
8 months ago
3 stars

Not overly impressive yet not bad

While not overly potent this is a pretty decent strain. I love the earthy taste that it has. Cru has made a few strains I would highly recommend as well as some i would not. I would put this towards the middle. Possibly a 6.5 out of 10. With that being said, I would definitely give it a chance at least once.
Combat_Vet
10 months ago
2 stars

Not Trainwreck!!

I should of believed the other review. This flower had no smell to it, maybe a little green smell. It was kinda dry, however it did hit smoothly though. It did not get me high enough as I am a veteran smoke. Not what I was expecting or payed for. High Garden Trainwreck packaged In May 2020 was better! and it has the pine smell that Trainwreck is known for.
dbdamsel
10 months ago
1 star

Hard Pass

This is definitely not the trainwreck of old. Has NO nose to it and a dull buzz. Save your money. This is some imposter weed.
marklopez408
10 months ago
5 stars

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