Trainwreck | CBD

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Sativa-dominant Trainwreck originated in Northern California’s Humboldt County in the famed Emerald Triangle. According to local rumor, breeders christened Trainwreck on the same day a high-profile railroad crash occurred in the area. The hybrid blends genetics from three pure landrace strains: Mexican, Thai, and Afghani. The combination endows Trainwreck with markedly cerebral effects along with an utterly unique taste and aroma.

Trainwreck gets its legendary earthy, woody flavor from high myrcene and terpinolene contents. Elevated levels of limonene and pinene terps give Trainwreck a refreshing lemon and pine fragrance with just a touch of diesel. Lower vape settings reveal a slight sourness with subtle menthol hints.

While the original Trainwreck is famous for its mind-bending effects, our CBD version promotes a peaceful sense of calm while sparking the imagination.

FlowerChemicalEarthyEnergeticEuphoricGigglySativaTrainwreckWoody
CBD/A
9%

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

  • Woody

  • Earthy

  • Chemical

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