Before I go any further, it’s time to clear something up. Trainwreck did not get its name from people who grew near train tracks and there was a wreck. Nobody freaked out and went to pull the plants early. The tracks weren’t even used during the 70’s. Trainwreck (90% Sativa) got it’s name because that’s what your grow room will look like. Very lanky plants that have unbelievable yield. It’s origins are Thai, Mexican Sativa and Afghani. I think it’s one of the most medically important strains I have come across. Boasting over 20% THC content, wonderful antidepressant properties, and has also been highly recommended for migraines.
The BreakdownReviewed By: Sodium from WA (Read More Of My Reviews)
Added On: 12/15/2010
Bought At: SMMA
Camera Used: Canon Powershot SX100 IS
Suggested Donation: $12/gram
Fairly dense buds, will spring back when squished between fingers. Lanky buds with lots of different shades of green. The orange hairs almost look white because of all the trichomes. Smell:
It's a mild, yet very complex smell. You get the lightness of grass, with hints of citrus fruit, mostly lemon. There's also a bit of a sourness when you really get your nose in there, it's a cross between diesel and cheese.
The taste is pretty much identical to the smell. Not a thick smoke, but you'll know it's in your lungs. Very fresh and clean tasting. There's also a bit of sage taste to the smoke. When exhaling there's a hint of skunk, and the skunk smell lingers.
The buzz starts to kick in quick, VERY mental, VERY uplifting. Crazy energy and happiness for the first 20 minutes or so. After that the giddiness winds down, but it's not a crash. The buzz continues with strong mental alertness, able to concentrate on tasks. It was about 2 1/2 hours before I felt the need to smoke again.