Trainwreck - Sativa - HHC - Cartridge
Trainwreck, a Sativa-dominant hybrid, holds a prestigious place among cannabis enthusiasts for its legendary status and unique blend of Thai, Mexican, and Afghani landraces. Renowned for its spicy taste reminiscent of pepper, Trainwreck delivers an intense cerebral high, characterized by mood-enhancing and euphoric effects common to many Sativa hybrids. Its origins date back to the late 1970s, credited to two Californian brothers who, faced with unforeseen circumstances, crafted this strain by combining Thai (sativa), Mexican (sativa), and Afghani (indica) varieties. With a genetic composition of ninety percent Sativa and ten percent Indica, Trainwreck offers a potent and invigorating experience. The strain's name is steeped in lore, originating from a tale of a hurried harvest prompted by a nearby train wreck, adding a touch of intrigue to its history. Loved for its powerful effects, Trainwreck remains a go-to choice for those seeking creativity, mood elevation, and a burst of energy.
Hydroxyhomomethylcannabinol (HHC) is a cannabinoid with a structure akin to THC, found in certain cannabis and hemp strains. It interacts with CB1 and CB2 receptors in the brain and nervous system, influencing various body functions and inducing relaxation and mood alterations. HHC's psychoactive effects are comparable to THC.
Terpinolene (Herbal, floral terpene that is also found in apples, lilacs, and nutmeg)
Myrcene (herbal), Pinene (pine)
Euphoric, Energetic, Creative
Pine, Spicy/Herbal, Lemon
Inhalation - Inhaling cannabis, whether through smoking or vaporization, is favored for its rapid onset of effects. When smoked, cannabinoids are swiftly absorbed through the lungs, providing a quick and intense experience within minutes. Vaporization, an alternative method, releases cannabinoids without combustion, offering a smoother inhalation experience. Both methods provide a direct route to the bloodstream, making inhalation distinct for its speed in delivering the psychoactive effects of cannabis. The choice between smoking and vaporization often depends on individual preferences, with each method contributing to the diverse spectrum of cannabis experiences.