Another genius strain from California-based breeders MTG Seeds, the sativa dominant strain Ultimate Trainwreck is an exhilarating ride at an amusement park. It was made by combining individually promising strains, Mendo Mind Warp and Turbo Diesel. It contains 80% sativa genes and 20% indica properties. It produces a plant with sage green leaves with vivid orange and pink pistils. It is also covered with beautiful white trichomes.
Flavor and Effects of Ultimate Trainwreck
The Ultimate Trainwreck tastes of skunky earth with a punch of citrus. Not long after subsequent takes, smokers may encounter some odd facial pressures which start around the eyes and temples. This is immediately followed up by a euphoric high kicking negative thoughts rapidly than expected. Positive thoughts start to flow, helping the user start conversations and creative activities. The engaged, uplifted outlook induces efficiency, aiding the user in accomplishing a long list of tasks for the day.
Medical Benefits of Ultimate Trainwreck
A few puffs can remove any physical or mental discomfort. The Ultimate Trainwreck can definitely wreck negative thoughts and feelings, making it a recommended strain for people suffering from anxiety, PTSD, depression, and bipolar disorder. In case you’re tired from work, take a dab, search for a sofa, and it will be the most comfortable sofa you have sat on. The patient will feel energized and happy throughout the day. As the high goes down, it takes any exhaustion and pain with it.
Negative Effects of Ultimate Trainwreck
If excessive dosages are taken, the Ultimate Trainwreck can induce nausea, dizziness, anxiety, dry mouth, dry eyes, and even hallucinations.
Growing Ultimate Trainwreck
Ultimate Trainwreck loves soils rich in calcium, magnesium, and nitrogen. During the flowering stage, you may top the soil with organic fertilizers. You may use compost tea. As it grows to have a branchy structure, regular pruning will be required, especially if you have limited growing space. Though it is resistant to molds, still makes it a habit to check the leaves and soil pH.