Great Strain for evening use! Around 20.3%THC and 3.6%CBD.
Hybrid - 50% Sativa /50% Indica
THC: 16% - 22%The origin of Lavender Trainwreck can be attributed to the combination of Lavender Kush and of Train Wreck. The THC content of the strain is approximately 22%, whereas the CBD content of the strain is as low as 0.41%. In addition to that, the CBN content of the Lavender Trainwreck Strain is 0.52% to be exact. The medicinal value of Lavender Train Wreck is quite high. It is known to be very effective in the treatment of patients who tend to suffer from eating disorders such as anorexia or from continuous nauseous feelings as it increases the appetite of the person making them crave some nutritious food. The use of this particular strain also reduces tremors that a person may occasionally experience in different parts of their body. The strain is anti-inflammatory in nature and anti-biotic as well. It also helps you deal with things such as depression, anxiety, delusions, insomnia and sometimes even chronic pain in any part of your body. In appearance the Lavender Train Wreck seems to be light green with little orange hairs on the surface of the leaves. It has a scent, which resembles that of pine and is very pungent in nature.
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I picked up 3.5g of this, grown by Harmony Farms, harvested 3/9/2016!!, and consumed it on 2/10/2017. The total (active) THC listed on the jar is 18.5%, but I have no idea how much of that has dissipated in the almost full year since harvest. There are no details on the jar about the growing style/location or any pesticides used. The buds are light and airy, generously covered in resin, but extremely dry. The aroma is dead flowers soaked in skunk, and the flavor is like what you would get if you cleaned up a diesel spill with lavender flowers and then smoked them with some chilis. But despite all of that, it's not completely unpleasant. As for the high, well, it has Trainwreck right there in the name. Even after a year of sitting around, this still hit like a train, she's just a little sneakier from the Lavender Kush side of her genetics.