Trinity

Sativa Dominant Hybrid 75% Sativa / 25% Indica

THC: 17% - 20%

Trinity is a sativa-dominant hybrid (sativa/indica ratio of 75:25) that has a devoted following despite its rarity. This strain's family history remains something of a mystery, though it apparently resulted from the crossing of several sativa strains out of Northern California. With THC levels that can reach 20%, Trinity delivers a potent head high that can clear away the blues and spur creativity. The euphoric effects are deeply relaxing and upbeat. CBD levels, meanwhile, are uncertain but probably quite low. In other words, Trinity is not a leading choice for conditions that respond to CBD. This strain is especially useful in treating depression, anxiety, and stress, as well as chronic pain and migraines. The limited indica genes also make this a strong option for treating insomnia. Dry mouth is a common adverse effect, as are red eyes, while anxiety and paranoia are also reported. The flavor and aroma are predominantly skunky, with sweet, pungent undertones. Trinity is most often found in Colorado and the Pacific Northwest, but even there it's scarce. Its sativa genetics and relative potency make it a highly sought-after strain, even in places where it's hard to find.

Sativa Dominant Hybrid 75% Sativa / 25% Indica

THC: 17% - 20%

Trinity is a sativa-dominant hybrid (sativa/indica ratio of 75:25) that has a devoted following despite its rarity. This strain's family history remains something of a mystery, though it apparently resulted from the crossing of several sativa strains out of Northern California. With THC levels that can reach 20%, Trinity delivers a potent head high that can clear away the blues and spur creativity. The euphoric effects are deeply relaxing and upbeat. CBD levels, meanwhile, are uncertain but probably quite low. In other words, Trinity is not a leading choice for conditions that respond to CBD. This strain is especially useful in treating depression, anxiety, and stress, as well as chronic pain and migraines. The limited indica genes also make this a strong option for treating insomnia. Dry mouth is a common adverse effect, as are red eyes, while anxiety and paranoia are also reported. The flavor and aroma are predominantly skunky, with sweet, pungent undertones. Trinity is most often found in Colorado and the Pacific Northwest, but even there it's scarce. Its sativa genetics and relative potency make it a highly sought-after strain, even in places where it's hard to find.
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This is an incredible SDH! Its description is spot on! Grade A++!


Im definitely glad i grabd some up! Its grade A++! Id recommend getn it if ur lucky enuf to locate some!


YES! WOW. One of the best I've ever had. Sometimes, The Best one you want!


Awesome stuff.


got my hands on this a few times way back in the early 2000s. Top notch!


A very easy and fun plant to indoor grow. Its hardy and bigger than average bud takes a good 9 weeks with LED. Well worth the time to grow. Good Resistants to downy mildew and buds get large and good air to keep it from proliferating. Excellent yield. minimal leaf makes it easy to manicure.


citrus w/pine, nice n mellow

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