Trainwreck is supposedly the creation of two Californian brothers back in the late 1970's. It is a mix of three strains; Thai (Sativa), Mexican (Sativa) and Afghani (Indica). In its true form, Trainwreck is 90% Sativa. As the story goes, the two brothers had to pull their crop early because there was a nasty train wreck that happened near their grow site and they didn't want it discovered, thus the name.
Califari had to pay homage to this all time old school classic strain as soon as we possibly could. There is no question Trainwreck lends itself to a great artistic opportunity like none other. And who better to take you back to the old west then the bad ass Alt Movie Poster Artist; Tracie Ching. Tracie has the super power to take two tones and make them look three dimensional. Her pure use of lines and micro patterns give her work depth that is truly astonishing - just like the moment she recreates here - when a train is blown off the tracks of a bridge that harkens to an historic scene from an old spaghetti western featuring Lee Van Cleef.
Tracie Ching is an illustrator and graphic designer living and working in Washington, DC. A self-taught digital artist, Tracie specializes in portraiture featuring complex, graphic line work with a limited palette - a tendency-turned-style after years of working in the medium of silkscreen prints. Tracie is known for a wide range of projects including commercial athletic apparel, editorial illustration, and gallery work. But in the recent years Tracie Ching is best known for her alternative movie posters with some of the largest movie studios on Earth,
Trainwreck is a Sativa-dominant hybrid strain with a sweet lemon and spicy pine taste, some say reminiscent of pepper. Like many Sativa hybrids, this is an ideal daytime smoke. Trainwreck provides a very intense cerebral high with effects that are mood enhancing and euphoric. The effects are clearheaded and focused with a euphoric high. It still does display most of its Indica effects as well - covering the body in a nice, warm, pain-numbing buzz. Even with its Indica effects in tact, Trainwreck still provides a mostly-Sativa high with ADHD, PTSD and stress most often listed as its top medical uses. It is also used by some to alleviate chronic joint aches and muscle stiffness.
Trainwreck can grow well both indoors and outdoors but at this point in cannabis history is semi rare to find despite being world famous - so you just really never know when you might run into some Trainwreck - but when you do - we recommend it... Unless of course your driving a train or even just jumping on one of those rental scooters from hell - be careful out there people - get a designated driver darn it!! And don't text and drive either - darn it for the second time.
But please do get yourself one of these super dope posters as soon as ya can!