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Timewreck
70%
Sativa
Morning
Recommended Time of Use
Morning

Overview

A strain created by the breeder Dioxide at TGA Subcool Seeds, Timewreck is a cross between two of their strains, a female Blood Wreck and the male Vortex. Often breeders will stick to proven males, as it can be so hard to find a good one but they wanted to see what would happen by crossing one of their favorite strains with one of their other loved strains in 2011. The result is a strain strong enough that many users simply find it overpowering. Timewreck's earthy spice and sour taste delivers an intense, exhilarating and psychoactive high with a few hits that may bring on nervous paranoia. Other users report that continuing to use it they feel relaxed and tingly. The few that press on, they often find themselves waking up eight hours later.

Capable of growing indoors and outside, Timewreck is recommended to growers of a little experience, being resistant to molds and bugs. TGA Subcool recommends that Timewreck plants be topped and split into at least four growing tops. It flowers for about 50 to 60 days, to produce an average sized yield. This strain can grow tall, with a medium stretch during the vegetative period. Timewreck is 70 percent Sativa and carries a THC count as high as 24 percent.

THC Content - 24.0% Highest Test

Average Sativa
 
13.5%
Timewreck Highest Test
 
24.0%
Timewreck Average
 
19.0%

Common Usage - Pain

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Countries of Origin
  • United States
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