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Sativa - 75% Leaning
Lineage: Purple Kush
Recommended time of use: Evening
Origin: United States
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About Trinity

Trinity is a rare, and highly coveted Sativa dominant hybrid strain of cannabis. The taste of the smoke is sweetly berry with a hint of pine - no doubt a delicious combination. The aroma is equally pleasant, pungent and crisp, although some would say it is too powerful. The lingering skunky odor may prove a burden to some especially when trying to keep the smell concealed.

The lineage of Trinity is rather mysterious, although the most prevalent info seems to suggest it is a cross breed of a handful of Northern Californian cannabis strains. Purple Kush is rumored to have been used in the cross, but not much information exists on the strain, giving Trinity a mysterious aura and cult status. The origin point of the strain was in Wichita, Kansas by one Jeremy P. who apparently brought the Trinity to Montana as well as supplying friends with the strain in Oregon as well.

The effects of Trinity are said to be uplifting and potent, the strain offering a powerful punch. Users can expect to feel their inspiration soar and creative juices to begin flowing, as the enjoyable euphoria relaxes their body and uplifts their mind. These effects make Trinity an excellent strain to help those suffering from depression or anxiety, and is great in relieving stress. The deep relaxation Trinity offers on the come down from the initial stoney punch is a great night time smoke for those suffering from insomnia. Trinity can also prove effective in diminishing symptoms of Gastrointestinal disorder. Many also use the strain to treat the symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Trinity can also offer pain relief for those suffering from arthritis. 

Trinity has a flowering time of 40 to 48 days indoors. It is a strain that offers a bountiful yield, so coupled with the fast grow time it really is a treat for growers, especially considering the strong, long lasting effects of the smoke. Trinity grows short and stout, growing well in small spaces. It has quite an interesting color palette, with hues of green, orange, purple and white giving Trinity an other wordly and enticing look.

THC Content - 20.0% Highest Test

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Lari Bollinger
July 02, 2018
Trinity is an Eugene Oregon strain that is closely guarded by myself and only 2 others I am aware of. Cuttings are nearly impossible to get and if you want seed forget about it. Talk to me next year! Trained by Ananda who grew with Soma.
September 15, 2017
What you are describing is not Trinity, it is BlueTrin.. The straight trinity does not taste of sweet berry at all. The blue trin was slightly less potent then the original but just as tightly held and sought after. I agree J.P is not the origin of this strain. It was tightly held in Eugene since the early 90's.. the real cut is almost impossible to get, but a few are still holding it tightly!!
Tim nagle
June 30, 2017
Morgan is right I lived in Eugene in the early 90's and he is 100% correct!!!!
June 29, 2017
Very unique plant and very hard to find in Mississippi, but the taste is excellent! The description is right on the money.
Morgan Glenn
January 18, 2017
Jeremy P is a liar. This strain is grim Eugene OR. My partner popped a single seed from a bag of CA outdoor in 1993. We have it to Kansas kids in 1995. We named the strain TC or trinity because the 1/4 oz from which we popped the random seed was purchased in the summer of '93 in Trinity County,CA.
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