All About Shipwreck Weed Strain
Shipwreck is a mysterious strain. It is not known who the breeder is, but they crossed Mothership and Trainwreck to produce Sativa cannabis. This marijuana is a favorite among those who have tried it.
Smell and Terpenes
It is also known that this cannabis contains three main terpenes – these are caryophyllene, limonene, and terpinolene. They affect the effects as well as the taste of this kush. The scent combines a whole bud of aromas – a mix of citrus, herbs, pine, woody spices. The smoke has a diesel flavor and is slightly harsh.
TCH Level and Main Effects of Shipwreck Kush
Despite the average THC level of 15% of the content, Shipwreck should not be underestimated. The strain got this name because of its sedative effects. The high continues for hours. At the same time, smokers experience a buzz throughout the body, as well as a strong calmness throughout the body. Most users say they got a good night’s sleep after the Shipwreck, and only a few report feeling a surge of energy and productivity. Despite the low THC level, medicine also uses this strain often, even in the fight against depression. Basically, after consuming this cannabis, smokers almost immediately feel a surge of happiness, which is replaced by carefree sleepiness. Also, Shipwreck can alleviate some diseases: anxiety, bipolar disorder, seizures, insomnia, migraines, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Shipwreck Strain Grow Tips
Growing Shipwreck is fairly easy, although the seeds themselves are often difficult to obtain. Even though it survives indoors, it is still better to grow Shipwreck outdoors. Flowering time takes approximately 9-10. The harvest is usually in October, and the yield is usually average.