Timewreck Strain Review – Bonza Blog
A strain that nearly defies the laws of physics, Timewreck is an outrageously powerful strain that delivers a dynamic, stimulating and productive high. With up to 27% THC, it will surely warp the mind and put users in a trippier plane of existence.
Bred by Dioxide for TGA Subcool Seeds back in 2011, the crossing of Vortex and Blood Wreck created a rip in time, one that loops in a whirling mass of euphoria from Vortex with Blood Wreck’s racy, long-lasting cerebral effects.
Such a collision created the perfect wake-and-bake strain that delivers solid bursts of energy. Depending on the dose, it can either help users jump on their feet and seize opportunities of the day, or find themselves lost in quantum space. This goes without beginners may likely lean towards the latter.
|Timewreck Strain Quick Facts|
|Genetic Lineage||Vortex x Blood Wreck|
|Sativa / Indica Ratio||30/70|
|THC %||19% to 27%|
|CBD %||Up to 0.1%|
|Flowering Period||8 to 9 weeks / Middle to end of October|
|Average Yield||500 g/sqm / 600 g/plant|
Odor and Flavors
Rolling sunshine in one joint, this strain is the sensorial equivalent of chugging an ice-cold glass of lemonade. It greets the senses with the initial bitterness found in most fruity fragrances, but it quickly settles into bright, warm and earthy notes.
A single whiff reminds users of a breezy, citrus grove somewhere on the West Coast. Upon inhaling, a gust of fresh, pulpy lime evolves into a deliciously smoky smolder, with a slight salty musk at the end. Fittingly enough, this strain feels as invigorating as it smells.
A transcendent weed that will get users through a task-filled afternoon, this strain will wreck up the clock and leaves users in a cycle of positivity and productivity. Now in a buzzier and kaleidoscopic mood, the dullness of day-to-day routines will seem brighter with each whiff.
Furthermore, a lot of users wake up dreading the day ahead – or worse, they feel like they haven’t slept at all. As this strain brews up a wakeful and energizing high better than a double shot of espresso, this can effectively help users feel restored and ultimately turn Monday blues to the sunniest hue possible.
Additionally, this helps the mind zoom in on tasks without the usual distractions. With a mind that doesn’t wander too far, completing work-related duties will be a breeze. Of course, users should keep in mind its mind-bending potency. If smoked with just a notch higher than usual and the mind will find itself stuck in a twist of daydreams.
For a strain with such jaw-dropping potency, its negative reactions aren’t as devastative as it sounds. Since the high comes down with a heavy head rush, users with low tolerance to such effects may be susceptible to dizziness, headaches and a mild case of paranoia.
As such, it is advised to smoke this with caution. More minor effects come into play as well, such as cottonmouth and dry, itchy eyes. This is easy enough to ignore or resolve in the form of a tall glass of water.
Medical Use and Benefits
Warping the senses of users, Timewreck truly acts as a ray of sunshine to patients as it sucks away patient’s long list of ailments. With almost no ceiling in its cerebral high, no amount of stress can bust users’ mood, especially when a tide of happy vibrations come rushing in.
Easing away anxieties and even depression, this strain will help users feel that time truly is gold, and each moment should be spent with uplifted spirits. Perhaps even pessimists would briefly see the world in optimists’ eyes. Additionally, its energizing and motivating effects may also be used against chronic fatigue.
Not only does it alleviate psychological conditions though, but its THC content of up to an impressive 27% also lends a helping hand in soothing chronic pains such as aches, inflammations, migraines and joint pains.
A relatively easy strain to grow, this plant boasts of being resistant to common molds and mildews as well as have uncomplicated set of needs.
Growing at a height of 200 cm with a rewarding yield to boot, growers can achieve such results if taken to sunny and warm climate outdoors.
As with the case of big plants, expect huge stretches and the need for more water and nutrients than usual. Moreover, it flourishes when using nutrient-rich soils with gaps filled by calcium, magnesium and nitrogen when feeding.
Outdoor growing should be ready around the middle to end of October with an impressive yield of 600 grams per plant.
On that note, indoor cultivation should produce around 500 grams per square meter with a flowering time of 8 to 9 weeks. Not a bad time considering the bountiful harvest after the wait.
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