DNA Genetics Cole Train Feminized Cannabis seeds
Jasmine x Train Wreck (T4)
70% Indica : 30% Sativa
Flowering Time: 8 Weeks
The Cole Train is a Humboldt, CA local strain. Jasmine, a mid 90’s Silver Haze Hybrid, was crossed with the Train Wreck (T4) male. The result is a large yielding, early finishing strain developed in Coastal California that strives in marginal conditions. She is resistant to mold and a nutrient hog. The old world Columbian flavor makes the ‘erb a treat to smoke! Strain of the Year 2008 Hightimes 2nd Outdoor Highlife 2008 3rd Outdoor Spannabis 2008
Cole Train Strain Information
Drawing from the strength of its famous father, Trainwreck, Cole Train has a very blissful cerebral high with a deep body buzz that numbs pain and induces appetite. This Indica-dominant hybrid inherits its style of growth from its mother Jasmine, a Silver Haze hybrid created in the mid-1990s.
Coming on hard and fast, this strain’s effects can last over three hours. Winning a spot on the High Times Strain of the Year list in 2008, Cole Train has a flavor similar to the old world Columbian Sativas.
Created in Humboldt County, California, Cole Train is the design of DNA Genetics and may be used to treat a wide variety of ailments. The powerful physical effects may help soothe muscle spasms, reduce inflammation, and calm nausea. Anxiety and depression melt away, replaced by the tranquil meditative state induced by the strain. Cole Train may also help treat the symptoms of AIDS, Parkinson’s disease, glaucoma, and migraines. The strain should be used after all the chores are done so patients can get proper rest.
A survivor, Cole Train is resistant to many types of molds and fungi, but it likes to be spoiled when it comes to nutrients. This strain prefers warmer climates when grown outdoors or in a greenhouse where it finishes flowering near the end of September. Inside, this strain can finish flowering as early as eight weeks but may need as many as eleven to be ready for harvest. Cole Train can require some skill to be grown properly and should be pruned often.