Trinity OG from Loompa Farms is a sativa-dominant hybrid (sativa/indica ratio of 75:25) that has a devoted following despite its rarity. This strain’s family history remains something of a mystery, though it apparently resulted from the crossing of several sativa strains out of Northern California. With THC levels that can reach 20%, Trinity delivers a potent head high that can clear away the blues and spur creativity. The euphoric effects are deeply relaxing and upbeat. CBD levels, meanwhile, are uncertain but probably quite low. In other words, Trinity is not a leading choice for conditions that respond to CBD. Dry mouth is a common adverse effect, as are red eyes, while anxiety and paranoia are also reported. The flavor and aroma are predominantly skunky, with sweet, pungent undertones. Trinity is most often found in Colorado and the Pacific Northwest, but even there it’s scarce. Its sativa genetics and relative potency make it a highly sought-after strain, even in places where it’s hard to find.
Hindu Kush is marked by large, clustered green buds that adhere due to their incredibly sticky consistency. Some phenotypes have shades of purple in the leaves, the result of high concentrations of plant pigments called anthocyanins being activated by cold weather during the vegetative stage. The densely-packed flowers are famous for their resin (Hindu Kush may have been one of the first strains used to produce hash) and have a heavy coating of silver-white trichomes. The aroma of this strain is very complex, with a simultaneously sweet and musky scent, redolent of spice, sandalwood, pine, and wet earth. The musky odor intensifies when flowers are combusted and smoked. The resulting smoke is harsh and cough-inducing; when exhaled, smoke tastes vaguely like pine. The overall flavor impression of Hindu Kush is one of incense and herbs.
When cultivated indoors, Trinity OG x Hindu Kush flowers anywhere between 7 to 10 weeks.
Ingredients: hemp seed