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Robert Bergman

June 7, 2017

In the world of Cannabis, it is typical to come across different strains with questionable backgrounds. The thing is, within the cannabis community, users do not often question a strain’s genetic makeup or at least if they do, they would quickly settle for whatever information that is made available for them.

However, that is not to say that users are apathetic in knowing what they are ingesting. The point is that the limited information about a strain is usually more of concern for prospective novice growers and breeders. Apparently, as long as a strain can satisfy users with its strong THC concentration or an impressive level of CBD, that should be more than enough.

Now, to make things even worse for these growers, some of these mysterious strains are some of the most potent as well. So, that only makes them want to figure out how to cultivate these strains. Unfortunately, there are just too many questions left unanswered.

Nonetheless, this fact does not seem to have any adverse effect whatsoever on these strains’ market value and consumer demand. If anything, such rarity only makes these strains more attractive than ever. On that note, here is one particular strain that embodies such mystery and quality. It is called Trinity.

Several theories have surfaced over the years about the history of Trinity. People could not seem to identify a specific breeder, but the disagreement falls on the subject of where the strain indeed originated.

Some would argue that its roots can be traced back to a North American Indica strain while others would point specifically to Northern California where several varieties of Sativa strains are said to have been crossed to produce the Trinity. Another theory involves a person in the name of Jeremy P. who is supposed to be responsible for bringing the strain to Montana and Oregon.

Either way, users appear to be less worried about the strain’s origin. After all, it is a high-grade strain that apparently does not disappoint users. So, it would almost feel like there is practically no point in questioning where its origin.

Information about Trinity:

ORIGIN North American Indica
EFFECTS Euphoric – 10
Happy – 10
Uplifted – 10
Relaxed – 8
Focused – 7
ADVERSE REACTIONS (NEGATIVE) Dry mouth – 10
Dry eyes – 5
Paranoid – 2
Dizzy – 1
Headache – 1
FRAGRANCE Skunky, chemical, pungent, earthy, pine, lemon
FLAVORS Woody, pine, sweet, citrus, lemon
MEDICAL Stress – 10
Depression – 7
Fatigue – 6
Pain – 6
Nausea – 4
FLOWERING TIME INDOORS 40 to 48 days
THC CONTENT % 18% to 21%
CBD % 0.10% to 1%
INDICA / SATIVA % 25%/75%
INDOOR YIELD 16 to 20 ounces per square meter
OUTDOOR YIELD 24 ounces or more per plant

* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest

Effects

If there is one thing that both users and growers are sure of about this strain, it is the fact that it is highly potent. With a THC concentration that can range from 18% to 21%, Trinity may not be the best strain for first-time users.

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Combined with a 75% Sativa content, Trinity offers a powerful euphoric and uplifting high that improves the mood of users while spurring some creative thoughts.

Trinity Effects
Trinity Effects – Image powered by Southwestpatientgroup.com

The Indica effects of the strain, on the other hand, is known to induce deep relaxation that may lead to sleepiness or couch lock in higher doses.

Fragrance

Trinity is one of those strains that can definitely turn heads with its overwhelming aroma. It has that very particular earthy skunk smell with some pungent chemical undertones and a touch of lemon that most seasoned users love.

Flavors

Aside from its intense smell, Trinity also boasts of some really delightful flavors. Users will notice that same woody and pine taste but with hints of citrus and lemon. Others would describe its smoke to be reminiscent of sweet berries with a slight pine aftertaste.

Adverse Reaction

Trinity’s THC level may be enough precaution to keep first-time users off this strain, but the reality is that even seasoned users may still need to be a little careful as they too can experience some adverse reactions from smoking the strain.

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Trinity Adverse Reaction – image powered by Southwestpatientgroup.com

Dry mouth is the most common side-effect of Trinity, but some users may also notice signs of dry eyes simultaneously. Paranoia is possible but less likely. Perhaps this can only happen when users indulge in more than they can handle. Other mild cases may involve dizziness and headaches.

Medical

Trinity’s THC level may be enough precaution to keep first-time users off this strain, but the reality is that even seasoned users may still need to be a little careful as they too can experience some adverse reactions from smoking the strain.

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Dry mouth is the most common side-effect of Trinity, but some users may also notice signs of dry eyes simultaneously. Paranoia is possible but less likely. Perhaps this can only happen when users indulge in more than they can handle. Other mild cases may involve dizziness and headaches.

Trinity_Medical
Trinity Medical – Image powered by Helpinghandsdispensary.com

Growing

Considering the shady background of this strain, it is already somewhat expected that its cultivation information is also just as questionable.

Apparently, very little is known about the ideal growing method of Trinity. It is safe to say that the data available on the web are only estimates. Perhaps some growers are also limiting the information they share with the rest of the cannabis community.

Nonetheless, the strain is said to grow well in small spaces. So, perhaps a prospective grower would consider using either grow tents, growboxes or closets.

Flowering Time

Indoors
Considering the shady background of this strain, it is already somewhat expected that its cultivation information is also just as questionable.

Apparently, very little is known about the ideal growing method of Trinity. It is safe to say that the data available on the web are only estimates. Perhaps some growers are also limiting the information they share with the rest of the cannabis community.

Nonetheless, the strain is said to grow well in small spaces. So, perhaps a prospective grower would consider using either grow tents, growboxes or closets.

Outdoors
Considering the shady background of this strain, it is already somewhat expected that its cultivation information is also just as questionable.

Apparently, very little is known about the ideal growing method of Trinity. It is safe to say that the data available on the web are only estimates. Perhaps some growers are also limiting the information they share with the rest of the cannabis community.

Nonetheless, the strain is said to grow well in small spaces. So, perhaps a prospective grower would consider using either grow tents, growboxes or closets.

Have you ever smoked or grown your own Trinity? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.

Robert

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The founder of I Love Growing Marijuana, Robert Bergman, is a marijuana growing expert that enjoys sharing his knowledge with the world. He combines years of experience, ranging from small-scale grows to massive operations, with a passion for growing. His articles include tutorials on growing... [read more]

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  1. By Morgan

    ,20 Jan 2019
    I know the orgin. I saw the first seed sprout in 1993

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