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About this Hybrid Strain
Like many other strains, the exact origin of Daywrecker can’t be proven. This is because hippies weren’t going around getting patents on Cannabis strains from the government, since cultivating marijuana has been highly illegal until recently. With that being said, legend has it that Daywrecker was created by a man named “Weasel.” He had met a fellow named “Chemdawg” at a Grateful Dead show in Deer Creek, WI in 1991. Chemdawg ended up giving Weasel a couple of seeds. He ended up crossing one of Chemdawg’s seeds with a strain that was a cross of Massachusetts Super Skunk and Sensi Northern Lights.
Weasel grew a strain that looked and smelled to be like any other strain. It flowered green fluffy buds, with some amber pistils, and thin layer of trichomes. The smell has your usual tones of fresh-earth, nutty-pine, and sweet-grapes. Upon ingestion however, he noticed that it made him incredibly giggly, then comfortably numb, then hungry, and finally tired. Every time he ingested this strain, there went his day. This happened to all of his friends who smoked it as well. He tried to name the strain Weasel Diesel, but everyone kept referring to it as that strain that wrecked their day.
If you end up trying Daywrecker, you will probably end up believing every word of the story. This is because Daywrecker’s THC content tests up to 26%, almost doubling that of a normal Indica. Thus, the effects seemed to be doubled as well as has been reported by consumers. The body actually melts into the couch so much, you become one with the fabric. A cloudy head-high makes everything seem funny, yet things are going in slow motion. Thoughts and decisions are slowed as this effect gradually cascades out of the brain, down the neck, and through all the muscles of the body. The user becomes numb and sedated, yet blissful. As the muscles of digestion relax, signals of hunger are triggered to the brain. Now the user has quite a dilemma. Is it worth leaving a state of total comfortable bliss to go eat? Regardless of the decision, the user can count on getting a good night sleep. As the cerebral euphoria wears off, the body buzz gets more pronounced. Limbs and eyelids become heavier as lucid visions will soon turn into vivid dreams. If you just take the name Daywrecker as another way of saying Nightmaker, then you won’t fear this strain. It is a fantastic night-time strain that will prepare you for a good night’s sleep. After a long and productive day, have some snacks handy as you enjoy this strain while listening to music or watching TV.
Frequently Asked Questions About Daywrecker
- What is Daywrecker?
Daywrecker is an Indica-dominant cannabis strain that also has been called Diesel, Headband, and Weasel Diesel.
- What does Daywrecker mean?
Daywrecker obviously means your day will be shot in terms of productivity. It was named for it’s reported heavy “couch” effect indicative of Indicas.
- Where does Daywrecker come from?
Legend has it that Daywrecker was created by a guy named “Weasel” by taking Massachusetts Super Skunk crossed with Sensei Norther Lights and crossing that with Chemdawg.
- What does Daywrecker smell like?
Fresh earth, soil, and nutty pine make up the odors of Daywrecker with hints of sweet grapes.
- What does Daywrecker taste like?
Daywrecker has the taste of sweet grapes, earthy pine, with a spicy-herb aftertaste.
- What color does Daywrecker have?
Daywrecker has thick, fluffy green missile shaped buds with longer amber hairs and shorter hairs of white trichomes.
- What effects does Daywrecker have?
Daywrecker has a high THC content, yet it’s primarily an Indica. It does just what it says, putting the user in a heavily stoned and sedated state as has been reported by consumers. A cloudy-head high where everything seems in slow motion is accompanied by a numbing body buzz for which the body seems to melt into whatever it is attached to.
- Is Daywrecker an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?
Daywrecker is an Indica-dominant hybrid approximately 75% Indica 25% Sativa.