Death Star (THC 19%)
$75.00 – $250.00
Death Star is an Indica-dominant hybrid strain, having 80% Indica and 20% Sativa. This potent strain is a cross of the infamous Sour Diesel and Sensi Star. THC content of this strain ranges from 18 to 27 percent, and its CBD level can reach almost 1 percent. The strain is often linked with Star Wars movies owing to its creepy high that gives you a feeling like you are in space. It was developed by Team Death Star and popularized in 2004.
Death Star’s Aroma, Taste, and Appearance
The buds of this powerful strain are thick, fat, and gluey. In addition, the strain features dark orange hair on dark green leaves with lively & amber trichomes that might look green with dark green.
Death Star has an intense aroma, which is acrid and earthy. The aroma of this strain is similar to skunks. This cannabis strain tastes like diesel dominantly, with traces of citrus a bit, whereas the sweetness of this strain varies a little.
Effects of Death Star
The effects of this strain kick in slowly and creepily. Its high is somewhat thrilling, yet not disappointing. You can expect subjugating sensations of tranquillity and euphoria, easing the mind alongside your body and soul equally. Furthermore, it helps its users to get rid of unpleasant moods or emotions they might be suffering from. Inexperienced smokers should consume it with caution by taking a light dose in the beginning. It will leave your body buzzing with sleepiness or a couch-lock feeling. Thus, this strain is ideal to consume during the night or evening.
Medical Use of Death Star
- It is pondered as an ideal strain to tackle anxiety and mood disorders.
- It is also considered a good strain to deal with stress and depression.
- The strain also serves as a sleeping aid for insomnia patients.
The most noticeable side effects of this strain include dry eyes, dry mouth, and dehydration.
Flowering Time and Growth:
The flowering time of this strain is 8 to 9 weeks. Its indoor yield is 14 ounces per square meter, whereas its outdoor yield is 12 ounces per square meter.