Death Star is the swaying cross of Sensi Star and Sour Diesel. It has a blended taste that combines sweet, skunk, and fuel fragrances into a very potent aroma that isn’t easy to conceal. This strain may not have the sense to end planets, but it does have quite a strong buzz.
Effects can be delayed to show, but once they do, this strain removes all worries and replaces them with a state of carefree euphoria. Best for daytime or nighttime use, this Ohio native now has fans throughout the galaxy.
This strain has a dank, almost rotting aroma with a powerful underlying sweetness, leaving the overall track of vinegar. Grinding up or breaking open the long-drawn buds gives off a sparse ammonia tang, evidence of the Chemdawg in this strain’s heredity.
This strain can help patients with attention deficit disorders to sustain a clear focus on a single task. The narcotic qualities that sneak in on Dream Star’s backend can dull troubling throbbing and pains. In sufficient extensive applications, the strain can also act upon stubborn problems of migraine, headaches, and insomnia.
This strain provides, in some cases, adverse effects that may include dry eyes, eye pressure, and dizziness that is usually found in most marijuana’s side reactions.
This strain can be raised indoors or outdoors, although prosperous outdoor gardening asks for a semi-humid environment with daytime temperatures in the 70-degree Fahrenheit scale. Dream Star may flower within 9 weeks when planted indoors.