Death Star is a world-famous strain with a rich and varied history. It has been around since about 2000 and is a clone only strain. Death Star is cross between 2 potent Indica varieties, Sensi Star and Sour Diesel. Despite being a cross of two powerful Diesels, Death Star seems to be an even mix in its effects between Indica and Sativa qualities. Users report feeling both very grounded and very high at the same time. It is 80% Indica dominant in its genetics but the high is more like a potent and well balanced even hybrid. Even and well balanced it may be, it has a THC content that ranges from 20-26% and is not to be taken lightly. It has a unique taste that combines bubblegum, skunk, and fuel aromas into a very strong fragrance that isn’t easy to hide. This strain may not have the ability to destroy planets, but it does have quite the powerful buzz. Effects can be slow to onset, but once they do, Death Star takes away all cares and replaces them with a state of relaxed euphoria. Death Star has many fans and its only caveat is that it might be just that little too powerful for everyday casual It is more suited to medical or social use as opposed to a functional smoke in order to get things done. Death Star is an excellent introspective strain for those who like to use their marijuana for meditation and silent contemplation, as it will definitely open doorways of consciousness that have previously been locked with an iron chain. Death Star is one to try for all marijuana lovers. It is a moderately difficult strain to grow with a moderate yield. But the plant looks and smells amazing and growers are proud to make such a high-quality strain of marijuana. It is a vivid green and is absolutely coated in white crystals.
Why do Patients Use Death Star?
Death Star is excellent in the treatment of all types of pain, insomnia and eating disorders. It is powerful enough to melt all of the pain away while still leaving patients perfect grounded and coherent, unlike some of the stronger and foggier Indica varieties which take out the patient along with the pain. Aside from the body effects that relieve the pain the cerebral euphoria will take all attention away from sources of stress or worry. Death Star can also be used to effectively treat anxiety and depression and the strain is widely available in dispensaries across the USA, mainly in California, New York and Colorado. An excellent blend of Indica and Sativa, unfortunately it is unsuitable for first time patients as it is too powerful in both the body and the mind.
Medical Uses of Death Star
All types of Pain
Side-Effects of Death Star
Information about Death Star
80% Indica 20% Sativa
Death Star is a mix between Sensi Star and Sour Diesel.
Death Star has a rating of 9.0 on the stoned meter.
The THC levels of Death Star are between 20-26%
The Breeder of Death Star is unknown.
Death Star typically flowers at around 9 weeks.
Ideal Growing Method
Death Star tends to hit its highest THC levels when grown in soil with organic nutrients. Grow indoors and patiently train the plant, as the Sour Diesel sativa qualities will make Death Star take off. This strain is suitable for the SCROG (screen of green) method, as the buds grow dense and small. Death Star prefers light feeding.
Death Star typically grows between 3-5 feet tall indoors.
Death Star has a moderate yield, between 300-400 grams per square meter indoors.
Death Star is a moderately difficult plant to grow.
Moisture and humidity levels need to be kept low. Dense nugs can rot from excessive moisture.