Indica Dominant Hybrid – 75% Indica / 25% Sativa
THC: 18% – 27%
Firstly, Death Star strain is a cross between Sensi Star and Sour Diesel which is most commonly known as an indica dominant. Death Star possesses the best attributes of both its parents. Its name is assumed to be linked with Star Wars movies. It has the indica/sativa ratio of 75% to 25%. The strain bud, when crushed with fingers, proves to be extremely sticky, which is a sign of good quality when testing out different varieties of strains. There may be purple shades of colour visible in this particular strain’s stems.
Also, Death Star strain gives out a combination of aromas including that of lemon and rubber, and taste of an eccentric sweetness. Overall, the strain is frosty looking one with broadly growing leaves. The aroma of this strain might be a bit pungent for a patient likes, since it has a mixed essence of both its parents. This medical marijuana strain has highly positive and calming effects for the patient and is also good for overcoming nausea and insomnia induced symptoms. It is potent and has high levels of CBD and THC.
Pleasantly surprised by this strain, great taste and smoother than it’s parents would expect!
Deathstar is one of the best herb I have ever smoked. It looks amazing, it tastes amazing, and the high is amazing.
Smoked a Bowl and Away We Go..Nice Indica Buzz.. A Must Buy!!
Nice indica dominant strain with all the wonderful effects that an indica dom/high thc strain brings
Aweome strain. Wow!! Hits really hard creeper. Blows tour hair back for sure. Nice.
gave me hella munchies
DS is a new fav of mine. I got an oz of DS and GSC a week apart and both were A+.
Must try. Very yummy. Definitely worth it. Going to smoke more.
Hallie r –
Death Star is DEFF a nice and heavy hitter that’s good for night time if you want to have a good sleep ! A great strain overall !!!
Definitely a chill type smoke. Not for first timers though. Lol
This 1 is so my favorite by far. just b4 I go 2 bed I smoke 1/2 blunt and 20 minutes later I’m sleeping.