All About Death Star Cannabis Strain
Death Star strain, despite its terrific name, is a potent weed that will be a perfect match for smokers who prefer to stay high with couch locking qualities. It originated back in 2004, alongside growing in popularity among smokers who preferred strong THC Indica phenotypes with potent calming properties. By crossing Sensi Star and Sour Diesel, the two already famous phenotypes, Death Star possesses a dazzling array of features associated with its parents.
By possessing attributes of both phenotypes, this Indica strain can surprise both experienced and casual users.
Regarding THC content levels, it ranges from 18% to 21% in lab testing conditions, whereas the amount of CBD never reaches a mark beyond 1%. Such a high THC content is favorable for smokers who love Death Star to get high for a more extended time. Death Star cannabis strain has been described as a stunning adventure in most reviews, whereas its top ranks in High Times championships also make this weed an award-winning hybrid.
Death Star Flavors
The strong odor of Death Star is remarkable, thanks to its pungent bud structure. The scent reminiscences an earthy and skunky smell, followed by diesel and sweet undertones. This alien-like combination highlights creaminess, orange, and citrus aroma undertones, which smoothly dissolve into a skunky, pungent, and earthy diesel palette.
When it comes to flavor, not only this skunky strain is reminiscent of creaminess and peppery diesel, but it also has strong earthy undertones that are easily recognizable.
This strain is famous for its lingering tastes that are sweet upon the tongue that remains for long, even after taking a few puffs. Inexperienced people can also say that it is a bit harsh, whereas more experienced ones will enjoy gentle lifts of smoke that fills lungs softly, without too much irritation to their throats.
This great strain has all the properties associated with Indica strains and a little Sativa effects:
- Spacy state of mind
- Numbing sensation
Speaking of medicinal properties, one smoker should recognize that Death Star strain is not medical marijuana per se. Despite not holding this official title, its application for medicinal purposes is just incredibly vast. It is a great treatment for patients suffering from:
- Chronic pain
When it comes to side effects, Death Star possesses common attributes that are related to Indica strains with high THC content levels and low CBD ones. Smokers will most likely experience cottonmouth, dry eyes, and slight dizziness.
One attribute that makes this kush a respected strain among growers is its ease of growing. Not only this strain produces immense yields, but it also requires little effort thanks to its resistance to mold and mildews. The crop is short in size, meaning that growers wouldn’t have to find much extra space to expand their yields.
It has a short cycle to be fully grown with a flowering period that lasts around 9 to 10 weeks. Since Death Star can be used for growing both outdoors and indoors, the usual yields are 12 and 14 ounces per square meter, respectively.
Those who are fond of growing outdoors should expect to harvest Death Star closer to early to mid-October. Although we recommend growing it indoors, you should remember that in order to produce Death Star properly, you should check light and humidity levels to achieve the best yield results.