Morning Star can be easily recognized by its pistils: the hairs growing throughout the buds should be orange and purple. This indica-dominant cannabis plant (60% indica/40% sativa) has a scent reminiscent of pine needles and fruit rinds, and its smoke smacks of grapes, oranges, and strawberries laid over smoky wood.
Although Morning Star can cause sleepiness, moderate amounts typically lead to buzzes that facilitate conversation and lots of giggle fits. For social users, this might be a good one to share with friends before a comedy show or film. For medical patients, Morning Star may help with minor pains, depression, mood swings, or tension caused by constant stress. It’s ideal for evening or nighttime use, although experienced smokers may find it works fine in the day, too.
Common side effects from Morning Star include dry mouth, red eyes, and potentially dizziness in inexperienced users or those who exceed moderate dosing.
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The origin of this strain is unknown, but it is believed to be a cross between Ledu Uno and Sensei Star. Lab data shows it can reach as high as 24% THC