If you ever happen to stumble on some Starry Night, hold onto it: this strain is incredibly rare, even in states with plenty of legal weed. Its phenotypes aren’t entirely pinned down, but it’s believed to lean slightly toward the indica end. Its leafy, pepper-shaped nugs hold plenty of orange pistils to give it a pleasing appearance. When pinched, the buds smell of rank blue cheese, skunk, with sweet undertones. When smoked, this cannabis plant tastes like an aged French cheese with dried berry bits embedded in it.
This strain offers a nice blend of both sativa and indica strains. It induces relaxation and calm, and washes over the mind like a foggy blanket. It lifts the spirits and will etch a smile on even the most seasoned smoker’s face. It’s recommended for depression, stress, or minor pains, and it may help stabilize moods.
High doses of Starry Night may cause slight anxiety or paranoia.
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Perhaps because it’s so rare, no one knows where Starry Night comes from. It likely originated somewhere on the West Coast, where it’s usually found.