The award-winning indica cannabis strain Sensi Star bares deep green and purple leaves that sparkle with trichomes like the night sky’s stars. It won placement in the 1999, 2000, and 2005 High Times Cannabis Cups. Its scent and taste are of forest, earth, and lemon.
Sensi Star first blossomed under the care of Paradise Seeds, who have not yet released to the public the true parent strains of this indica. They’ve said that it’s an Afghani Indica, but Sensi Star also contains traces of sativa which shrouds the lineage in mystery.
The THC level of Sensi Star averages at 15-16% and tops off at 20% in some crops. Its high has a reputation of being a one-hitter-quitter, as its often quite potent in its effects. Sensi Star will start with cerebral effects, lifting one’s spirits leaving the consumer feeling quite happy and care-free. After several minutes, the body high rushes in to take over, relaxing the muscles and overpowering the mind with a lazy lethargy that makes it hard to concentrate. Using this strain is best in the evenings or night, as some have claimed to fall asleep after finding they consumed too much.
Sensi Star only requires seven weeks to flower, but renders its best THC levels when grown with hydroponics.
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