This marijuana strain has enough mood-boosting powers for daytime use by experienced cannabis users, and a mellow, enjoyable vibe that can help others relax for the evening.
Cultivated in the U.S. Midwest in the early 2000s, Death Star gained wider attention in 2010, when it received coverage by High Times magazine. (It is believed that its breeders went by the name Team Death Star.) Death Star has small, dense buds, with a sour, pungent smell and fruity undertones.
A potent cross of Sensi Star and Sour Diesel, the strain combines its parents’ strong cerebral effects and body buzz.
New cannabis users may find themselves dozing after consuming Death Star, while more experienced ones may harness its euphoric effects during the day, perhaps going to a coffee shop after, feeling relaxed and introspective.
Medical marijuana users like Death Star for its strong body effects and mellow traits, helping with conditions such as depression, pain, PTSD, and anxiety.
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