Star Killer Strain
- Dry Eyes
- Dry Mouth
Star Killer Strain Marijuana is the brainchild of Rare Dankness Seeds, an ingenious breeder with a knack for creating memorable and powerful hybrids. The result is a 70% Indica-dominant variety that crosses Mazar and Blueberry OG Kush with Rare Dankness #2. It originated in the state of Colorado.
Medical marijuana patients use Star Killer to treat the symptoms of HIV/AIDS, PTSD, and Gastrointestinal Disorder. The cerebral effects of this strain include relaxation, euphoria, and a sense of mental uplift. It may also provide relief from insomnia and pain.
The adverse effects of Star Killer include dry mouth, dizziness, paranoia, and a lack of coordination. The THC level of this strain is fairly high, with a range between 18% and 22%.
The plant has a bushy stature with green, purple, and brown hues. The small, elongated buds have a slightly sticky texture that may result from Star Killer’s Sativa genetics. This herb provides users with a lemon scent mingled with hints of berry, cheese, and pine.
Flowering usually takes 65 days. The Star Killer strain is known for its strength, but the longer flowering time can be frustrating to growers who want results fast. Growing this strain indoors or outdoors is possible; however, the plant does prefer to have enough light to fix nitrogen.
Star Killer Strain Marijuana may be harvested when the plants are between seven and nine inches in height. The possible yields of this strain range between 550 and 850 grams per square meter. The high-quality genetics of this strain increase costs, especially in larger growing areas. Environmental conditions may alter the aroma, flavor, type, and color of this strain.