Sensi Star was created by Paradise Seeds in 1995, and it’s more stable version was released in 1997. The details of its genetics were not shared with the public, but its creators said that it is predominantly Afghani Indica and contains some Sativa. Sensi Star today is a legendary indica strain that’s known all over the world, and it has won many awards and recognition in the High Time Cannabis Cups in 1999, 2000, and 2005.
This marijuana plant can be cultivated both indoors and outdoors in either of the two methods: hydroponic or soil. Growers admire Sensi Star for its amazing results at maturation. It flowers for an estimate of around seven weeks. When grown indoors, it can yield up to 450 grams per plant, and there are reports that it can produce up to 3.5 lbs when grown expertly. Its plant can reach a maximum height of six feet.
Sensi Star’s color is a combination of dark green and purple and has crystal trichomes reminiscent of sparkling stars in the night sky. Its aroma and taste can be described as either the smell of the forest, or of sweet citrus lemon, or a mix of both.
Sensi Star is famous for its strong effects that have been experienced all throughout the body, and its brain stimulation. It has a THC level of around 18-20%. Some call it the “one-hit quitter,” and it has been prescribed to patients with high tolerance. Most users say that they experienced the high immediately, which is accompanied by cerebral effects leaving them feeling uplifted and a sense of euphoria right at the first hit. This is followed by a strong body high, which is focused on muscle relaxation. It also makes the user feel a certain level of laziness that makes it difficult to focus. Others describe a feeling of tiredness. Common side effects reported are dry eyes and mouth, dizziness, paranoia, and headaches.
This indica is an automatic choice for treating chronic aches and pains. They say this marijuana greatly helps in managing severe pains. Sensi Star is for the afternoon, evening, or night time use. It can help one relieve stress, insomnia, anxiety, and depression. Still, others use it too for increasing their appetite and addressing migraine, headache, and glaucoma.