- Unknown Sativa
Sensi Star has been awarded over 10 awards in the last 15 years, making it one of the most awarded Indica-dominant Hybrid strains of all-time.
When growing Sensi Star, expect your plants to be completely covered in an intense amount of resin, explaining where the Sensi Star strain got its nickname, “White Strain.” Knowing this, makes this specific batch of Sensi Star a bit of a debbie-downer, due to its low trichome count visible to the naked eye. However, what this strain lacks in looks, it definitely makes up for in potency. After all, the Sensi Star strain is world renowned as one of the most potent strains available — when grown correctly.
“The Sensi Star strain is frequently referred to as a “one-hit quitter,” making it a popular choice among most high-tolerance MMJ patients.”
Although the exact genetics remain a secret, Paradise Seeds has hinted at the fact that although the Sensi Star strain is mostly Afghani (Indica), there is at least some Sativa intertwined in its lineage. This became more and more obvious as we continued to pack up the Toro and our new Arizer Extreme Q vaporizer. There is an instant head-buzz set in that makes you feel significantly medicated — regardless of what your tolerance level may be.
As you continue to medicate with the Sensi Star strain, you can expect a uplifting body high to set in. Although my muscles were relaxed and pain was more manageable, I didn’t feel bogged down like I do from heavier Indica strains such as Granddaddy Purple or MK Ultra.
The Sensi Star strain is popular among those seeking a strong body buzz that is coupled with an uplifting mental high. The lack of focus it generates makes it hard to get any really tedious work done, but I consider this strain great as a afternoon-relaxer, especially after a long day of physical labor.