StarBud Strain Review
The StarBud strain is hard-hitter. It can throw your body to fit; it has been proven to shut down your senses over an extremely relaxed state. Its munchies work with wondrous effects, as well. You ought to be careful when you hit stone hard from the strain. Ultimately, this hard-hitter of a strain can send you to sleep without prior preemptions. All-in-all, the StarBud strain is both a physical and substantial wonder. Its unique looks, accented by its sparkly trichomes, make it a winner of various Cannabis Awards.
The StarBud is an Indica-dominant strain. It can grow around 8-9 weeks indoor and falls in the middle of October when cultivated outdoor. It prefers warm and sunny Mediterranean outdoor climate. Given the preferred conditions, the plant breed can yield around 14 ounces of buds indoor and 18 ounces outdoor. In terms of THC, the Star Tonic can empower its buds with a pull of around 14-20%. All these effects blend perfectly with deep slashes of flavors- lemony, hash, peppery, diesel, spicy, dank, chemical and harsh. Given its lengths- 90 cm indoor and 120 cm outdoor, the strain is an easy growth.
Type: Indica-dominant Hybrid
Flowering Period: 8-9 weeks indoor, mid-October outdoor
Climate: Warm and Sunny Mediterranean Outdoor Climate
Yield: 14 ounces indoor, 18 ounces outdoor
Flavors: Lemon, Hash, Peppery, Diesel, Spicy, Dank, Chemical, Harsh
THC Level: 14-20%
Height: 90 cm indoor, 120 cm outdoor
Growing Difficulty: Easy
What are the Effects of the StarBud?
The StarBud strain is known to make users feel hungry, happy, euphoric, deeply relaxed and eventually sleepy.
What are the Medical Benefits of the StarBud?
The StarBud, like most of its Indica-dominant cousins, alleviates the symptoms of Stress, Insomnia, Lack of Appetite, Body Pains and Depression.
What are the Negative Effects of the StarBud?
The only known negative effects of the strain are Dry Eyes and Mouth, Dizziness, Slight Anxiety, and Headache.
Tips for Growing StarBud?
• The StarBud strain requires an incredibly dry and hot climate in order for it to thrive. But, it can still grow easily everywhere. The only catch here is that it may not yield the expected flavorful resins.