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Star Killer is a beautiful, flavoursome marijuana strain with high yield potential. It is a cross of Skywalker OG and Rare Dankness #2.

A 70% indica plant, Star Killer produces fat, deep purple buds that are covered in resin-producing trichomes on what is a shorter, stockier plant than is the norm for OG strains. It does well both outdoors and indoors where its flowering period is between 60 – 70 days. Star Killer has a preference for cooler temperatures and really doesn’t like either high temperatures or a high PH so those using hydroponic techniques need to be aware of this and keep an eye on such details.

This strain is recommended for therapeutic use especially for pain relief, insomnia, the effects of chemotherapy, gastro-intestinal problems, AIDS and PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder).

Possessing the ability to completely calm you from head to toe, Star Killer marijuana has proven a force to be reckoned with and the judges agree: the 70% indica hybrid has taken 1st place four times and been crowned grand champion twice.

Star Killer marijuana may have derived its name from its parents, but it is a strain that delivers a “killer” high. The THC content can reach upwards of 29%, solidifying its spot among the strongest in the world. Starting off with a buzzing in the head that can develop into blissful euphoria, Star Killer marijuana’s sedative effects creep down through your limbs for a physical numbness that can combat pain and effectively wipe out anxiety and stress that can keep someone from enjoying a restful night sleep.

Star Killer marijuana is a force to be reckoned with – the indica-dominant strain packs a potent THC punch that will take you to next levels of relaxation.

Description

The fragrance of Star Killer marijuana is strongly redolent of pine and lemons, an aromatic profile that carries over to its taste, though some consumers are shocked by its distinct skunky flavor. Whether you decide to plant indoors or out, providing Star Killer marijuana seeds with a warm and humid climate can help to guarantee a flavorful and above-average harvest after 9 to 10 weeks of flowering.