Star Gazer is an Indica-dominant hybrid strain with the components of 65% Indica, 25% Sativa, 10% Ruderalis genetics. The Star Gazer is a remarkably stable strain that belongs to a robust and frosty marijuana strain family. This hybrid strain is the offspring of Warlock and AK47 strain, two strains known for being hard, stimulating, and producing mild effects. This strain is known for its quick Indica body boost with a side of mental relaxation. Its intense, attentive results felt both in the mind and body; for comfortably observing at the stars at night, as its name implies. Also, this fast-flowering marijuana Indica is compact and solid. It’s no surprise that the Star Gaze Fast Version has received many awards in the High Life and High Times Cannabis Cups for all of its wonderful attributes, from its flowering stages to its potent high.
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Type: Indica-dominant (65%)
Genetics Parents: Warlock x AK 47 x Ruderalis
Flowering Period: 6-7 weeks
Yield: 400-600g/m2 Indoor / 350-600g/plant outdoor
Flavors: Sweet, Lemon, Sour, Woody, Pine
THC Level: 18-25%
CBD Level: 0.9%
Harvest Period: Early-September
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
The Star Gazer scent and taste profile are very nuanced, with several different variations within. The scent of the strain becomes very intense during its blossoming process, bordering on pungency. The resin-coated buds have a citrusy, sweet fragrance and traces of lemon haze. When the buds have cured, they have a sweet and sour lemon taste with wood undertones and a natural, almost piney flavor. It then moves around the palate before ending with a delicate minty aftertaste. Overall, a perfect taste and smoke for both novice and expert marijuana users.
Star Gazer does have high THC levels in the 18-25 percent range, making it very potent. It has a heavy high that can promote calming relaxation, making it suitable for those summer nights spent sightseeing. It also produces euphoric feelings and positive vibes.
There are just a few benefits of this Crazy Tartz Feminized strain in terms of medicinal potential. When the mind is relaxed, it becomes more alert to stimuli and can concentrate on one idea at a time, which can benefit those with ADD. The vitality of this herb is also a great mood booster for stress and anxiety. Most depleted people will find relief in eating this burden, which will provide them with the necessary re-energized strength to walk about comfortably. This weed’s physical characteristics have sedative and analgesic properties, making it an excellent remedy for extreme pain, anxiety, exhaustion, joint pain, and muscle aches.
One of the strain’s most notable drawbacks is that it may have some unpleasant side effects, but nothing too severe. Cottonmouth, also known as dry mouth, can occur as a result of dehydration. The most serious of all the potential adverse effects caused by this strain is dizziness. Overdosing on this weed, like some other strain of marijuana, can be dangerous for those with mental illnesses since it increases the risk of anxiety, panic, and paranoia.
Star Gazer Fast Version, a lightweight and rapidly flowering Indica strain, is one of the varieties with top levels of mold or mildew resistance. It inherited all of its parent strains’ short, dense leaves as well as an Indica framework that develops resin-laden buds. Flowering typically takes 6-7 weeks to complete. This hemp plant thrives in both indoor & outdoor environments. However, it is advised that it be grown in an indoor environment to monitor the temperature. In heavily planting organic soil or hydro, the herb may develop in abundance.
This plant should be topped and super-cropped before being trained indoors. At harvest time, outcomes of 400 to 600G/M2 are possible. It likes cold conditions outdoors and can also thrive in the harsh climates of northern latitudes. Because of its propensity for substantial branching, it should use the SOG method or pruning. Additionally, once the buds begin to exceed their maximum density, assistance is needed. The plant can achieve 350-600 grams per plant, which can be harvested throughout early September / October, based on the phenotype.