Sensi Star Diamond and Terpenes
A concentrate of Sensi Star strain with THCA Diamonds and Terpenes. Available in 1gram, glass containers.
Sensi Star Strain:
Indica Dominant Hybrid
THC: 20 – 26%
Sensi Star is a dominant Indica variety strain that has a strong Indica high. It has an incredibly high THC concentration that starts from 20%. It has a very unique and pungent aroma that sometimes seems sweet. Its aroma has a hint of citrus and earthy flavours as well. The strain has a mossy appearance that has a greenish and rust colour. Sensi Strain has a good taste that is a mixture of earthy and citrus flavours. The positive effects of this strain are amazing. It has a strong calming effect on your nerves, making you feel happy and euphoric at the same time.
You feel relaxed after smoking Sensi Star. It can also make you feel creative. Sensi Star is great for treating anxiety and depression of different kinds. You can also use it for curing hyperactivity. It is useful for inattentiveness and helps in improving focus and concentration on things. You can smoke Sensi Star when you are suffering from migraines, pain, insomnia and a loss in appetite. It has little to no side effects. It can be grown both indoors and outdoors, but is mostly grown indoors and has a germination period of 60 days.
What are THCA Diamonds?
Diamonds refer to pure crystalline THCA that have been isolated from refined oil.
The central difference between these types of diamonds is the context in which they’re extracted and further processed. Whether presented as a saucy, high-terpene extract or packaged as isolated THCA, diamonds are always crystalline structures of pure THCA. Remember, these diamonds may be inaccurately referred to as pure THC, but in reality, they come in the pure THCA form.
Do THCA Diamonds Get You High?
THCA is non-intoxicating on its own but converts into the intoxicating THC when exposed to heat through decarboxylation. When THCA diamonds are vaporized through a dab rig, e-rig, or vaporizer, THCA decarboxylates into the active THC, which in turn binds with receptors in the body’s endocannabinoid system to produce an intoxicating effect.