Stardawg Cannabis


Stardawg, also known as Stardog, is a Sativa-leaning hybrid with Sativa to Indica ratio of 70:30. This potent strain is a cross between popular cannabis strains: Chemdawg 4 and Tres Dog and has a THC content that varies from 16% to 25%, with the strain’s average being 20%. It was named after its parental lineage and star-like crystalline trichomes.

The Stardawg buds are distinguishable from others by their velvety texture and deep green nags coated with a layer of bright and shining star-like trichomes. The nuggets are densely packed, giving the buds an overall beautiful appearance.

Despite the love to grow your own plant, Stardawg is definitely not one of those weed strains you want to try out if you are a novice. It is rated difficult to grow, where much time and skills are invested in caring and tending to the plant. This marijuana strain does well both indoors and outdoors, but it needs a lot of spacing and can grow as tall as 7 feet. During the growing, the plant needs exposure to sunlight and a conducive temperature. The flowering begins mid-October, 63-73 days after planting, and yields about 6 ounces per square foot.

Opening a package of Stardawg will let out a strong aroma with notes of fuel, skunk, and pine. There are also undertones of earth and citrus when you finally break the bud open. The taste profile is equally strong, with notes of diesel on the exhale. This strain has high effects on both Indica and Sativa. You will experience an uplifting and motivational experience ideal for social gatherings and a lethargic ambivalent reaction. There will also be a sudden burst of energy and tingly feeling that may advance into giggles and loud laughter.

Medical patients take the advantage of both Sativa and the underlying Indica effects of Stardawg. It is an effective remedy for patients with mood disorders, anxiety, depression, pain, appetite loss, etc.

Positive effects

  • Sedating
  • Relaxing
  • Uplifting
  • Improve focus
  • Improve creativity

Adverse effects

  • Dry mouth
  • Dry eyes
  • Dizziness
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