According to Leafly, “Sensi Star by Paradise Seeds is a legendary indica strain that is renowned worldwide for its powerful full-body effects and subtle cerebral invigoration. Crystal trichomes sparkle like a constellation of stars against this indica’s dark green and purple coloration, reflecting a potency worthy of placement in the 1999, 2000, and 2005 High Times Cannabis Cups. ”
An Apple packaging experience
Before we evaluate anything, the packaging is an Apple experience. For a mere 3.5 grams, it came in a black sophisticated box where inside is a black plastic container where the flowers are kept. Upon opening, you can smell a sweet fragrance. It is fairly fresh.
Sensi Star is not your usual kick in the head and “I can’t talk” type of high. It is a creeper starting with happiness and a bit of euphoria. Over the first half hour, the intensity builds and before you know it you are cruising feeling just fine.
The high is a clear head medium cerebral high. There is nothing buzzy or foggy with your thoughts. There is some body high which builds and you feel tiredness towards the end of the high. There is an abundance of feeling happy and uplift well past an hour and a half into the high.
The effects of the high after two hours is a calm and relaxed mind. Once you get past the tiredness at it’s peak, about two hours after inhaling, you feel calm and relaxed with lingering tiredness.
Sensi Star by 7 Acres
The packaging delivered an Apple experience. The flowers were fresher than expected. The experience was of medium intensity for daily users sustained over two hours. It could be a high intensity for novice users.
Cost: $40.05 for 3.5 grams
7 Acres delivered on point the expected Sensi Star effects. The high is a clean experience as in it does not make you turn into a fuzzy logic device. The high is good for light socializing, reading a good book, an evening walk, watching Netflix and anything not too strenuous. You will feel a bit of tiredness at the end, which is good if it is bedtime. Indicas are really for the evening because they tend to make you tired at the end of the high.