AMCO’s Review of Osage Creek’s Critical Sensi Star Flower purchased from Suite 443 I’m pleased to say that it has an informative label. This tested at 20.1% THC and 0.0488% CBD on 3-30-20, 25 days after being harvested. It has everything on the label but the terp content. According to online sources, is a cross of Critical Mass and Sensi Star. Its a 90% Indica dominate. This is biased of my assumption this strain is grown from Delicious Seeds .
The Jar Appeal
The look and jar appeal rates 10 out of 10. This 1/8th gram sample was two perfect strawberry snapped nuggets colored a deep green with a Forrest of pistils reaching for the sky.
The smell rates 7 out of 10. It’s a multifaceted aroma. I found citrus notes and hints of musty rotten fruits. I also detect Myrcene giving it a skunkiness but only after cutting into the flower.
The cure rates 8 out of 10. Under 40x magnification I inspected the buds and found nothing abnormal. The majority of tricombs are clouded. The more I moved it around the more keif and flower material fell off, so I think its a touch too dry.
The taste rates 7 out of 10. This sample was rolled in an OCB Solaire with a disposable tip so as not to taint the taste. The half gram sample has a woodsy flavor, with a mild wet earth mustiness. No throat burn on this one. I’m battling sinus issues so that may affect the lack of taste. It’s not unpleasant.
The effect rates 7 out of 10. By the end of smoking the joint I have nerves tingling in the left leg but nerve pain still exstream in the right. The euphoria is an uplifting mood stabilizing buzz. It hasn’t made my eyes heavy or my tongue thick . Id have no issues with communicating with strangers on this strain .