Starekiller is a cross bred Skywalker OG X Rare Dankness #2.Giving this strain a 70% Indica dominate ratio. Its well know for its ability to top upper levels of THC % and a fairly large crop yield. Make this strain a favorite of growers around the country. Lets form a AMCO High Opinion.
The Glass jar is appreciated by all patients. It has a label with a Harvest date of 2-18-21. Along with the tested date and a few other tid bits of information. Im not so sure why the label needs to tell us ” flower is in the jar”. Or who the cultivator is when there logo is on the label already. Taking up a line of space where terpene contents could be. Even a QR code to give us more information we could actually use like the lab reports on toxins might be a option. The THC percentage for this sample is labeled 19.5%. The density of the flowers is poor the bud size small should be labeled as popcorn was as well. AMCO High Opinion of 5of 10.
The very pleasant aroma of citrus and skunk are the first to be picked up by the nose. Fallowing the first scent i dive in for another and their is a dank wet earth funky moss smell that i am digging a lot is present as well. I could only imagine what the colas smelled like off this flower. The genetics to make a masterpiece is there. AMCO High Opinion of 9 of 10.
The trim job on this sample is the worst i have seen Osage put out. It may even be tied for one the worst trim jobs i have seen in the state. You cant hide nothing from a microscope. The bulbous tricombe heads are missing on the outside the flower. Some of the places internal that should have formed and retained the heads of the tricombs have been decapitated. This problem is possibly in the handling of these small wispy flowers. This sample of starkiller should be packaged as ” POPCORN” aka low quality tier do to the size of the flowers in the jar and there lack of density . AMCO High Opinion 5 of 10
I scissor cut a half gram of the sample and place it in a Zig-Zag unbleached paper. So that i dont contaminate the terps with the grinder. I then draw air threw it, this is called a dry hit. The flavonoids that present first are citrus from the Limonenne fallowed by the skunky flavior of Myrcene. After firing up the joint, i find that the smoke is a little harsh on the throat. The flavior of dank wet earth is laid gently in the floral notes of linilool. Carryophellen that often presents as a pepper or clove flavior is detected as well. Their should be a Pinenne terpenne present that i’m not getting at all AMCO High Opinion 7 out of 10.
I believe these buds are at best B class quality maybe some pieces are even C class. The listed terpennes that should be present are minimal to my detection or missing. The heads of the tricombs are less then desirable. These type flowers come from the bottoms of the plants where lights dont reach. The tricomb may have lost there heads in a ruff handling. I do look forward to finding a proper sample of this strain in the future. I think it would have scored much better if it were marked as popcorn. Or it was actual full size flowers from the colas. THERE IS SOME MEDICAL benefit with this strain and i got a little muscle relief but no nerve pain relief. This strain has potential i give it a Amco High Opinion 7 of 10 for its ability to relax muscles.
Amco gives this sample a 6.6 out of 10. This strain is a much better medication then this sample represents. Osage should use there label more effectively. Better quality control is needed on what popcorn buds are used for. They dont belong in a top quality jar with a full price tag in my Not so High Opinion