Stardawg Strain (& Purple Stardawg)

Strain | Hybrid (60% Sativa)

Cannabinoids | THC (18-22%) | CBD (<1%)

Terpenes | Caryophyllene, Mycene, Liononene

Stardawg Terpene Profile

Caryophyllene
Peppery
Myrcene
Herbal
Limonene
Citrus

More about Stardawg Strain

NB: High THC Cannabis is still illegal in the UK – this page is for informational purposes only. Check out our other strain information pages!
 

The Stardawg strain (the purple colour makes almost no difference) is one of the most popular of high THC strains on the market (in the US at the moment). Its roots come from two ChemDawg strains which came from the Chem Dog/ Chem Dawg strains (Chem Dawg 4 & Tres Dawg) from Top Dawg Seeds (Stardawg seeds are actually easy to find – click the link).

You really can tastes all of the wonderful funky notes of pine, spice, wood and nuanced sour dankness. Much like the famous OG Kush, this strain is known for its thick pungent dank peppery funk that hangs about like a good friend! 

The sativa dominant hybrid would be perfect for sitting outdoors by a campfire with friends a warming flask of brandy. Although you can’t legally buy the Stardawg flower online you can purchase strain flavoured Distillate Vape cartridges or some concentrates to puff away on as an alternative. The Purple Stardawg has a peppery, earthy aroma which is not unlike a Diesel strain down to its Terpene contents of Caryophyllene, Myrcene & Limonene.

While the original Californian strain has been exceedingly popular since the early 90’s, the more modern Purple stardawg strain is one of the most well known of the modern family in the UK as it is cultivated in colder climates. The strains name comes from the thick layer of THC trichomes which cover the strain’s buds which sparkle like stars. Unlike the Stardog strain, the Purple stardawg can have either a light tint of purple, or almost completely purple leaves. This is caused by exposure to the cold during cultivation and a predisposition to the strain turning purple (most likely why it is more common in the UK, as the climate is colder here). The brilliant purple strain has a contrast of a frosty purple bud, and orange hairs.

The strain itself is a sativa dominant but experiences differ- while some find Stardawg an energetic, focused and social experience, others find this strain more laid back. For many, the Purple in the name may suggest that this will be a strain that will put you to sleep, but that isn’t the case (If you want a Chemdawg indica, check out Cookie Dawg). While some purple strains (such as Granddaddy purple) are strong and sleepy indicas, there are some purple strains that are more uplifiting, Like the Purple Stardawg. The colour comes from the cultivation in a colder climate. The image above is a normal stardawg due to the fact that the image perfect captures the sparkling THC crystals- just use your imagination and you can see a tinge of purple.

Best enjoyed using a robust hemp roll up paper or a Dynavap!

The strains have high levels of THC (between 18% – 20%) and very low levels of CBD which means that this strain is particularly potent. You should be aware that there are potential negative side effects which come with high THC strains- the list of noted effects are as below:

  1. Anxiety
  2. Dry Eyes
  3. Dry Mouth
  4. Paranoia
  5. Dizzyness

CBD Purple Stardog Strain UK

Star Dawg Seeds UK

Believe it or not, you can very, very easily find a wide range of websites who sell Star dawg seeds in the UK – directly from the grower. We know a few good ones but we would recommend googling ‘star dawg seeds’ and picking one of the top options. If you are looking for stardawg seeds then follow this link: Stardawg Seeds