Stardawg Guava is a Sativa marijuana strain. Winner of Best Sativa at the 2012 Denver Cannabis Cup, this strain leaves you feeling relaxed and happy.
Stardawg Guava is one of several popular Stardawg phenotypes. This Sativa-dominant hybrid provides a spirited, creative energy with subtle relaxing body effects.
Stardawg Guava Experience
Stardawg Guava is a rising star in the cannabis community. Many growers like this strain for its bountiful yields and stimulating, energetic effects. Back in 2012, Stardawg Guava won “Best Sativa” at the Denver High Times Cannabis Cup.
Other members of the Stardawg family express more sedative traits. This strain, however, provides a creative high and spirited euphoria.
Considered a 60/40 Sativa-dominant hybrid, this strain is uplifting and relaxing at the same time. Stardawg Guava is thought to provide consumers with a mellow sensation of body heaviness coupled with a strong hitting cerebral experience. Marijuana enthusiasts should expect some tingly vibes from this bud.
Traits of Stardawg Guava and Stardawg Guava Seeds
A diesel-scented cross between Chemdawg 4 and Tres Dawg, this marijuana strain is one of the more popular phenotypes of the Stardawg strain. This strain also expresses notes of cheese and pine, but is rarely overpowering.
The diesel scent carries over to the flavor, where it dominates the inhale. Marijuana consumers will appreciate the clean finish that doesn’t cling too long to the palate. There are sweet tropical flavors that help ease down the chemical flavors.
Cannabis growers can expect to find small, fluffy nugs. If exposed to cold weather at the right time, Stardawg can have some purple flashes. Orange hairs and amber trichomes complete the picture, making this one strain marijuana enthusiasts will want to show off to their friends.
Medical Benefits of Stardawg Guava
Thanks to its higher than average THC content and potent effects, this strain is a popular option amongst certain portions of the medical marijuana community.
- Medical cannabis patients often pick up this herb for relief from chronic fatigue, stress, and depression
- The head-centered effects of this strain also make it a popular choice for those experiencing uncomfortable eye pressure or glaucoma
- With up to 21 percent THC on average, this strain may provide some mild to moderate pain relief
- However, this bud is more popular among those marijuana patients with gastrointestinal disorder, lack of appetite, and nausea