This rare hybrid has an unknown ratio of sativa to indica, but its mostly physical effects suggest the indica genes may be slightly dominant. Those effects include deep body relaxation and sleepiness, though the high also includes euphoria and powerful happiness. Starry Night can be a useful tool for treating low mood, anxiety, mood disorders, insomnia, stress, migraines, and nausea. There isn’t much information available about how much THC this strain contains, and there aren’t many reports on its potency. But it appears to be a fairly effective medicinal choice. Starry Night shouldn’t be used to treat seizures, however, or other conditions that respond to CBD, as there is insufficient public data about the amount of that chemical in this strain. This strain has a distinct fruity aroma and flavor, while the buds are bright green. Dry mouth is the only widely reported adverse effect from using Starry Night, though dry eyes and paranoia may also be possible. Obscure to say the least, this strain might occasionally appear on the West Coast, but not often enough to make much of a mark.