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KKE Sensi Star Oil

9 June 2020
Full spectrum cannabis oil

KKE Sensi-star Full Spectrum THC Oil Review

Rating

The Gist:

A fantastic option that gives a great high which can easily be dosed to your personal preferences.

KKE’s Sensi-star is quite strong compared to some oils on the market. Ranging from 25-28mg of THC per mL, it can get you where you want to go, even if you have a high tolerance. But what has been great for me is using the syringe to dose out in 0.1 mL intervals. That has allowed me to feel relaxed and ready to enjoy my evenings without the stress of taking too much.

I have to start by saying that, even though I have been consuming cannabis for well over a decade, I have always been quite sensitive to it. Even in my hay-days of regular smoking, it always tended to hit me much harder than most of my friends. This led to many a night where I had tried to keep up, only to end up feeling overwhelmed and uncomfortable.

 

These types of cannabis oils have been a godsend for me. It has allowed me to control my dosing to a level that I find really comfortable and enjoyable, by starting with low doses and seeing how an increase affects me.

This is a full spectrum oil, meaning that they were able to maintain the various terpenes within the oil when creating it. This isn’t something you can readily reproduce at home, as if you are just using your oven, in order to decarb the THC, you would likely vapourize all the terpenes that are activated at lower temperature levels. 

The carrier oil in this case is MCT (Medium-chain triglycerides), meaning it doesn’t add anything to the flavour. The terpene profile is only something I am just now becoming familiar with, but I will say it tastes pretty great to my tastebuds. That means that you can also place the oil under your tongue for sublingual in-take, and it isn’t at all unpleasant. The sublingual method means you could feel the effects in as little as 20-40 minutes instead of having to wait for it to be metabolized by your liver.

 

This is a full spectrum oil, meaning that they were able to maintain the various terpenes within the oil when creating it. This isn’t something you can readily reproduce at home, as if you are just using your oven, in order to decarb the THC, you would likely vapourize all the terpenes that are activated at lower temperature levels. 

The carrier oil in this case is MCT (medium-chain triglycerides), meaning it doesn’t add anything to the flavour. The terpene profile is only something I am just now becoming familiar with, but I will say it tastes pretty great to my tastebuds. That means that you can also place the oil under your tongue for sublingual in-take, and it isn’t at all unpleasant. The sublingual method means you could feel the effects in as little as 20-40 minutes instead of having to wait for it to be metabolized by your liver.

 

Conclusion

Even with its high concentration, the team at KKE has come up with something that is totally approachable even to someone like myself who is sensitive to cannabis. Start slow, and step your way up if this is your first foray into edible oils. Definitely worth checking out.

 

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