Northern Lights Strain Review

It is a fusion of what an Indica species, fast flowering, and low resistance to novice errors can be. This is the Northern Lights cannabis strain that is world-renowned and a favorite for many of those who have got a chance to experience it.

The strain is said to have first sprouted in Seattle, Washington before being taken to the Netherlands for further development. The lineage of Northern is a hidden mystery. However, the Indica queen is thought to be a result of crossing two landraces in the name of Thai and Afghani strains. A pure Northern lights strain is 95% plus Indica.

The cannabinoid profile for this strain is certainly one to marvel about. Every puff is crowned with a heavy 18%+ THC concentration. Its cannabidiol profile is a medium of what you get in a normal strain.

It is the Northern Lights so you expect it to be lit with colossal amounts of resin covering its equally colossal buds. The trichomes on this strain will at times take on a purple hue. The high resin amounts give the Northern Lights flowers a strong potency and solid effects. It is good growth for hash makers.

Soon after you get started on the Northern queen, a dreamy euphoria engulfs you settling your body into intense relaxation free from any muscle tensions. Being an Indica you must expect heavy sedation. If you are ridden with muscle tension, inflammation, or any form of aches and pains, get the Northern Lights flowers.

What do you get from a highly resinous bud? A pungent aroma is inevitable. Northern Lights strain offers you a sweet and spicy aroma. Its flavor is that of pine fitted with tones of earthiness. Northern Lights is a good evening smoke for the evening to weed out any insomnia for a good night’s sleep.

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According to its main breeder, Sensi Seeds, the strain can easily thrive even with the inevitable mistakes that first-time growers can make. One can still achieve a good percentage of its full potential thanks to the high tolerance. The plant is among the fastest when it comes to flowering periods. It is ready to be cured anywhere between 45 and 50 days just before its trichomes can start coming off.

 

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