Northern Lights. Few strains come with as much widespread renown as Northern Lights, unarguably one of the most popular strains of all time.
An inbred descendant of original Afghani land-race strains, Northern Lights is a pure indica.
So THC levels can reach 16-21%, making this one of the most potent strains available on any market.
A couple hits is all it takes for most patient’s seeking this strain’s powerful body effects,
an upbeat mix of euphoria and physical relaxation.
CBD levels are less clear, but they certainly aren’t high enough to recommend this as a treatment for seizures or
other conditions that respond to CBD. Even so, Northern Lights is a highly useful medical strain,
effective at treating anxiety, pain, and insomnia, as well as lack of appetite.
Cottonmouth is common, as are red eyes, while other negative effects are much more limited.
This strain has a sweet, earthy flavor with hints of citrus. Northern Lights is most popular on
the West Coast and in Colorado, but it’s a favorite pretty much everywhere else marijuana can be found.
A stout, disease and mold-resistant plant with dark green, broad leaves, it seems apparent that this strain
is Afghani in origin.
There are several varieties of this strain that work their way into breeding stock for Sense Seeds.
this strain is rare these days and was the taller and frostier selection with a fresh scent;
this strain is more stout, piney-smelling, and very mite-resistant; is the most popular,
potent, and vigorous one and this strain is a super-rare cut once held by Nevil Schoenmaker that was use to
breed and then disappear.
With its longstanding history and popularity, this strain is in high-demand in most legal cannabis markets.
Since it can be hard to come by at the dispensary, many home growers enjoy cultivating Northern Lights.
Selecting the right marijuana seeds is important when cultivating this strain,
and growers who want consistent results should look for feminized seeds to ensure a reliable harvest.