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NORTHERN LIGHTS strain review

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NORTHERN LIGHTS 

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(Sativa 10%/ Indica 90%) Shiva Skunk X Super Silver Haze  X Afghani landrace X Thai landrace 

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Prize Winner, Cannabis Cup or another Cannabis Award

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Harvest XL, indoor 500 g/m2, outdoors 600g/plant

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7 – 9 weeks 

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THC 18.5%, CBD 0.10%

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Old school classic

warm, sunny climate with a long summer.

NORTHERN LIGHTS strain :

Northern Lights is a pure indicator of resinous buds, quick flowering, and resistance during development that is one of the most popular strains of all time. Northern Lights have produced well-known hybrids including Shiva Skunk and Super Silver Haze, a descendant of ancestral Afghani and Thai landrace strains. The legend has it that Northern Lights first brooked in the vicinity of Seattle, Washington, but after 1985 it spread to Sensi Seeds from Holland.

As it looks, the plant looks classically Indica. Buds are mostly light green with deep purple lines while their plant is low and bushy. Northern Lights has been turned into iconic strains such as Deep Purple and Shiva Skunk since its establishment.

The Northern Lights‘ reputation for swift action and an immediate hit is all about. For these reasons, in California, it has gained momentum and risen rapidly to one of the most demanded strains in the world.

There’s a very distinct flavor of Northern Lights. Her soft, spicy notes accompany you and are broken by a sour lime. Some have found that this strain smells a little ammonia, but this is a very reinforcing scent with the touch of citrus.

The taste of Northern Lights, without being overpowering, is very skunky and bustier. It points to new pines and a little sweetness blended with soil. There’s still a hint of lemon when smoked, and then a nice taste of grace can be left inside the mouth.

Overall, Northern Lights users rarely feel dizzy or have headaches, although occasionally it can occur. The normal cottonmouth, along with a dry eye feeling and a sense of being dehydrated, is the most frequently described negative effects.

Average yield

Northern Lights is a strain known to expand very quickly. It is an average plant with a relatively small number of different resinous buds. It is very small. It can be cultivated both inside and outside.

This strain takes 7 to 9 weeks to flower on average, but often after 7 weeks, it is ready for harvest. The average production of Northern Lights in a safe indoor setting is 500 grams per square meter.

This strain will produce a generous harvest if it is kept in its desired sunshine environment. This indicator will generate an average of 600 grams per plant and is normally ready in mid-October for harvest.

Medical use

Because of the heavy impact on the body side of the high Northern Lights variety, it can be apparent that this weed is excellent to help to engulf chronic pain, migraines, arthritis, and more.

Furthermore, Northern Lights beautifully aid with a lack of appetite and sleeplessness (insomnia). A higher dosage of Northern Lights cannabis could be needed for those who have an alignment with their wellbeing more physically so as to have all the effects to provide the most successful relief.

Consuming a larger dosage of the pot is all possible, consuming food, candy, living resin, concentrates, oils, and hashes. Northern Lights may also give serious relief to patients who suffer from psychiatric illnesses, especially those who are struggling with depression, anxiety, and stress.

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