Northern Lights Regular Marijuana Strain Specifications
Type: 70% Indica 20% Sativa 10% Ruderalis
Genetics Parents: Thai x Afghani x Ruderalis
Flowering Period: 8 Weeks
Climate: Sunny, Mediterranean
Yield: 150g to 250g
Flavors: Sweet, Pine, Lemon, Citrus, Skunk, Earthy
THC Level: 15.08%
CBD Level: 0.90%
Height: 100-125 cm
Harvest Period: September
Growing Difficulty: Easy
What are the Flavor and Effects of Northern Lights Regular?
Northern Lights has a skunky, full-bodied taste that isn’t too overpowering. It smells like pine needles and dirt, with a touch of sweetness. When smoking, a hint of citrus can be detected, and this can leave a delicious, dank aftertaste in your mouth. The smell of Northern Lights is unmistakable. Pleasant and sour notes accompany you through, characterized by a slight bit of bitter lime. Some people have mentioned that this strain has an ammonia smell, but with the touch of lemon, it’s a somewhat energizing smelling strain.
This marijuana has dreamlike and euphoric properties built all over it. It often transports users to a delightful, altered reality in which they can be profoundly comfortable and mentally lazy. Because of this total letting go, it’s better to consume Northern Lights weed after the sun has set, rather than during the day, to appreciate these powerful Indica qualities fully. Users have recorded gentle psychoactive effects that position a hazy glow over the area and create life feel more vivid. The Northern Lights strain has a natural tendency to trigger pleasure and lots of sincere smiling. The mind may become inspired to be imaginative or even thoughtful at times. Still, both of these symptoms disappear into tiredness over time, resulting in sedation as the end product of Northern Lights. It would be satisfying to wake up vibrant and fresh the following day after such a long night of these body-melting pleasures, though Northern Lights doesn’t trigger any next-day “hangover” experiences.
What are the Medical Benefits of Northern Lights Regular?
Northern Lights is a preference of people looking to relieve acute discomfort as well as emotional disturbances. It is often recommended for its superior medical abilities. The upbeat personality of this strain helps to alleviate mood swings and depression. Northern Lights has also been shown to help treat pain due to its high CBD content. Its efficacy means that pains and cramps from PMS, arthritis, muscle spasms, annoying bowel movements, and other disorders are eased. The use of this strain has also helped patients who’ve been diagnosed with psychiatric illnesses. The Northern Lights strain could aid with OCD, panic disorder, chronic anxiety, and PTSD signs and side effects. It is a good relaxant that can help people with insomnia and restlessness to fall asleep.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Northern Lights Regular
The most prominent side effects of the Northern Lights marijuana strain are cottonmouth and dry eyes, as in most marijuana strains. Dry mouth is quickly managed with a bit of extra planning; drink lots of hydrating beverages before, during, and after your Northern Lights session.
How to Grow Northern Lights Regular
The Northern Lights strain has many good qualities, but it’s also really fast to develop. It is resistant to diseases, rats, worms, mold, powdery mildew, and other pests, and it is relatively easy to maintain. It’s also simple to grow both indoor and outdoor, and it only achieves a medium height. Northern Lights must grow in the right conditions while they are grown outside. Cultivation is ideal for a warm, balmy Mediterranean climate, such as that found in Northern Africa and California. The harvest period falls in September. Indoor cultivation must be maintained at steady temperatures of 70 degrees F and 75% humidity for optimum output. Northern Lights could be grown using hydroponics or soil-based techniques. The Northern Lights’ flowering period is, on average, is just eight weeks long.