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Northern Lights Cannabis Strain
The Indica-dominant Northern Lights (previously CI #5 F1) has won multiple awards. Growers, medicinal patients, and recreational users have positive things to say about this strain, making it a strong contender for the title of 1 of the most famous Indica strains of all time. The strain is widely distributed among dispensaries on the West Coast and Colorado.
Northern Lights, often called a “two-hit and stop” strain, sends the body into a blissfully numb and lazy state. Even at smaller doses, first-time users may find that even wanting to sit on the sofa & listen to the “call of munchies” is too much for them to handle.
It’s not only a physical high; there’s also a pleasant sensation of well-being and joy. Those who have used it before report feeling more focused and imaginative. Dry eyes & mouth, dizziness, & increased paranoia and anxiety are the usual undesirable side effects that remain at greater doses.
Growing Northern Lights Seeds
Growing Northern Lights isn’t too difficult for the average gardener. On average, you are guaranteed an excellent harvest after the blossoming period, which lasts only around seven to eight weeks. The number of buds harvested on the very first try would astound even the most inexperienced growers.
It is a breeder’s favorite because it is exceptionally stable and fundamental and is known for its predictability. It will always carry on the mother’s qualities to the F1 breed. The Northern Lights are brisk, close-knit, and highly dense.
The Northern Lights strain is well-known for its simple clonability and general resilience. It is a hardy plant that is resistant to disease and pests and does not suffer from bud rot. Additionally, it can withstand spider mites and is extremely simple to cultivate with little bother or anxiety. Because of this, it is an excellent choice for growing cannabis plants outside in areas that are on the cooler side.
It is a resilient plant that can be grown outside and prefers when the soil is arid with very few fertilizers. It thrives in any container size and can reach enormous proportions if given supplementary light at the start of the growing season. Because of its low odor, ease of cultivation, large yields, and exceptional resin production, Northern Lights is the first preference of the Indica gene pool. This is true for both the high quality demanded by connoisseurs and the very satisfying yields insisted upon by commercial growers.
Northern Lights Weed Taste & Smell
Looking at Northern Lights’ buds, one can immediately tell that this is a beautiful strain. Because of the density of the buds and the lengthy sections between the calyxes and the stems, trimming is now simpler than ever. The buds are covered in trichomes that have a frosty appearance and nearly give the impression that they compete for space with the golden pistils.
When inhaling Northern Lights, one of the first aromas that hit the nose is a pungent skunky odor, which, despite being noticeable, does not entirely overpower the other aromas. This is to be expected from any Afghani strain. A fresh and earthy scent is also there, and it smells very much like citrus fruits and pine trees mixed.
Smokers report a sweet and tangy impact on the inhale, and on the exhale, the taste settles into a more earthy profile. All of those aromas show very well in the taste as well. The smoke usually is relatively smooth; some have even characterized it as having a “buttery” quality. However, it might become harsher after a lengthy session or two or three puffs and induce some coughing episodes.
Northern Lights Marijuana Effects
This bodily high is accompanied by a pleasant feeling of well-being and contentment in the user. According to some reports, more experienced users also perceive a rise in their levels of creativity and focus. The typical adverse effects, such as dry eyes and mouth, dizziness, and feelings of paranoia and anxiety when taken in higher quantities, are still present.
Use of Northern Lights is strongly encouraged in the evenings, as is the case with the vast majority of its ancestors and descendants that is Indica-dominant. Because it is composed of almost entirely Indica genetics (95%), with only 5% coming from Sativa, it is known for its potent sedative effects. It is also frequently chosen because of its ability to alleviate the symptoms of anxiety and stress. Many people select it because it gives them an intense body high, which also helps them break free from the chains of their chronic pain. Those who are suffering from eating disorders such as anorexia can benefit from the drug because of its powerful ability to stimulate appetite.