Northern Lights Genetics
Most believe Northern Lights originates from the Seattle area, Washington. In 1985 the strain fell into the capable hands of Sensi Seeds. After which the breeders began improving its Afghani Indica and Thai sativa genetics. And before long Northern Lights had taken the cannabis world by storm.
Northern Lights Effects
Like its taste and smell, Northern Light’s effects are in typical indica fashion. Muscles loosen, nerves relax and the mind ebbs. A blissful state of euphoric calm undisturbed by racy sativa genetics.
Northern Lights Terpene Profile
Northern Lights has the classic flavor and aroma of a pure indica. A rich, herbal and earthy bouquet with a subtle sweet undertone.
Medical Benefits Northern Lights
Both THC and CBD have been found to have pain-relieving qualities that are thought to amplify when the cannabinoids work together. CBD is also known for its anti-inflammatory properties. The moderate THC and CBD level of this strain may, therefore, be somewhat useful for arthritis, joint pain, muscle aches, fibromyalgia, and headaches and migraines.
How to Grow Northern Lights
Northern Lights delivers the best yield when grown indoors. The plant does well outdoors but only in warmer climates. It’s an ideal strain for the Sea Of Green (SOG) growing method and is very well suited for multiple branch training. Another plus is that Northern Lights needs only a moderate amount of nutrients. The plant will reach its flowering stage within 7 to 8 weeks. Once matured, growers can enjoy its frosty-white trichome covered buds.