Daily Smoker - Northern Lights: The perfect all-rounder
Viewed as both a classic and a highly (no pun intended) influential strain by the cannabis community, Northern Lights is very much immortalised as a legendary strain. With its long and rich heritage somewhat shrouded in mystery it has undeniably withstood the test of time - continuing to produce some of the finest bud in the world.
It is thought that the original Northern lights was a pure Afghani indica, of which was later spliced with a bit of Thai sativa - explaining the hybrids fruity undertones and psychedelic properties.
Northern Lights is blessed with an extremely gratifying taste and aroma. One that is chock full of flavours - fruity citrus, fresh pine not to mention subtle earthy undertones for good measure. It may appear like an odd mix, but it sure does work!
The high you get from Northern Lights is one of a notably Indica dominant nature, with that said it does however leave room for snippets of sativa to seep through. Extremely potent (as you might've guessed), you'll feel completely relaxed from head to toe - washing away all aches and pains in the process. The subtle sativa (as previously mentioned) gets to work uplifting the mind and enhancing clarity. It is truly a great combination that enables you to truly feel at ease whilst retaining an alert frame of mind. Seasoned smokers will know this particular high very well indeed.
Medical cannabis users will find the mixed high greatly advantageous when it comes to treating various ailments. Symptoms relating to chronic pain, arthritis, muscle spasms, migraines, stress, anxiety and loss of appetite will all been notably relieved.
A spectacle in every way possible, Northern Lights grows with both sativa and indica characteristics. It's relatively tall stature , large inter-node spacing and long thin green leaves, can all be attributed to its sativa roots.
Northern Lights when grown indoors will reach heights of around 1.2m and tends to flower at the 7-8 week mark. If you choose to grow it outside (climate permitted) then you can expect it to be ready for harvesting towards the latter half of September. In terms of yields Northern Lights produces in the region of 500g/m2 - talk about plenty of bud, sweat and cheers.
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