Northern Lights is one of the most famous and sought-after “Indica” strains of all time. Considered a descendant of Afghani and Thai landrace strains, the exact origin of it remains a bit of a mystery. It may have originated in Washington in the 1970s, prior to reaching the Netherlands, where breeder Neville Schoenmaker pioneered several Northern Lights phenotypes in the ’80s for The Seed Bank, an early iteration of Sensi Seeds.
Since 1985, when Sensi Seeds first commercialized this strain, it has been a landmark Indica strain in cannabis culture. Northern Lights #5 — arguably the most popular Northern Lights phenotype — won the Cannabis Cup in 1989, 1990, and 1992. Sensi Seeds currently offers feminized, non-feminized, and autoflowering Northern Lights seeds.
THC levels can reach 16-21%, making this one of the most potent strains available on any market. A couple hits is all it takes for most patient’s seeking this strain’s powerful body effects, an upbeat mix of euphoria and physical relaxation. CBD levels are less clear, but they certainly aren’t high enough to recommend this as a treatment for seizures or other conditions that respond to CBD. Even so, it is a highly useful medical strain, effective at treating anxiety, pain, and insomnia, as well as lack of appetite.
Cottonmouth is common, as are red eyes, while other negative effects are much more limited. This strain has a sweet, earthy flavour with hints of citrus. the strain is most popular on the West Coast and in Colorado, but it’s a favourite pretty much everywhere else marijuana can be found.
THC 21%, Indica
Seeds: Sensi Seeds
Cross Breeding: a descendant of Afghani and Thai landrace
Flavours: Pine, Spicy, Sweet, Woody
Effects: Euphoria, Happy, Relaxing, Sleepy
Cannabis Flowers for medical purpose, age 20 and above only. Not for use by pregnant women or while breastfeeding.
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