NORTHERN LIGHTS STRAIN OVERVIEW
The Northern Lights strain, also known as NL, is a highly popular and coveted hybrid that has played a significant role in the development of the cannabis industry. This first-generation strain was created through the cross-breeding of two heirloom strains. Its heritage can be traced in numerous iconic strains such as Chronic, Super Silver Haze, and White Widow.
Designed to cater to a wide range of consumers, Northern Lights can be used for therapeutic purposes or simply for recreation. Its top-shelf status is solidified by its impressive record of awards and recognition in various cannabis competitions, earning it more cups than most strains on the market.
WHAT ARE THE ORIGIN AND GENETIC COMPOSITION OF NORTHERN LIGHTS FEMINIZED SEEDS?
Northern Lights feminized seeds are known for offering a near-pure Indica experience, with a genetic composition of 90% Indica and 10% Sativa. The strain is created by crossing a cerebral Thai Sativa with the renowned Afghani Indica, resulting in THC levels that range from 15% to 22% and CBD levels that are less than 1%.
The origin of Northern Lights is somewhat of a mystery, with some sources suggesting that it was first bred in Seattle, Washington in the 1970s by a breeder known as “The Indian,” while others claim that it originated in California prior to The Indian’s breeding efforts. Regardless of its exact origin, Northern Lights is widely recognized as a revolutionary strain.
The buds of Northern Lights are visually appealing, featuring dark green leaves with purple specks, deep orange pistils, and a shiny layer of trichomes. The plants grow to a maximum height of 120cm and tend to be bushier than average.
WHAT DOES CONSUMING NORTHERN LIGHTS FLOWERS FEEL LIKE?
Consuming Northern Lights flowers is a relaxing and calming experience that is perfect for unwinding after a long day. As an Indica hybrid, it has a sedative effect on the body while still allowing for mental clarity. In higher doses, it can produce hallucinogenic effects, including altered realities and visual experiences.
The effects of Northern Lights can be felt after just a few puffs and start with a tingling sensation that spreads from the head to the toes, leaving the consumer feeling relaxed and calm. They are likely to feel “couch-locked,” happy, introspective, and even giddy, with laughter often being an unavoidable side effect. Ultimately, sleep will likely take over as the effects persist.
WHAT DO NORTHERN LIGHTS FEMINIZED SEEDS SMELL AND TASTE LIKE?
Northern Lights feminized seeds have a distinctive and enjoyable scent and flavor profile. The aroma is subtle, yet earthy, sweet, citrusy, and piney, and is sure to fill the room once it hits the nose.
The taste is reminiscent of freshly cut lemons, blended with hints of pine, earthiness, and candy notes, resulting in a refreshing and unique smoking experience. The dominant terpenes found in this strain are Myrcene, Caryophyllene, and Pinene.
HOW TO GROW NORTHERN LIGHTS FEMINIZED SEEDS
Northern Lights feminized seeds are a great option for both novice and intermediate growers, as they are relatively easy to cultivate and tolerant of minor growing mistakes. The plant can be grown both indoors and outdoors and thrives in warm, moderately humid environments. Additionally, it is known for its resistance to mold, powdery mildew, and common plant diseases.
Growers have the option of using either soil or hydroponic growing methods, as long as all environmental factors such as lighting, temperature, humidity, nutrients, and water levels are optimized.
After 7 to 8 weeks of flowering, Northern Lights has the potential to produce an above-average yield of 500g/m² indoors and 600g/plant outdoors.
|WHERE TO GROW
|500 to 700 grams
|500 to 700 grams
|Calming, Euphoric, Relaxed, Sleepy, Uplifted
|Diesel, Earthy, Pepper, Pine, Spicy