The cannabis strain that even your grandmother knows about. This beast of a marijuana plant is one of the most notorious and popular strains that everybody and their brother has to try at least once in their life.
Though, after just once partaking in this fine beauty, you’re going to want to smoke her . . . then vape her . . . then smoke her again then . . . well you get the picture. Because if you don’t immediately fall in love with her because of the rich spicy and sweet flavors, then you surely will when you feel that high takes you like a storm. But let’s talk more about those classic award-winning flavors!
They are the goldilocks of flavors when it comes to just the right amount of spiciness and the perfect dose of sweetness, which is wonderful since both those flavors can often be too much for some. Her high will obliterate stress and put your mind at ease. You may feel a bit tired after smoking for an extended time, but that’s about the only negative. And that’s with heavy, prolong session, so it’s pretty easy to get your preferred high from this kickass strain.
Our tip for this strain: Northern Lights has a super fast flowering time and stays incredibly short in height, but don’t be fooled into thinking your yield will be anything less than impressive. It’s a great strain to learn how to grow and since it’s a classic, there is world of literature on it that will help guide you to blossom these seeds into an amazing plant.
What we love about this strain: Incredibly short, huge yield, classic indica high, fantastic flavor, and she’s incredibly low maintenance making her perfect for first-time growers, those that need a lot of marijuana fast, and/or are short on space.
Quote from a customer: “Very dense buds with a strong intense high. Can make you dizzy so you’ll want to sit down and watch a movie. Strong grower and has a good yield. 3oz+ is not uncommon with this plant. Perfect for stealth grow as it has little smell while growing and flowering in comparison to many. I even got 3oz off using 8 75W equivalent CFL’s with this on one of my first grows.” – Glenn L.