Northern Lights Marijuana Strain


THC: 16% - 21%

Few strains come with as much widespread renown as Northern Lights, inarguably one of the most popular strains of all time. An inbred descendant of original Afghani landrace strains, Northern Lights is a pure indica. 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, Northern Lights 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 flavor with hints of citrus. Northern Lights is most popular on the West Coast and in Colorado, but it's a favorite pretty much everywhere else marijuana can be found.
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I've always loved Northern Lights. It has a smell to it that I've always been a fan of and love, and the taste is nice and fruity, with a sweet and earthy tone to it. It has a nice couch-lock effect, for me anyway, and helps me to unwind. Relaxing and will help me sleep comfortably every time I need it to. I recommend this to anyone looking for a nice, strong strain that will help with pain, and insomnia. A classic strain for a reason.

Best Northern Lights I've ever had.

Ok it is landrace strains crossed and original, but it won't get you high if you're like me. It tastes good, but low thc and effects. I recently wasted 70 bucks on a quarter of it. In todays world this is ditch weed

Very mellow, long-lasting high. Soft & easy to crunchle up, burns pretty good, and not too harsh. Thumbs up for me!

This has always been a fave strain. Recently found this strain in FECO oil form here in OK made by OK Purple and it’s some heavy hitting stuff. Great for pain, sleep, appetite loss, muscle spasms.

This was the first "KGB" I tried back in early 90s. After smoking Mexican brown and lower quality green for about a year, a very good friend of a friend came down from Eureka in Humboldt Co., the year The Chronic and Cypress Hill dropped. After a few big hits from a pipe, I was in pure cerebral, euphoric heaven with a body high to match. I remember we jammed (I played bass) for hours, then ate, and just hung out, taking few more hits. For hours and hours into early morn. Today's NL (in a legal state) is good, but nowhere close to the old school Chronic. Humboldt grown...toking, reminiscing...still a favorite in all it's more modern forms. ✌🏻

I've tried many and this is one of the best! Totally helps with calming down, appetite, sleeping, constant thinking, pain and depression. I definitely would recommend

For me, this strain seems to be a creeper. I haven’t seen anyone else mention this, though, there’s no question as time shifts I’m becoming more and more drawn into a deeper sense of relaxation. I’m usually strictly a sativa guy, except for late at night, though today I’ve been highly stressed and wanted to give this a whirl. At first I didn’t notice much, after 15 minutes, I am now in a total state of happy relaxation. I’m not ready to take a nap quite yet, but all the shat that was bothering me 20 minutes ago is gone. Maybe I’ll hit the hammock and check out cloud formations. Yeah, that’s what I’m up for. 😎🌱💨

Reminds me of the 90's and I'm an og. This was where I started smoking kind bud after years of shwaggy commercial bud. First grow was nl5 and silver haze and they were fire. The nl5 bud structure is solid and covered with orange hairs. Very recognizable bud. Great high and one of my all time favs.

Very good, classic strain! The effects were happy, calm, relaxing, hungry and some euphoria.

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