Northern Lights Feminized Strain is one of the world’s famous cannabis strains that has revolutionized the marijuana industry in the last three decades. This cannabis strain was first bred in Seattle in the late 1970s, and it eventually made its way to Holland, in which it created 11 new Indica plants under the expert guidance of a master breeder. This cannabis strain is a cross between Thai Sativa and Afghani landrace and is sure to have an impressive large yield of fresh buds, firm structure, and rapid growth. This cannabis strain provides a profound sedative effect that could know even the most experienced users. These cannabis strains have a nearly all-female crop, ensuring a stress-free growing procedure.
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Type: 70% Indica 30% Sativa
Genetics Parents: Thai Sativa x Afghani landrace
Flowering Period: 9-10 Weeks
Climate: Mediterranean Climate
Yield: 400-550 grams
Flavors: Woody, Spicy, Sour, Sweet, Pine, Flower
THC Level: 15%
CBD Level: 0.9%
Height: 80-200 cm Tall
Harvest Period: September
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
A blast of cerebral euphoria will flood you over soon after you light up this cannabis strain and take a few puffs. It improves your mood quickly by removing any negative vibes that are frustrating you. It’s an Indica-dominant strain; you can expect a very calming and potent high that will make you want to settle down on a couch. This strain’s soothing effects can relieve exhaustion, stress, muscle tension, and other aches and pains, making it ideal for unwinding after a long tiring day. Regardless of the good psychoactive effect, it is always best to start low and slow. With hints of cedarwood, hashish, sandalwood, and oak, this cannabis strain tempts the senses with a pine-like, musky smell. It has a spicy aftertaste and floral and sweet flavors that linger after exhaling.
Northern Lights Feminized has also been shown to be beneficial in treating pain due to its high CBC content. Its efficacy ensures that pains and aches from different disorders are relieved. The use of this cannabis strain has also helped medical marijuana patients who have mental health issues. The Northern Lights Indica Feminized can help with anxiety, OCD, PTSD, and other mental health issues. This cannabis strain has a strong relaxant that could help people with insomnia and sleeping disorders. Northern Lights Indica Feminized has also proved to be an effective treatment for cancer patients who have lost their appetite because of chemotherapy and radiation therapy. It can also help alleviate nausea and effectively suppress hunger.
It is uncommon for Northern Lights consumers or growers to feel lightheaded or have a headache, but it occasionally happens. Cottonmouth is the most frequently recorded side effect, along with dry eyes and a sense of dehydration.
Northern Lights Feminized Strain has all the classic Indica characteristics, as you would expect. It has a dense structure, thick branches, small internodal spacing, and resinous and dense colas. Plant diseases, mildew, and severe weather conditions don’t stand a chance against this strain. This cannabis strain is perfect for newbie growers because of its outstanding qualities. Northern Lights Feminized is easy and simple to grow indoors because of its small size. You have to keep the temperature around 70 to 80°F and humidity levels around 40 to 50 percent in controlled areas and install an effective ventilation system. It would help if you pruned unwanted foliage to avoid moisture accumulation and mold build-up. A combination of the Sea of Green and hydroponic growing methods would result in rapid development. It would make the vegetating process faster, and it would also improve the quality product. After only 6 to 8 weeks of flowering, prepare to harvest 1.8 ounces of trichome-laden buds for every square foot when grown under ideal conditions. Planting in the open air is also a viable alternative. Northern Lights Feminized is a sun-loving plant that can produce around 17 ounces of big nuggets by the 1st week of October in the right conditions.