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Northern Lights


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About the strain

Northern Lights

"Northern Lights, also known as ""NL,"" is a renowned indica strain resulting from crossing Afghani and Thai landrace strains. Its origin remains somewhat mysterious, possibly emerging in 1970s Washington before reaching the Netherlands. The THC content of Northern Lights typically averages around 18%. The dominant terpenes of Northern Lights are Myrcene, Caryophyllene, and Limonene, giving it a harmonious spicy and sweet flavor. Breeder Neville Schoenmaker was instrumental in developing various Northern Lights phenotypes in the 1980s for The Seed Bank, an early version of Sensi Seeds. This iconic strain delivers euphoric effects, inducing muscle relaxation and mental ease. Northern Lights is particularly cherished by medical cannabis users for relieving depression, stress, pain, and insomnia. Its status as a sought-after ""Indica"" strain further cements its place in cannabis lore."


Afghani, Thai landrace


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