NorthernLights Marijuana Strain

Northern-Lights
Northern Lights marijuana strain is one of the most renowned strains on the market today. It also has some of the highest THC content within all Indica strains and has a very quick flowering cycle in comparison to most other marijuana plants. There have been several modifications on Northern Lights over the years and currently the dominant version (NL5) is the main focus as the strain reduces the flowering cycle even more but lacks taste and smell, which could be a good option for people who have the need to conceal the aroma of the plants. Some variations of the strain have been modified to resist spider mites and can be ready for harvest in little over six weeks. For optimal results you will want to have a decent space and a lot of light, the yield is directly dependent on that factor. Northern Lights work well in almost all environments and will produce buds packed with resin as is the nature of Indica. Patients agree that Northern Lights helps for a wide array of conditions such as; nausea, stress, anxiety, insomnia, lack of appetite to name a few. Some of the more significant side effects are dry eyes and dry mouth. Marijuana Doctors 411 suggests drinking lots of liquids when ingesting Northern Lights. The difficulty of managing this plant is fairly straight forward and due to its short flowering cycle can be perfect for people who require a regular harvest. The potency is very consistent and thus makes for a perfect medicine. When cloning you would be able to harvest roughly every seven weeks between two to three ounces per harvest based on a three plant set-up. Obviously the yield would increase if the space and light exposure were to increase. If you have any questions relating to, Marijuana Dispensaries, Cannabis Cultivation, Dispensary locations and more, please feel free to check out our Weedpedia section for more information. If you cannot locate the answer our Marijuana Doctor 411 Staff is ready to handle your questions. 234x60 NorthernLights Marijuana Strain
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