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What’s in a Strain: Northern Lights

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The Strain: Northern Lights


Northern Lights is a true indica-dominant strain descended from indigenous Thai and Afghani landrace strains. With some debate on the exact origin, the overall consensus seems to be that the flower was originally propagated out of the Netherlands after 1985 at what is now Sensi Seeds. With a high amount of THC and plenty of CBG (Cannabigerol), this sweet and spicy bud is perfect for the upcoming family holiday.


The Chemistry: Northern Lights


Northern Lights is a beautiful densely packed bud with a dark olive-green color lined with streaks of purple. The crystal-coated  buds house brassy, yet deeply orange pistils. The top terpenes in Northern Lights, provided by the strain’s imprint on Connect , consist of Myrcene, Beta-Caryophyllene, and Pinene. Creating a strong herbal, peppery, and citrusy aroma and flavor. A perfect accompaniment to your favorite Thanksgiving dish. 


We believe this strain is perfect for Thanksgiving due to its tendency to induce happiness and genuine smiling. (Every strain creates different effects for each user.) The strain provides relaxing, euphoric effects and tends to root out stress and anxiety. Making it the perfect pairing for the upcoming holiday. Between a day of feasting on mouthwatering food and this strain, the effects eventually fade into tiredness causing the end results to be sedation. This particular strain is quintessential for a day around family. 


Aroma Profile


Beta-Caryophyllene: Cinnamon spice, pepper

Myrcene: Sour funky mango

Pinene: Pine needles, floral pine, sweet


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