Northern Lights, formerly known as CI # 5 F1, is an award-winning Indica-dominant tribe. This strain is well accepted by breeders, medical patients and recreational consumers and is perhaps one of the most popular Indica tribes of all time. The tribe is readily available in dispensaries across the West Coast and Colorado.
Many known as the two hit and give up, Northern Lights drive the body in a miraculous, stunned way. The desire to sit on the couch and listen to munchies’ call can be unusual for beginners even in smaller doses.
To follow this high body is a beautiful feeling of well-being and happiness. Some experienced users are encouraged with increased creativity and focus.
Average negative views still exist – dry mouth and eyes, dizziness, paranoia and anxiety in higher doses
Like most of its ancestors and descendants in Indica, northern lights are highly recommended for evening use and insomnia. It is one of the purest strains of Indica (95% Indica, 5% Sativa) which makes it very soothing. It is also often chosen to alleviate the effects of stress and anxiety. Many choose it for a heavy body, to wash their chains from chronic pain. And strong effects on appetite are used to help those suffering from eating disorders like anorexia.
The exact nature and history of the Northern Lights are hidden in secrecy, but it is commonly believed to be a mixture of two blocks of landrace – Thailand and Afghanistan. We know that the tribe was consumed in the Netherlands and only in recent years has it begun to travel to America.
The stem blooms for six to eight weeks and yields up to 125 grams per square meter. In an average greenhouse condition, Northern Lights produce about 100 grams per plant. This strain is a decisive choice for those who prefer quality and simplicity over quantity. However, since his appearance on the medical scene, many imitations and many breeders have crossed that with something, but kept the same name.