The origin of Northern Lights marijuana is often debated, with some individuals claiming that the strain was first bred in Seattle. However, the consensus is that Sensi Seeds created it in the late 1980s in the Netherlands. Bred by combining the genetics of two powerful landrace strains, Afghani indica and Thai sativa, Northern Lights is a strongly indica-dominant hybrid with a reasonable THC content. Northern Lights weed has five popular phenotypes, all of which are used by medical MMJ patients from the West Coast to NYC.
It offers dreamy and euphoric effects, often sending consumers into a blissful, altered reality, where they feel peacefully relaxed and physically lazy. As such, it is best to consume Northern Lights in the evening. It tends to induce happiness and plenty of genuine smiling. Users sometimes report light intoxicating effects that place a hazy glow over the world and cause life to appear more vibrant. You may also find yourself feeling creative and reflective for a short period. However, these effects will soon dissipate as tiredness and, eventually, sedation takes hold. Some users claim that Northern Lights helps them get a great night’s sleep. Then they wake up feeling refreshed and lively in the morning without experiencing any weed hangover.