Aurora Borealis Seeds As its name would suggest, this strain is closely related to Northern Lights and the two are often confused. Popular in the Netherlands and gaining ground in Canada, this strain was specifically bred for indoor growth and hydroponics. It does well in most situations, however, and in cooler, temperate climates. The plants are quite large and, if left unpruned, will yield heavy returns. Aurora Borealis strain is an evenly split hybrid (50% sativa/50%
indica) strain created as a potent cross of the hugely popular Northern Lights X Skunk #1 strains that could grow indoors. This dank bud boasts a THC level that ranges from 15-20% and a myriad of surprisingly well-balanced indica and sativa effects. Users describe the Aurora Borealis high as leaning slightly towards indica effects, with a strong cerebral onset of a euphoric head high immediately accompanied by a strong physical onset of a warming body buzz. This buzz starts in your forehead behind your eyes and quickly spreads throughout your body, leaving you completely stoned in both mind and body and helplessly couch-locked. Surprisingly, the Aurora Borealis high ends gently, easing you back into functional movement and thought. Due to these potent effects, Aurora Borealis is ideal for treating conditions such as chronic pain, muscle spasms, and insomnia. These buds have an aroma of sweet skunky earth and a surprisingly pleasant taste reminiscent of Coca-Cola with a pungent hint of skunk upon exhale. Aurora Borealis weed buds have medium-sized dense dark forest green leafy nugs with deeply rich purple undertones, light purple hairs and a fine layer of crystal white trichomes
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