Sativa qualities from an Indica strainFor those unfamiliar, Northern Lights is a highly sought-after strain of cannabis known for its powerful relaxing and euphoric effects. It is a pure Indica strain, which should means it primarily affects the body, rather than the mind. But Northern Lights is different. It also messes with mind in a powerful way.
Unlike other strainsAs a regular smoker, I have had many experiences with different strains of cannabis, from the classic “skunk” to the more exotic “Thai Haze” and “Blue Dream” strains. However, back in my teens. I had never tried Northern Lights before, and I was excited to see what this legendary strain had to offer. I first acquired some high-quality Northern Lights cannabis from a local breeder on Vancouver Island. The buds were dense, sticky, and covered in trichomes, which are the tiny crystal-like structures on the surface of the buds that contain the majority of the plant’s THC and other cannabinoids. The aroma was a sweet and earthy, with a hint of pine.
Let the fun beginI took a few hits from my pipe and waited for the effects to take hold. Immediately my eyes glazed over in a pink film. I thought maybe I had already taken too much. But then, suddenly, I felt a wave of relaxation wash over me. It was a deep, body-numbing sensation that seemed to start at the crown of my head and radiate outwards through the rest of my body. I was able to take another hit and improve on these feelings. As the effects continued to build, I felt my mind start to slow down and become more introspective. I was able to focus on my breath and let go of any thoughts or worries that were weighing on me. I felt a sense of calm and contentment that I had never experienced before.
Vivid imagesI lay back and let the music wash over me. The sounds seemed to take on a new dimension and depth, and I felt as if I were being transported to another place entirely. I closed my eyes and let my mind wander, and I was amazed at the vivid and intricate patterns and imagery that appeared before me.
Transcendent experienceThe experience was truly transcendent, and I felt as if I were in a state of pure bliss. I had no worries or cares, and I felt a deep sense of connection with the world around me. It’s difficult to put into words the profound and transcendent experience that I had while smoking Northern Lights cannabis on Vancouver Island. It was unlike anything I had ever experienced before, and it left me with a deep sense of awe and wonder at the vastness and complexity of the universe. It is important to note that there are significant differences between smoking Northern Lights and Thai Haze cannabis. Northern Lights is a pure Indica strain, which should mean it primarily affects the body, rather than the mind. But it effects both equally. Thai Haze, on the other hand, is a Sativa-dominant hybrid, and it affects the mind is a more energizing way. It’s important to be aware of these differences so you know what to expect. With NL, you don’t get an Indica experience alone, so be ready.
Cannabis for introspectionIn conclusion, my experience smoking Northern Lights cannabis on Vancouver Island was one of the most profound and transcendent experiences of my life. It opened my eyes to the true potential of this plant as a tool for relaxation and introspection. I strongly recommend that anyone who is curious about this powerful and wonderful strain of cannabis should give it a try. In the end, I would like to invite you to share your own experiences with Northern Lights or other cannabis strains. Share your thoughts and feelings in the comments section
Mr. BC Seeds
Mr. BC Seeds is an over educated old school hippy who has been involved in the cannabis industry since the 1970's. He is one of the most experienced marijuana breeders in Canada if not the entire world. He was the first to use the most advanced breeding techniques in 2008 to create 42 of the world's strongest cannabis strains. He has been writing in-depth articles about cannabis in Canada for decades and looks forward to continue bringing you cutting edge cannabis strains for the decades to come. Mr. BC Seeds uses a "pen name" because he still travels the world collecting cannabis strains and continues researching cannabis in laboratories of non-legalized countries.
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