Northern Lights Auto-Flowering Feminized Cannabis Seeds
The original Northern Lights strain from which our feminized cannabis seeds was derived, was bred as 11 separate plants, three of which were designated the best of the best. The Growers Choice auto-flowering variety of Northern Lights was developed from these choice varieties, paired with the genes of the ruderalis cannabis species. The addition of this small, stocky breed gives Northern Lights auto-flowering the ability to automatically move from the vegetative to the flowering stage without any change in hours of light.
Best Northern Lights Strain
An Indica-dominant strain with dark green leaves and resinous purple flowers, Northern Lights Auto-flowering has a sweet and spicy flavor. In addition to the all-over relaxation created by the strain’s 80% India make-up, you’ll most likely experience a gentle euphoria leading to a happy calm, thanks to the small amount of sativa present in the plant.
An excellent medicinal strain that grants users a delicious, full-body high, Northern Lights cannabis seeds are often chosen for use in medical marijuana testing,; our auto-flowering strain offers the same benefits pursued by medical professionals. Among its many treatment uses, Northern Lights is suggested for muscle relaxation and relief of chronic and acute aches and pain including migraines; it can also help you shut off your brain, lessening insomnia, and soothe away the lingering effects of depression, anxiety, and stress.
Like many cannabis strains, Northern Lights has a tendency to encourage appetite and is often sought out by people undertaking chemotherapy treatments or struggling with eating disorders.
Northern Lights Strain Yield
Perhaps another reason Northern Lights Auto-Flowering cannabis seeds continue to be so popular is the relative ease with which the plants can be grown. Like most auto-flowering strains, our Northern Lights seeds do best when germinated and planted in an indoor, hydroponic environment, with our without soil. With an average flowering time of 50 to 60 days, gardeners can expect to harvest a moderate amount of flowers (up to 500 grams per square meter) in around 8 weeks.