Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: This danky, spicy and incredibly skunky bud will certainly alleviate many of your symptoms. The high sets in fairly rapidly and lasts just shy of 2 hours, gently cradling you into a relaxed state or even sleep.
Originating from the Pacific Northwest, Aurora Borealis was eventually brought to Holland where it has gained much popularity. These buds are big and sticky with a smooth yet powerful aroma. She grows of average height, producing a heavy to very heavy yield. In rare cases, outdoor Aurora Borealis has produced over 14 pounds of buds. When grown using the Sea of Green technique, this strain will reward growers with 1 to 1 ˝ ounces per plant. The SOG technique is also the preferred method for indoor cultivation of Aurora Borealis. She’s a great all-around strain that can thrive in many climates. She also requires little to no topping unless a longer vegetation period is desired. She grows huge colas that can be infested with tri-chromes.
Seen in some Northern California dispensaries, as well as other clubs, Aurora Borealis typically goes for $50 an eighth. Despite the fact that this strain is 50/50 Indica/Sativa, the effect is more like that of an Indica-dominant strain. Grab this precious stuff whenever you see it, because it isn’t too common.
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