Aurora Borealis is for those users who love strong and warm body high. With the right environment, Aurora Borealis can provide high yields. No wonder why many cannabis growers love this plant. This strain is not only resilient but it also has a fast maturation time. Also known as AB, Aurora Borealis originated in the Netherlands and is one of the most popular medical marijuana strains today.
Type: Balanced Hybrid Strain, 50% Sativa / 50% Indica
Flowering: 9 to 10 weeks
Climate: Warm and sunny Mediterranean
Yield: Medium to high
Flavors: Chocolate, skunky, sweet, chocolate, flower, woody
THC Level: 15% to 22%
Growing Difficulty: Easy
What are the Effects of Aurora Borealis?
Aurora Borealis can deliver warm body high. It can also give the user euphoric and cerebral effects. This strain is quite powerful and the effects can easily spread throughout your body. Aurora Borealis users claim that the effects start in in the forehead and then gently creeps all throughout the body. If you want to get stoned in both mind and body, then Aurora Borealis is the perfect strain for you.
What are the Medical Benefits of Aurora Borealis?
Aurora Borealis is one of the best therapeutic strains out there that can help individuals who have ADD or ADHD. It is also great for relieving headaches, arthritis, muscle spasms, and chronic pain. Aurora Borealis is also useful to patients who are suffering from cancer since it is effective in boosting one’s appetite. Numerous physicians and doctors are also recommending Aurora Borealis to patients who have mood disorders and Bipolar Disorders.
What are the Negative Effects That You Can Expect from Aurora Borealis?
One of the negative effects that you can get from Aurora Borealis is dryness of mouth and eyes. After smoking this strain, you will feel dehydrated. And so it is essential that you have a water or soda near you. Slight dizziness and a little paranoia can also occur.
Tips for Growing Aurora Borealis
As mentioned earlier, Aurora Borealis can give you heavy yields. Just make sure that you plant them in a warm and sunny environment. You should also provide sufficient light if you are planting Aurora Borealis indoors.