Back in the Eighties Northern Lights was setting the standard by which other Indicas are still judged and she remains one of the most trusted names and most sought after varieties in modern cannabis culture. Northern Lights dominated the various harvest festivals for years and won prize after prize, and this led to several requests to pull back her from competitions so the competitors would get a chance to win a title.
NLX Special California developed a variety of cannabis which in the 60s of the 20th century Nederland was introduced and forms the basis for the present nederwiet.
The plant is mainly of the Cannabis Indica strain, but there are many intersections with other variations made to properties of said species to add to that of Northern Light, such as the longer growth of the Cannabis sativa plants. Northern Lights is one of the strongest types of weed.
Northern Light crossed variants include:
Northern Lights Special (NL special)
NLX stands for Northern Lights x White Widow.
NLX Special is compact, fast and very dense, capable of producing more trouble-free crops per year from seed or cuttings. Her frosted buds have a honey-musk aroma blended with an earthy Afghani undertone and a hint of juniper highly enticing when dried and smoked, yet remarkably understated when growing and flowering.
The combination of almost no smell, are easy to grow, with big yields and exceptional resin production which NLX Special the first choice for an Indica – both because of the quality and because of the yield.
The taste and effect of the NLX Special is also very close to the classic skunk cannabis strains. A clear relaxing high which is quickly noticeable in the head and then he slowly sags throughout your body. Through its suitability for Sea / Screen of Green proccessing, short flowering and high yield the NLX Special is a very good choice for the commercial and the novice grower.