Northern Lights Marijuana is believed to have origins in the Pacific Northwest regions of North America. Back in time of the 1970’s around California to Seattle, USA to British Columbia, Canada. Known to be an original indica strain, schools of thought will argue for the hybrid case. Most phenotypes indicate an Afghan indica. Some Thai sativa phenotypes entered the scene later on in life because of vigorous cross breeding. The F series of cannabis strains now begins.
Northern Lights Marijuana F Hybrid Series Story
Back in the 1980’s it was known there were eleven northern lights marijuana plants numbered #1 through #11 with #5 being the most potent. Northern Lights Marijuana #1 was an Afghan indica characterized with one main stalk, overall short compact plant with a moderate sweet smell. Northern Lights Marijuana #2 became a more sturdy, Christmas tree shape, with a more earthy odor. It is believed Thai sativa was hybridized to the strain at this point. All the other numbers were northern lights hybrids. Northern Lights Marijuana #5 is now becoming the commonly available plant and the most potent, winning the famous Cannabis Cup award.