Few strains happen with as many public renown as Northern Lights, inarguably one of the common popular strains of all time. An innate descendant of true Afghani landrace strains, Northern Lights is a true Indica. THC levels can transfer 16-18%, giving this one of the most powerful strains open on any market. A couple of singles is all it needs for most patients trying this strain’s strong body effects, an upbeat mix of elation, and physical rest. CBD levels are less obvious, but they surely aren’t high enough to support this as a way for seizures or other conditions that respond to CBD. Even so, Northern Lights is a very useful medical strain, effective at treating stress, pain, and insomnia, as well as the loss of appetite. Cottonmouth is popular, as are red eyes, while other adverse results are much more restricted. This strain produces a sweet, earthy taste with traces of citrus. Northern Lights is most common on the West Coast and in Colorado, but it’s popular pretty much wherever else marijuana can be found.
What is Budder?
Budder was first created back in the 1990s. It began with the creation of liquid marijuana honey oil. This oil was refined into shatter or glass before finally being made into budder. In general, budder is extracted via CO2 or butane.
How to consume Budder?
You can dab budder with a dab rig, vaporizer, or vape pen, or add small amounts to smokable cannabis flower.
How to store Budder?
Store your budder in a cool, dark place in an airtight container.