Not to be confused with CBD Nordle, this bud by Mr. Nice Seedbank comes with quite a history behind her. This cross between Afghani and Skunk was named after the code word for hashish that Mr. Nice himself would use in the 1960s and 1970s. Thankfully, this bud is legal in many states and won’t require any smuggling or secret verbiage.
At first glance, it may seem like Nordle isn’t worth the effort as her THC levels top out at 8%. However, CBD is almost always matched and offers a great time for both medical and recreational users. Her buds are very tight and cone-shaped, featuring both light and dark green tones with hints of purple. Definitely on the savory side of things, a mixture of earth and wood, specifically pine, will grace your palate as a sweeter scent with hints of citrus will fill the air.
Nordle has an interesting way of imparting her physical effects, as a unique blend of total relaxation is accompanied by motivation and focus. This bud in no way is designed to give you hours of endless energy, so don’t go giving up your morning coffee just yet, but she will help you to be more mentally clear. Talkative and upbeat in nature, this strain can help users to get things checked off of their to-do list before heading home for a relaxing comedown.
As if there was any question, Nordle is a fantastic option for treating occasional and chronic medical issues as well. Both mental and physical concerns are addressed with ease, allowing you to start your day on the right foot or even medicate throughout the day as needed. Stress and anxiety are replaced by Nordle’s positive outlook on life and issues of cramps and headaches can be soothed as well. Depending on your tolerance, this bud could potentially be used to help fight fatigue or overcome insomnia, so consider your dose accordingly.
Home growers who want an easy-going plant to add to their collection will do quite well with Nordle, as she’ll thrive both inside and outdoors. Most have luck using hydroponics although soil can be used to cultivate better flavors, and after 7 to 9 weeks, most will be very pleased with the level of bud they’ve harvested.
Even if you’re not a huge fan of her flavors or effects, you should try Nordle at least once as an homage to the man who made huge sacrifices for the cannabis community. Mr. Nice deserves a little bit of gratitude from all of us, so try a bit of Nordle and play around with the time of day you indulge. It’s possible that she becomes your new favorite way to get through a mid-afternoon slump.
I've been using this strain through the Solei "Balance" vape cartridge. It has some great relaxation effects. With a vape it doesn't last the longest, but there is a palpable relaxation to it. I have intense anxiety and this helped for a while, before I wanted something with stronger full body effects. If someone's tolerance is low for THC, this would make a great day-to-day strain. I haven't smoked it in bud or pre-roll format yet, just the vape cartridge. It was still worth it though. I also use this in the afternoon when I hit that post-lunch slump and I'm trying to do something that requires focus. It doesn't amplify the feeling of lethargy, and keeps my head in the game. Great strain if the Hazes, and Jack Herer lineages have too much THC for you.