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North Indian

Typical effects include Creative

Typical Effects

Creative
Creative
Happy
Happy
Hungry
Hungry

Common Usage

Migraines
Migraines
Insomnia
Insomnia
Stress
Stress

About North Indian

Cannabis certainly isn’t just a North American phenomenon, as strains in other parts of the world date back to ancient historical use. One such assumed strain is North Indian, named after the region it grows in. Primarily a pure indica plant, this strain brings the ultimate in relaxation to any who need a way to unwind.

Because North Indian has such a wide range of varieties depending on the growing conditions, it’s nearly impossible to generalize the THC content of this plant. Data is largely unpublished, so it’s up to the user to determine their own appropriate levels of use. Nugs are often sweet and spicy, with earthy and pine notes that deepen its complexity. Lumpy and dark buds are accented by a range of colorful hairs.

Imagine being wrapped up in a relaxing cocoon of love and being rocked into a gentle sleep. While North Indian may not be quite that amazing, it’s one of the closest things out there. Users will notice their high beginning with an uplifting sensation that spreads a smile to one’s face while simultaneously causing their eyelids to droop. Couch lock isn’t always the result here, but depending on your tolerance level you might find yourself in a deep sleep or at least simply feeling so at ease that getting up to go to the bathroom is a challenge in itself.

Medically, North Indian is a great choice when you need to calm your stomach, ease your mind, and fall into an amazing night of sleep. Patients who suffer from general pain including headaches or cramps will find a toke or two does the job, and stress and depression simply melt away with this uplifting strain. It goes without saying but we’ll reiterate it anyway - this strain is amazing if you need to win the fight against insomnia.

Given that this strain is older than pretty much anyone on the planet, the details of home cultivation aren’t as cut and dry as some of the other newer plants on the market. As it’s native to North India, one can assume that this strain thrives in warm climates. Beyond that, little is known about how to care for this plant at home. Many times you’ll find North Indian as a parent strain for a new hybrid, so perhaps knowing how to grow it is irrelevant.

Transport yourself back to an ancient time when indica strains were probably a part of local rituals and indulge in North Indian after a long day at work. Keep in mind that THC levels can vary dramatically, so knowing your own limits is key here. With a strong savory flavor and a beautiful set of effects, it just might become your new favorite.


Common Usage

Migraines4/10

Insomnia2/10

Stress8/10

Depressed6/10

Nausea10/10

Typical Effects

Creative2/10

Happy8/10

Hungry6/10

Sleepy4/10

Euphoric10/10

THC Content

Highest Test0%

Strain Average0%

Indica Average12.5%

Wikileaf Average18%

Wikileaf Highest35%


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