Northern Lights Living Soil THCA
Northern Lights Living Soil THCA
THCA - 22.96%
Total Cannabinoids – 23.84%
Northern Lights is a long-time favorite indica strain amongst cannabis enthusiasts. Like a celestial display of vivid hues, this strain mesmerizes with its enchanting beauty and transcendent effects, inviting you to embark on a cosmic journey of the mind and body. As the aromas awaken, a captivating fragrance permeates the air. Earthy and sweet, it is a symphony of pine and spice that entwines with subtle hints of citrus.
Northern Lights bestows a profound sense of tranquility and relaxation, like drifting weightlessly through the vast expanse of the cosmos. Tensions melt away, stress dissipates, and a blissful calm settles upon your being. As the journey unfolds, a profound physical relaxation emerges, embracing every fiber of your being. Muscles loosen, releasing any residual tension, while a soothing wave of euphoria washes over you, evoking a state of pure bliss. Northern Lights gently lulls you into a peaceful sleep, offering respite from the chaotic world and allowing dreams to take flight into celestial realms. Indulge in the embrace of Northern Lights, and let its ethereal magic transport you to a realm where tranquility and creativity intertwine, where dreams are painted upon the canvas of the universe.
This bud has been grown in indoor living soil, a top-of-the-line organic cultivation method used to ensure premium deliverance of nutrients throughout the plant. This nutritious growth environment results in a greater production of trichomes which translates into a richer terpene profile. This higher concentration of terpenes will kickstart your high and catapult you face first into sweet relaxation.
Caryophyllene for stress relief and euphoria
Limonene for uplifting mental effects
- Linalool for relaxation and sedation
Caryophyllene is a terpene with a spicy, peppery aroma. It has been shown to have anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties, making it useful for conditions such as arthritis and other inflammatory conditions. It also has the ability to interact with the body's endocannabinoid system, specifically the CB2 receptors, and may have potential therapeutic applications in treating anxiety, depression, and addiction.
Limonene is a terpene with a citrusy aroma. It has been found to have mood-elevating and anti-anxiety effects, making it potentially useful for treating depression and anxiety disorders. Limonene also has anti-inflammatory properties and has been shown to have potential anti-cancer effects. It is also used as a flavoring and fragrance agent in various products such as cosmetics and cleaning supplies.
Linalool is a floral and lavender-scented terpene is often associated with relaxation and stress relief. It has been shown to have potential sedative effects, making it a popular choice for those seeking relief from insomnia or anxiety-related sleep disturbances. Linalool may also have anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties, and has been shown to have potential benefits for conditions such as epilepsy, Alzheimer's disease, and cancer.
THCA, or tetrahydrocannabinolic acid, is a cannabinoid that is found in raw cannabis plants. This non-psychoactive compound is the precursor to THC, the well-known psychoactive component of cannabis. THCA is highly valued in the cannabis industry for its therapeutic potential, as it has been shown to have anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective properties. When heated or decarboxylated, THCA is converted into THC, which is responsible for the "high" associated with cannabis consumption. However, THCA itself can also provide a range of health benefits without the psychoactive effects of THC. With the growing interest in the medicinal properties of cannabis, THCA is becoming an increasingly important component of many cannabis products, including tinctures, capsules, and topicals. As such, it is essential for those in the cannabis industry to understand the benefits of THCA and how it can be utilized to enhance the therapeutic potential of cannabis-based products.
The legality of THCA in a non-regulated state has led to some discussions that local lawyer, Rod Kight, describes in his blog. In short, the DEA has verified that there is a distinct difference in THCA and Delta-9 THC. Since THCA in its raw form contains no Delta-9 THC, it would be lawfully protected by the 2018 Farm Bill which federally legalizes Hemp products. Plants producing high THCA content must also comply with federal policy that provides hemp products must not exceed 0.03% Delta-9 THC. To read more on THC content testing and North Carolina Hemp policy, be sure to check out more articles on Rod Kight’s site.
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