Aurora Indica, as you’d expect, is an Indica predominant type, a cross between Afghan and Northern Lights strains. This powerful weed was first grown in California but is now also available in Europe. In this Aurora Indica review we will highlight how to get the most out of your plants as well as its main smoking characteristics.
High in THC, this weed offers a potent high with definite couchlock tendencies. The almost narcotic effects include strong visuals and a long, relaxing stone which makes it an ideal bedtime smoke. The strong skunky flavor is reminiscent of potent black hashish and the aroma is heavily sweet with acrid undertones. Medically, the Aurora Indica strain is recommended for insomnia and hyperactivity.
Aurora Indica seeds grow into bushy and short plants, seldom taller than one metre, with broad, heavily serrated leaves growing from thick side stems. As the plant matures, the leaves have a tendency to turn a reddish colour. The dense buds are covered in a thick coat of sticky resin. THC content comes in the very high range, as much as 24 percent.
Cultivated indoors, this plant’s thick, bushy growing habit makes it ideal for the SOG method using either hydroponics or a soil growing medium. Flowering time is seven to eight weeks and yields are medium at around 300 grams per square metre.
Outdoors, the plant favors a well-drained, sunny spot and growers can expect to harvest in late September or early October.
On the downside, this strain isn’t the easiest to grow and doesn’t produce the highest yields. This Aurora Indica review must point out its strongest qualities: its extreme potency and long-lasting stone.
Indoors or outdoors
|THC Level: |
20 - 24%
|Flowering Time: |
|Plant Type: |
Late September, Early October
Afghan x Northern Lights
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