9 Pound Hammer x Northern Lights

9 Pound Hammer x Northern Lights Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
Up to 25%
Yield
500 grams per square meter
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
8 weeks
Climate
Unspecified
Growing Difficulty
Easy
Height
Short - Medium
Flavors
Fruity, grapes, melon, lime, skunk

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9 Pound Hammer x Northern Lights Marijuana Seeds Information

This strain has a spectacular potency from Philosopher Seeds. It’s also considered a blessing to Cannabis growers as it a productive breed with a quick flowering time. It is made from a blend of 9 Pound Hammer and Northern Lights, which are shown on its name. It can both please smokers and cultivators.

What are the Flavor and Effects of 9 Pound Hammer x Northern Lights?

This strain carries a complex combination of aroma and flavor. It has fruity notes of lime, grapes, and lemon intermingled with a pungent skunk. This smoke has a devastating effect as you are hit by a 9-pound hammer. It’s a classic narcotic that is only meant to experience smokers.

What are the medical benefits of 9 Pound Hammer x Northern Lights?

This strain’s strong potency is also beneficial for patients. It can stimulate the appetite of those who have eating disorders. It can manage to lower the symptoms of mental disorders like depression and stress. Insomniacs can get quality sleep when smoking this strain before bedtime.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from 9 Pound Hammer x Northern Lights

The feeling of dryness of the mouth and eyes can be experienced by smokers of this strain. They are minor side effects. Novice smokers shouldn’t take this in a high dose to avoid any unwanted effects.

How to grow 9 Pound Hammer x Northern Lights?

It is easy to grow that even beginners can handle its cultivation. This is a high-yielding crop with a short vegetative stage, so it means you don’t need much effort to have a successful harvest. SOG and SCROG methods will do well with this weed. It also needs pruning as it grows into a bushy plant.

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