Aurora Indica Strain Genetics
Nirvana Seed’s Aurora Indica gets her name from her impressive heritage, Northern Lights x Afghani landrace. Just like Northern Lights, Aurora Indica is a true indica, with a whopping 90/10 indica-sativa content and high THC, and moderate CBD levels.
Aurora Indica Strain Effects
If you’re an inexperienced smoker, be sure not to overdo this strain. Aurora’s effects are sedating, leaving you body-buzzed to the max. However, she leaves your mind free to wander, and you may desire a long discussion with your smoke buddy.
This cannabis strain is definitely best-suited for bedtime stories or cold winter nights.
Aurora Indica Strain Terpene profile
At first toke, Aurora Indica releases a lovely floral fragrance, with hints of citrus and lavender. Her flavor aligns her more closely with her indica nature; expect a strong, slightly acrid, earthy pine taste. Her taste is as sweet as it is spicy and is sure to please even the pickiest cannaseur.
Medical Benefits Aurora Indica Strain
Although thought to be more effective when working together with CBD, THC is also understood to have some pain-relieving properties on its own. Considering this, this strain may provide some relief from general aches and pains. THC in low to moderate doses is also thought to help with stress.
How to Grow Aurora Indica Seeds
Aurora Indica is a forgiving strain that can endure the mistakes of a first-timer. If growing inside, Aurora will be satisfied with soil or hydroponics. Use SCROG as a training method for optimal results. She won’t grow too high, making her a space-efficient strain.
Typically, Aurora Indica will provide a high yield and buds will be tight and cone-shaped. Keeping this in mind, make sure your grow environment is not too humid, or the buds could get moldy.