Without a doubt, Northern Lights is one of the best cannabis strains for a good night’s sleep. Nobody likes tossing and turning at night when they should be sleeping, and there’s nothing worse than waking up in the morning feeling all groggy and irritable because you didn’t have a decent night of rest.
Also, keep in mind that lack of sleep can actually lead to a variety of health problems, and could even cause circumstances as severe as hallucinations or delusion. Also, you might be shocked to hear that insomnia affects one in three people (at least in a mild manner), so this is an issue that is very much prevalent.
The problem is that many of the pharmaceutical drugs that are prescribed for sleep disorders are highly addictive, and often have harmful side effects. This is why cannabis is so beneficial in helping you fall asleep, and also ensuring that you stay asleep for the duration of the night.
Like we said, most people would agree that Northern Lights Indica is the ultimate knockout strain. Although the origins of this legendary strain are unknown, it’s believed to be a cross-breed with a U.S. West Coast lineage. It’s a 100% pure indica strain that results in a high that is very potent, and very “stoner” like (excuse our lack of novelty there). First developed in the 1980’s (by most accounts), Norther Lights has become an undeniable classic with THC levels averaging about 18%.
In fact, most folks would probably agree that Northern lights is among the most famous strains of all time, cherished for its fast-flowering, resinous buds and resilience during growth. The psychoactive effects of the strain settle firmly throughout the body, resulting in relaxed muscles and pacifying the mind into a calm, dream-like euphoria.
The comfortable laziness also gives patients relief from pains and sleeplessness, and its mellow contentment is famous for rooting out stress and depression. All in all, Northern Lights does everything that it needs to ensure a good night’s sleep. Certainly a strain to try in 2019 if you haven’t already.