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Northern lights #5 seeds
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Northern Lights #5

breed by British Columbia Seed Company

Here you can find all info about Northern Lights #5 from British Columbia Seed Company. If you are searching for information about Northern Lights #5 from British Columbia Seed Company, check out our Basic Infos, Shop-Finder and Price Comparison, Lineage / Genealogy or Hybrids / Crossbreeds for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information – or list all Northern Lights #5 Strains (8) or even all Northern Lights Strains (71) to find a different version. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database!

Basic / Breeders Info

Northern Lights #5 is an indica variety from BC Seed Co. and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±50 days ) . BC Seed Co.s Northern Lights #5 is/was never available as feminized seeds.

BC Seed Co.s Northern Lights #5 Description

Here iss the plant to grow for the first time grower. This state of the art hybrid is the result of over 25 years of selected inbreeding. We have bred vigorous growth, high yield, and a supurb high.

A must for growers who prefer short bushy plants. The buds have an exteremely frosted, resinous appearance, and the yield is very good. The odor is very low, but the buds are fruity and full flavored.

Height 2-3 feet
Flowering time 45 to 55 days
Yield up to 125 grams

Where to buy Northern Lights #5 cannabis seeds?

Northern Lights #5 from British Columbia Seed Company is available as regular and feminized seeds. In 3 seedbanks, we found 18 offers between EUR 49.00 for 5 regular seeds and EUR 370.81 for 40 regular seeds. If you are looking to buy Northern Lights #5 Cannabis Seeds from British Columbia Seed Company somewhere – have a look to our Northern Lights #5 Price Comparison page with all current offers from all the connected seedbanks and shops – or visit one of the following tested, trustworthy and recommended seed-shops directly to check out their current Northern Lights #5 offers: Oaseeds, Herbies Head Shop and Cannapot Hanfshop.

Northern Lights #5 Lineage / Genealogy

  • Northern Lights #5 »»» Northern Lights #5 IBL
  • Northern Lights #5
    • USA, Kalifornien »»» Mostly Indica

Map of the Northern Lights #5 Family Tree

Northern Lights #5 Hybr >

We found 16 direct descendants from BC Seed Co.s Northern Lights #5 in the seedfinder strain database, here a short overview. To see all hybrids and their descendants, visit our Northern Lights #5 Genealogy Page and check out all the direct crosses as like as the following generations.

Northern Lights Nr5 Northern Lights #5 Northern Lights Nr5 Northern Lights #5 F3 x Northern Lights #5 F3 Baldy Big Bud x Northern Lights #5 Big Blue Blueberry x Northern Lights #5 Bubblefunk Bubbleberry x Northern Lights #5 Couchlock Afghani x Northern Lights #5 Fast Freddy Early Pearl x Northern Lights #5 F1 Five-O Hawaiian Indica x Northern Lights #5 F1 Jack x Skunk #1 Noethern Lights5 Auto Northern Lights #5 x Unknown Ruderalis

Map of the Northern Lights #5 Descendants

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The taste is spicy, bitter, and citrusy. Strongly addictive to consumers.

Northern Lights Strains

Northern Lights cannabis seeds are of an immensely popular and famous strain. The beautiful Indica-dominant strain of cannabis consists of 95% Indica and 5% Sativa. So, it produces muscular relaxation with little stimulation.


It is believed to have first sprouted in Seattle, Washington. It was made famous as it was propagated in Holland from 1985 onward. This legendary Indica has ancestry in native Afghan landrace and Thai landrace strains.


The Northern Lights plant wears deep purple and green leaves with frosty, hairy resins, buds and trichrome. The plant produces brilliant green and deep purple hues. It is possibly the most in-demand Indica.


Northern lights have a deep spice-like and saccharin, skunky-citrus fragrance. There is a hint of pine and earthiness.

Flavour :

The taste is spicy, bitter, and citrusy. Strongly addictive to consumers.


The effects of Northern Lights are fast and robust. Just two hits are enough to be floored by instant euphoria and a comfortable lazy numbness throughout the body due to its high THC levels which are 16%-21% along with 0.1% of CBD.

This is great for those whose appetite is lost through illness or depression. It may also be useful for those looking to gain or lose weight as it will make the chosen diet more palatable. It gives Deep relaxation, increases focus, improves creativity, ideal for pain relief and good for happiness


Northern Lights is disease resistant, mould resistant, resilient plant. Its buds are full of powerful resins th at form crystal-like coatings. THC content is a mid-high range, comparable in effects to the best Kush.


Growing Northern Lights pot is easy using some traditional gardening knowledge. This makes it a favourite plant to produce. It will grow up to a small to medium height and can be grown as an indoor plant or an outdoor plant.

Northern Lights will take 6 to 8 weeks to flower, a relatively fast progression. Yields 125g/m2 in a greenhouse. Yield may approach 18 Oz per square meter indoors. Outdoor yield maybe 22 Oz per plant. Best Harvest time is mid of October. This 1 to 2 meters average heightened plant is Auto flowering.

Medicinal benefits:

Northern Lights, like other strong Indica’, is good for pain and insomnia. This can relax the muscles in conditions like fibromyalgia or just general muscle tension from stress. It can relieve low back pain, pain from arthritis.

Northern Lights is great for lifting mood without causing too much stimulation and so may be useful in anxiety and depression. It may, therefore, be especially helpful for the treatment of OCD and anxiety disorders.

Cancer patients fighting nausea and lack of appetite will appreciate Northern Lights’ anti-nausea and appetite-stimulating effects. This effect may also be useful in anorexia.

Side effects:

Excessive or intolerant use of northern light cannabis may cause Dizziness, headache, cotton-mouth and dry eyes.

Going forward:

Like all other strains of cannabis, it is important to remember t hat the consumption of northern light is the sole responsibility of the user and discretion should always be taken.

Find out more about the origins of Northern Lights in our blog post here