Nordle is an indica cannabis strain that derives its name from Howard Marks’ word for “hashish”. Its known better for its high CBD levels rather than THC. When ready for harvest, its buds are shaped like cones and emit a fruit-like scent with herbal undertones and a taste to match. Some claim to sense lemon.
Nordle is the result of crossing the indica Afghani with the hybrid Skunk No. 1.
THC levels of Nordle average at eight percent, but CBD levels average five percent, making this better for treating symptoms such as pain, insomnia, and lack of appetite rather than for recreational use. However, it’s a great wake-and-bake strain to help eliminate the stresses of yesterday and can be a great choice for novice consumers testing out their tolerance levels.
Negative effects of Nordle include your typical dry mouth and eyes as well as dizziness or paranoia if consuming above tolerance level.
It takes between eight and ten weeks for Nordle to fully flower.
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