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About this Hybrid Strain
Thai Lights is a sativa-dominant hybrid cannabis strain the produces buds with long, winding red and orange pistils along with a frosty layer of trichomes. Its scent and taste are of citrus and freshly churned spicy soil.
THC levels average in the teens but are known to vary, so checking potency before purchasing/consuming is recommended. Its high will provide a long-lasting relaxation that eases both body and mind free of negativity. Energy will slightly increase as hunger arises, so have a meal or munchie snacks at the ready. Reviewers note this strain’s capability to help ease headaches as well as lack of appetite, stress, and depression. Mood will improve as racing thoughts come to a halt.
Ill side-effects besides dry mouth and eyes can be anxiety or paranoia when consuming far above tolerance levels. Note such side-effects can happen with the majority of cannabis strains.
It takes 9-10 weeks for Thai Lights to fully flower.
Thai Lights is the result of combining the genetics of the indica Northern Light with the sativa Thai. It first blossomed under the care of Dr. Atomic.
Frequently Asked Questions About Thai Lights
- What is Thai Lights?
Thai Lights is a cannabis strain known for its balanced and uplifting effects.
- Where does Thai Lights come from?
Thai Lights is believed to be a cross between Thai and Northern Lights.
- What does Thai Lights smell like?
The aroma of Thai Lights is a mix of earthiness, sweetness, and other herbal and spicy notes. It has undertones of mint.
- What does Thai Lights taste like?
The flavor of Thai Lights is often described as a combination of earthiness and sweetness, with strong notes of citrus, sage and skunky.
- What color does Thai Lights have?
Thai Lights buds are bright green and often have purple highlights. The flowers have an abundance of whispy orange pistils and a thick frosting of white trichomes.
- What effects does Thai Lights have?
Thai Lights is known for its balanced effects, offering both relaxation and an uplifting experience. Users often experience enhanced mood, a desire to be social, and creativity.
- Is Thai Lights an Indica, Sativa, or Hybrid?
Thai Lights is an evenly-balanced hybrid strain.