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About this Indica Strain

Aurora stands as a monument in the cannabis landscape, an indica-dominant strain that encapsulates the essence of what makes indica varieties so beloved. Renowned for delivering profound relaxation to both mind and body, Aurora offers a deeply soothing experience that is both classic and cherished. This strain is the progeny of Afghan and Northern Lights, two legendary strains known for their potent effects. Aurora's buds are dense and compact, typical of indica varieties, with a rich green hue that may occasionally showcase hints of purple. The buds are covered in a thick layer of trichomes, giving them a frosty appearance and hinting at the potent effects waiting to be unleashed.

The aroma of Aurora is a complex blend of earthy and spicy notes, with subtle hints of sweetness that become more pronounced upon combustion. Its flavor follows suit, offering a rich and earthy taste with spicy undertones that make for a smooth and enjoyable smoking experience.

The journey with Aurora begins with a creeping sense of calm that gradually escalates into a powerful wave of tranquility. This strain is renowned for its ability to induce a heavy couch lock, making it challenging to maintain mobility due to the intense physical relaxation it provides. Beyond its physical effects, Aurora also brings a significant cerebral sedation, leading to a comprehensive sense of calm and serenity. This dual-action effect makes Aurora an excellent choice for those seeking a pathway to a peaceful and restful night's sleep. Given its potent sedative properties, Aurora is not well-suited for tasks requiring focus and productivity. Instead, it excels in environments where rest and relaxation are the primary goals. While generally well-tolerated, some users may experience dry mouth and eyes, common side effects associated with cannabis use. As with any potent strain, moderation is advised to avoid any discomfort.

Aurora is a relatively straightforward strain to cultivate, making it an appealing option for growers of all experience levels. It thrives in both indoor and outdoor settings, with a flowering time of approximately 7-8 weeks. Its compact size makes it particularly suitable for indoor growing spaces. The terpene profile of Aurora is dominated by myrcene, caryophyllene, and limonene, contributing to its unique aroma, flavor, and calming effects.

Lab Data

Cannabinoid Lab Data
Cannabinoid Amount
THC: 14-19%

Genetic Lineage

Aurora - Indica Cannabis Strain
Indica Aurora
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Indica Afghani
Afghani Origin
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Indica Afghani
Afghani Origin

Frequently Asked Questions About Aurora

What is Aurora?

Aurora is a potent indica-dominant cannabis strain, known for its sedative effects and ability to induce relaxation and sleep.

Where does Aurora come from?

Aurora comes from crossing two legendary strains: Afghani and Northern Lights, both of which are known for their potent indica characteristics.

What does Aurora smell like?

Aurora has a rich, earthy aroma with sweet and spicy undertones, reflecting its Afghani heritage.

What does Aurora taste like?

The flavor of Aurora is smooth and sweet with a hint of spice, offering a delightful taste that lingers on the palate.

What color does Aurora have?

Aurora's buds are typically deep green with occasional purple highlights, indicative of its Northern Lights lineage.

What effects does Aurora have?

Aurora induces a strong physical and cerebral sedation, leading to relaxation and a peaceful sleep. It is known for its ability to lock users into a state of deep relaxation.

Is Aurora an Indica, Sativa, or Hybrid?

Aurora is an indica-dominant hybrid, leaning heavily towards the indica side due to its relaxing and sedative effects.