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Aurora Borealis Marijuana Review & Information
Aurora B. Strain Review
Aurora Borealis Strain, or Aurora B. Strain, is a top-shelf cannabis variety that is relatively rare to come across at Colorado medical marijuana dispensaries. However, if find Colorado medical marijuana dispensaries with some Aurora Borealis strain weed in stock, it may be worth your while to pick up a bag of this fine bud.
Growing Aurora B. Strain: beginner and intermediate cannabis growers.
Aurora B. is a 50/50 sativa/indica crossbreed strain of medical marijuana. The effects of Northern B weigh hevier to the characteristics of an indica high, however a good clean sativa mind buzz is definately noticeable.
Strain Genetics / Lineage
In Latin, the term Aurora Borealis is the name for the North Pole, also known as Northern Lights, a variety of the Aurora B strain mother, Northern Lights #10 Strain. To produce the 50/50 indica/sativa Aurora B. strain, Northern Lights #10 was crossbreed with a Skunk #1 cannabis plant.
Strain Appearance / Texture
Aurora B. has a lighter green tone than most medical marijuana strains and carries a heavy coating of resin. Fresh off the plant, Aurora B. strain cannabis nugs are normally long, relatively broad and are of a average density for cannabis buds.
Aurora Borealis Strain Review: Aroma / Taste
Aurora B. Strain medical marijuana nugs have a pleasently sweet odor with and underlying skunky scent, no doubt originating from its male parent plant Skunk #1. The strain has a heavy smoke that tastes much like it smells.
Aurora Borealis Strain Review: Medicinal Uses
Though Aurora B. is a 50/50 split between indica and sativa, like most indica strains are best for alleviating symptoms, including chronic pain, sleeplessness and nausea.
Growing Aurora Borealis Strain Cannabis Seeds
Aurora B. can be grown indoors, outdoors or in a greenhouse environment. Growing Aurora B. marijuana plants in a greenhouse is best, yielding the largest harvest in the shortest amount of time. When you can't grow in a greenhouse, next best is to grow Aurora Borealis indoors using artificial, HPS lighting. When grown indoors you can use a hydroponic grow system or soil, but be cautious that growing any medical marijuana strain indoors with soil can get quite messy. Aurora B. is grown best using a sea of green growing method.
When grown indoors, flowering time for Aurora B. cannabis plants normally ranges from 55 to 64 days and produces an above average harvest. If you grow Aurora Borealis medical marijuana outdoors, the plants with mature and be ready to harvest by mid to late October.
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Colorado Recreational Marijuana Dispensaries
As of January 1st, 2014, the sale of recreational marijuana to anyone 21 and above is legal in Colorado. Now that recreational marijuana is legal in Colorado, a handful of medical marijuana (MMJ) dispensaries now sell recreational pot to Colorado residents that don't have a MMJ license (AKA Red Card).
Even though it's legal under state law to buy recreational marijuana in Colorado without a MMJ card, a number of cities have voted to ban the sale of recreational marijuana. Below is a list of Colorado cities that have bans on recreational marijuana dispensaries.
Recreational Dispensaries in Colorado
If you're coming to Colorado from out of town to experience the legal weed scene you're not alone. Thousands are flocking to the state to buy weed at one of the hundreds of recreational marijuana shops now open for business in the state. The map below should be useful for marijuana tourists traveling to Colorado. It pinpoin…
Just as with common flowers or other household plants (roses, pea plants, etc...), Cannabis seed strains can be grown and crossbred. This is usually done for the purpose of developing new breeds with different characteristics such as the size of the plant, yield, taste, effect, bud to leaf ratio, or other specific traits that the grower desires. As this cross breeding continues, the plants end up forming different weed strain seeds, or generations. These are often described as being either F1, F2, or F3. In order to really make some informed seed purchase decisions it is very helpful to understand the differences between these various seed strains.
F1 Seeds: The First Breeding:
An F1 seed variety is created by breeding together two pure strains. For example, a tall plant (represented with two dominant genes, AA) is bred with a small plant (represented by the two small recessive genes, aa). Since the resulting plants will each receive one gene from each parent, this will result in offs…
The Clinic Medical Marijuana Dispensaries
The Clinic's top quality cannabis have earned the dispensary chain awards and recognition as one of the best dispensaries in Colorado. The Clinic has six marijuana dispensaries in Colorado (four in Denver and two in Lakewood).
The Clinic Capitol Hill745 East 6th Avenue Denver, CO 80203 Phone: (720) 536-5229
The Clinic Colorado 3888 East Mexico Avenue Denver, CO 80210 Phone: (303) 758-9114The Clinic's Lakewood DispensariesThe Clinic on Jewell 12018 W Jewell Ave, Unit C Lakewood, CO 80228 Phone: (303) 997-9171
The Clinic On Wadsworth 3600 South Wadsworth Boulevard Lakewood, CO 80235 Phone: (303) 484-8853