Northern Lights Vape Cartridge
Northern Lights Vape Cartridge For Sale
The Northern Lights Vape cartridge is designed to deliver a flavor that brings out the characteristics of your cannabis oil, with hints of lemon and pepper. Designed for the consumer with uncompromising taste, the vape cartridge offers a sleek design and an unwavering commitment to quality.
Our northern lights cartridge contains full-spectrum pure cannabis oil extracted from our cannabis plants and a blend of cannabis-derived and botanical terpenes crafted to match one of North America’s most popular cannabis strains: Northern Lights. High levels of b-caryophyllene (stress and pain relief), humulene (anti-inflammatory), and myrcene (soothing and relaxing) enhance the effects.
This cartridge has intensely sweet floral and spicy notes of pine and citrus and contains 70% THC (+/- 5%). Renowned for its Indica-dominant effects, this cartridge can offer full-body pain relief and is ideal for winding down after a long day.
What are heavy hitters northern lights?
The heavy hitters northern lights are an integral part of the vape pen. A vape pen battery powers it. The vaporizer battery is designed to supply a vaporizer cart containing materials. Cannabis oil or vaping substances slowly transform into flavorful vapors. Then you can draw with the friendly nozzle.
What are the heavy hitters northern lights strain good for?
A nocturnal strain, heavy hitters northern lights has several potential benefits for medicinal users. It is commonly used to relieve chronic pain, anxiety, insomnia, loss of appetite, stress, depression, and chronic headaches.
Are northern lights heavy hitters a smelly strain?
Although northern lights heavy hitters were developed for indoor cultivation, cannabis growers prefer this low-odor strain that produces short flowers. After the flower is cured, the buds of the Northern Lights strain smell subtly of pine and citrus.
Are northern lights cartridges toxic?
The northern lights cartridge occur so high in the atmosphere that they pose no threat to people watching from the ground. The aurora itself is not dangerous to humans, but the electrically charged particles produced could damage infrastructure and technology.