If you’re looking for a versatile strain that packs well balanced power then we suggest you check out our Aurora Indica Marijuana Strain Review. Aurora has varying THC levels from 15%-20%. The high is a full on body relaxation. That is because this strain is 90% Indica. The result of the 10% sativa creates a nice cerebral clam as well.
I have spent the last 25 years traveling and smoking every kind of marijuana I can get my hands on. I have tried many strains and been to many countries in my extensive travels. Mostly, I like good weed, good food, good people and good times. And I have had a whole lot of each one of these things.
A met a friend in the Caribbean who later invited me to visit him in Finland. I accepted the invitation eagerly. But I asked when the Aurora Borealis could be viewed. I had to wait 5 months. But I did. I had always wanted to see the Lights. I studied and have been fascinated by the Northern Lights since I was a kid. And my goal was to sit under the phenomenon and smoke some great weed all night long. I went for 6 days and the clouds never parted. It rained the entire time and I saw nothing. But I discovered this strain.
Aurora Indica Marijuana Strain Review
This Indica powerhouse is the child of Afghan and Northern Lights. I like a good Indica when I am uptight or stressed or can’t get to sleep. Well, you don’t get much more Indica than 90%. Plus it’s nice to have some sativa for the giggles.
Taste is also very important to me. I am a big fan of the fruit flavored strains. I love the taste of marijuana more than anything else I put in my mouth, well almost everything. So when I get to combine fruity goodness with a nice weed I am in Heaven.
I can get pretty high strung after a long day of work or a stressful week of bills and a nagging wife. When I get to that place, which is not all that often I like to reach for a powerful strain like Aurora Indica. It instantly pulls me down into a relaxed state. If I catch myself yelling at the kids I simply run to my man cave take a hit or two and almost miraculously I am a new man.
Some day I will get back to Finland to see the Aurora Borealis. Until then I have my Aurora Indica to keep me company.