Aurora Indica is indica dominant, with just 10% sativa. This prevalence means its effects are more on the body side than the mental side. This strain comes from a prestigious line that includes orthern Lights and Afghani, both of which are among the most recognizable and popular strains in the world.
Although it’s an indica, Aurora does not make you sleepy. Instead, you get a very soothing and calming sensation. This is why many people like to use Aurora Indica before they go to bed. However, many find they can still function normally during the day.
Aurora Indica has a pleasant smell of sweet mango and lavender blended in with an earthy tone. The taste carries a distinct tone of chemical, sweet and spicy.
The top uses of Aurora for patients include dealing with muscle spasms and pain relief. It is also good for insomnia, anxiety and depression.
Aurora Indica does not grow too tall, often at around 3 to 3-1/2 feet, making it a good choice for indoor grows. It tends to get quite bushy, with large and heavy buds. You can expect it to flower in about 9 to 11 weeks.