STRAIN: Thai Lights
PURCHASED: Mission Catonsville Medical Dispensary @missioncatonsville
POTENCY: THCa 20.00% / THC 1.30%
CLASS: Sativa dominant Sativa / Indica Hybrid
LINEAGE: original Thai landrace strain X Northern Lights
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List of Verano’s ” reported effects:
- decreased pain
- + mild to medium cerebral stimulation
- + mild to medium energized euphoric uplift
- +increased ability to focus
- +increased potential to find humor in situations
- + medium “body buzz”
- +sensations of calm and tranquility
- –/+ deep feelings of relaxation
- –/+sedation/deep restful sleep*
- –some dry “cotton” mouth*
- –(neutral) mild ocular pressure (neutral feeling)
*in higher doses/IMO
"I found Thai Lights to be a functional blend of a medium Sativa mixed with a heavier, or more noticeable Indica."
Primarily Morning and Daytime use, but evening after work and before bed would also be appropriate, especially at a higher level of potency.
USES (MEDICINAL + RECREATIONAL):
Treating symptoms of Anxiety
ADD/HD (Attention Deficit Disorder)
Sleeplessness / sleep issues
This strain is so nice and easy that almost any activity could benefit especially at this potency. At a much higher potency, the desire to be social would most likely diminish in light of Thai Lights Northern Lights heritage and its sought after sedative effect. At higher does watching a movie with friends (or alone for that matter), gaming, etc. would be most enjoyable.
APPEARANCE (consistency) :
- Herbal- tea leaves / mint
- Chem- Flintstone’s Vitamins
- Herbal- tea leaves / mint
- Chem- faint licorice flavor upon exhale
Thai Lights is a Sativa dominant hybrid of an original landrace strain from Thailand , or “Thai”, and Indica legend Northern Lights which provides a mild to medium euphoric cerebral uplift and some increased focus mixed with a stress relieving and calming Indica body high that can be lightly sedative in higher doses courtesy of its Northern Lights genetics.
THE LONG ROAD HOME (…my toke)
I found Thai Lights to be a functional blend of a medium Sativa mixed with a heavier, or more noticeable Indica. The Sativa effects were light but effective and had almost zero potential to cause feelings of anxiety or stress.
I think it important to mention that I mostly medicated with this strain in the early morning and afternoon. I just didn’t find it that potent in the evening as I graduate to strains with a higher potency in the evenings.
During those day time sessions I definitely felt an elevation of mood and some stress relief in the afternoon to early evening.
I found myself deep in thought or focusing on the details of whatever activity I needed to perform.
At some point there is a leveling off of cerebral effects as Indica effects take lead.
I wasn’t so taken with the look of this strain, and it barely resembled any Thai stick or supposedly pure Thai flower I’ve encountered in the past. However, it does have a very familiar aroma of black tea and the look of so many past bags of flower that it almost feels like a reunion with that “upper-mid” level NYC delivery service flower look.
That being said, I did indeed enjoy the ride I took with Verano’s Thai Lights. But, I would most likely only purchase it again with a much higher potency and hopefully a more enriched terpene profile. It just didn’t seem to rank with likes of the other G-line strains by Verano at almost the same potency. 3/5 but a definite solid 3. think “High Upper Mid”