Sa Sativa THC 4-7% CBD 8-16%

Harlequin


Overview:

Harlequin is one of the rarest strains on the planet, and is a perfect mixture of Columbian Gold, Thai, a Nepali Indica and Swiss landrace strains. The Harlequin strain consists of 75% Sativa, and its THC content is really low, ranging from 5 to 10%. It has tested at 7% CBD and 7% THC, but what makes Harlequin special is the fact that some lab tests have shown it can reach as high as 11% CBD. Many report Harlequin as having a rich and mouthwatering flavour. Users describe it as particularly fruity and sweet, resembling a mixture of ginger and berry bubblegum. It produces a sweet and extremely soothing scented fog. When it comes to the effects, smokers report feeling more relaxed upon using Harlequin, and it is highly recommended for those who suffer from anxiety. Additionally, a number of people have reported that not only do they feel more creative, but that they are also more focused on the work they are doing. The only side-effects recorded are from patients who claim they’ve experienced cotton mouth. Experts recommend using the Harlequin strain in the afternoon, and, unlike many other strains of weed, Harlequin will not get patients high. However, it is bound to ease the pain of those who suffer from chronic pain and arthritis. According to many people’s experiences, Harlequin is a one-of-a-kind stress and pain relief for those who are not looking to get high. Although the effects are subtle, the results are big, making it truly one of a kind.

Strain Attributes:

Effects

Euphoric

Focused

Happy

Relaxed

Uplifted

Euphoric

Focused

Happy

Relaxed

Uplifted

Medical Uses

Depression

Fatigue

Inflammation

Pain

Stress

Depression

Fatigue

Inflammation

Pain

Stress

Negatives

Anxious

Dizzy

Dry Eyes

Dry Mouth

Headache

Anxious

Dizzy

Dry Eyes

Dry Mouth

Headache


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