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About this Hybrid Strain
Harle-Tsu is a rare sativa-dominant hybrid cannabis strain that produces extremely high levels of CBD rather than THC. When ready for reaping, this strain bares an aroma that’s sweet, earthy, and piney, with undertones of citrus.
Its taste is quite similar and just as likable. Its buds are fluffy and grape-shaped with few orange pistils and lots of syrupy resin.
The THC level of this strain averages at less than 1%, but its CBD level averages between 20-24%. While this strain isn’t known to produce too many psychoactive effects, meaning it won’t necessarily get you high, it is best known for its ability to relieve many sorts of pains and aches throughout the body. It can also help with inflammation and stress, often calming the mind and increasing focus without the normal sensations of feeling “high”.
Besides your normal dry mouth and eyes, Harle-Tsu can cause headaches of improper doses are consumed.
Harle-Tsu requires your average flowering time of eight weeks.
Harle-Tsu was born after crossing the sativa Harlequin and the hybrid Sour Tsunami. It was first bred by Southern Humboldt Seed Collective.
Frequently Asked Questions About Harle Tsu
- What is Harle-Tsu?
Harle-Tsu is a unique and rare sativa-leaning hybrid known for its high levels of CBD and minimal THC content.
- Where does Harle-Tsu come from?
Harle-Tsu is a hybrid strain that is believed to be a cross between Harlequin and Sour Tsunami strains.
- What does Harle-Tsu smell like?
Harle-Tsu has a mild and subtle aroma. Its scent is typically described as earthy, woody, and slightly sweet.
- What does Harle-Tsu taste like?
Harle-Tsu has earthy and woody flavor, with subtle hints of sweetness. The taste is often described as herbal and floral.
- What color does Harle-Tsu have?
Harle-Tsu buds usually exhibit various shades of green, ranging from light to dark. The flowers have vibrant orange pistils, and a frosty layer of trichomes.
- What effects does Harle-Tsu have?
Harle-Tsu is renowned for its high CBD content and low THC levels, making it popular among users seeking therapeutic benefits without the strong psychoactive effects associated with THC. It is often used for its anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and anxiolytic properties. Harle-Tsu may provide relaxation, relief from pain, reduction of anxiety, and a general sense of well-being.
- Is Harle-Tsu an Indica, Sativa, or Hybrid?
Harle-Tsu is considered a sativa-leaning hybrid strain.