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About this Sativa Strain
The cannabis strain Harlequin is a sativa that bares an earthy, sweet mango-like smell and taste that can either/also be woody/piney. Its buds are a dark green with dark red hairs when ready for harvest.
The parent strains of Harlequin are three sativas: Colombian Gold, Thai, and Swiss Sativa.
Thought its THC content is low, averaging between 5-10%, it’s mostly renowned for its CBD content which can sometimes reach up to 11%. That makes this strain a perfect choice for medical users who are combating serious ailments and not looking to get too high. However, this is also a good strain for novice consumers as it will more than likely uplift one’s mood, relieve aches and pains – all while keeping paranoia at bay since CBD is known to counter-act THC’s paranoia inducing effects.
This strain is a good choice for novice growers, being easy to cultivate within 60-70 days. It’s not recommended to over extend the flowering period, for it will reduce the poetency of the CBD content. Harlequin plants do become quite dense, its colas needing support closer to harvest time.
Frequently Asked Questions About Harlequin
- What is Harlequin?
Harlequin is a deliciously sweet smelling and tasting sativa with high CBD levels.
- Where does Harlequin come from?
Harlequin comes from a cross of three sativas, Colombian Gold, Thai and Swiss Sativa.
- What does Harlequin smell like?
Harlequin has an earthy, sweet mango-like aroma.
- What does Harlequin taste like?
The taste of Harlequin is similar to its aroma that can also be woody and piney.
- What color does Harlequin have?
Harlequin bares dark green leaves with dark red hairs.
- What effects does Harlequin have?
Renowned for its higher CBD content, consumers say it uplifts ones mood and relieves aches and pains, while keeping paranoia at bay.
- Is Harlequin an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?
Harlequin is a Sativa cannabis strain.