Harlequin is a Sativa-dominant hybrid strain consisting of 75% Sativa and 25% Indica. It resulted from a cross between Colombian Gold, Thai, and Swiss Landrace. Harlequin marijuana strain is known for its strange chemical composition. It is one of the few strains with low THC but high CBD content, making it more popular among medical users. Harlequin has a THC of between 7-15% and a whopping 10% CBD. The strain is an award winner, scooping the 2014 Cannabis Cup and 2019 Highlife Cup in the Netherlands.
Harlequin is identified by its tight, dense, medium-sized buds and medium green leaves. The pistils can take a rusty range of colors from orange to vivid red. The flowers are beautifully decorated with amber trichomes.
This marijuana strain is grown from its seeds. You are better off choosing the indoor approach since you can control climate as expected. It also performs outdoors under warm weather and moderate-to-low humidity. The flowering time for Harlequin is between 8-9 weeks, and cultivators are advised to harvest a bit earlier for a CBD-packed cannabis strain like Harlequin. Observe the color change. If the trichomes turn milky with a mushroom head, they are ready for harvest. Harlequin produces 25 ounces per square meter when grown indoors and 21 ounces per plant outdoors.
Harlequin cannabis strain is sweet-smelling marijuana that will fill a room with a pleasant aroma. It oozes scents of notes of wood and soil, but users have also reported hints of mango and creamy vanilla. The flavor of Harlequin is the best treatment for your tongue. It provides a potent herbal flavor with pine undertones. You can also notice a creamy, woody taste on the exhale.
Harlequin marijuana is best-known for its viably relaxing and calming effects. It is also best at improving focus and alertness. Patents can safely use it to alleviate the symptoms of arthritis, chronic pain, fatigue, headaches, inflammation, and many others while remaining mindful.
- Improving focus
- Dry mouth
- Dry eyes