Harlequin is a sativa dominant hybrid that offers both the best sativa and indica qualities. Its lineage is diverse – gaining its characteristics from four different strains, as well as a really high CBD level. This makes it a very popular strain for treating various pain conditions, as well as other conditions and disorders.
||80% Sativa 20% Indica
||Up to 7%
||Very High - Up to 7%
||Moderately difficult to grow
||Indoors or Outdoors (best in sunny climate)
||8 to 9 weeks
||14 to 17 ounce per 3x3ft
|Taste & Smell
||Sweet | Earthy | Mango | Spicy | Woody
||Uplifting | Energizing | Creativity
||Pain | Anxiety | Depression
Being 20% indica and 80% sativa, this hybrid is very popular in both recreational and medical marijuana communities. With its reasonably low THC levels and high CBD levels, this strain delivers very effective medicinal uses. This is one of the reasons it comes so highly recommended by medical cannabis dispensaries and medical professionals.
Harlequin Strain Origins
Harlequin is a special sativa dominant strain with unique levels of CBD. As a hybrid, Harlequin carries all types of superpowers, thanks to its ultra-diverse origin. This strain is a descendant of Swiss Sativa, Thai, and Columbian Gold sativas and the indica known as Nepali. This diverse combination of strains delivers an energizing high that comes on quickly.
The sativa effect of Harlequin has led to its widespread use all over the world. You’ll find this popular strain in coffee joints and medical marijuana dispensaries across the globe.
Growing Harlequin Feminized Seeds
Harlequin should be harvested early because the CBD levels degrade with time. The plant is a heavy yielder, so be prepared for large colas. Do this by training the plant to ensure there is sufficient airflow within its canopies for a great yield.
These are feminized seeds. Female plants, contrary to male plants, are the ones that actually produce weed. They start flowering when they receive less light per day, i.e. in the Fall, or when you manipulate the light cycle indoors.
This strain grows well either hydroponically or in the soil. A controlled environment is preferred to make sure that the CBD is well-maintained. The plant can hold high humidity levels and should be kept between 72 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit. Excessive heat may cause the plant to dry up and eventually wither.
This marijuana strain can both be grown indoors and outdoors. The farmer should ensure the soil is rich in nutrients by watering it with compost tea. In cases where you have grown this strain hydroponically, give the plant lots of oxygen in the later stages of flowering to increase bud production.
Growing this strain is not very hard. In fact, it is ranked as moderate.
Flowering and Harvesting
When grown indoors, Harlequin will flower in about 8-9 weeks. Yields should be about 14 ounces per 3-foot area. When grown outdoors, it will yield about 17 ounces of usable marijuana per plant. Harvest during early fall.
Feeding Harlequin Plants
Bergman's Marijuana Fertilizers will help your Harlequin plants flourish each step of its grow. Be sure to get the correct NPK nutrients so you maximize the results fo your yield.
This sturdy, bushy cannabis plant is very resistant to diseases, molds, and pests that commonly affect growing marijuana.
If you want to be sure your plants are well protected from molds and bugs, our marijuana protector sets go well with even the most resilient of strains.
Experiencing The Harlequin Strain
Harlequin is an uplifting and happiness-inducing bud. This sativa dominant hybrid is capable of boosting energy, which makes it a perfect smoke to start your day. The energy harlequin delivers helps you feel inspired to complete your tasks even when you aren’t normally motivated to do so.
Harlequin is a great way to juggle issues like pain and anxiety as its high CBD levels counteract any paranoia that may come from higher-level THC strains.
Harlequin has varying adverse effects on its users. These effects may differ based on how long and how much you’ve consumed. Novice smokers may experience dizziness when using this strain, and this dizziness may lead to a slight feeling of anxiety and paranoia.
At times, this strain may lead to mild headaches as it calms down the body, though only on rare occasions. For experienced users, however, their most common effect is dehydration, which may be experienced in the mouth or eyes. If this is a problem, drink lots of water while consuming this strain.
Uses for Harlequin
Consumers love this strain due to its high CBD levels. Not only does this give the strain very effective medicinal properties, but it also makes it the perfect strain to counteract most anxiety caused by high levels of THC.
This strain’s high CBD also amplifies its painkiller effects, making it great for pain management. It is recommended for chronically ill patients suffering from joint pains, headaches, migraines, and muscle spasms. Harlequin has also been known to help with cramps and reduce debilitating seizures caused by epilepsy.
Depression and anxiety may benefit from this mood elevator, because of its ability to conjure happy vibes. Harlequin is also used to help patients with inflammatory disorders and can instantly alleviate pain. When smoked, it alters moods rapidly and sends them in positive directions.
The Harlequin strain also increases appetite, perfect for those that are looking to gain weight. Combine this with its ability to relieve nausea, and it’s the perfect strain for inducing appetites.
Harlequin Taste and Smell
If you love the aroma of sweet-smelling herb in the morning, this plant is it. With just one toke, the room fills up with a naturally pleasant smell. This strain doesn’t smell as strong and potent as many others. Instead, it offers the overwhelming aroma of pure earthiness. You’ll also detect a gentle touch of fresh mangos in full bloom on a tropical island floating in the air.
The taste of the Harlequin is very strong and is described as a spicy herbal flavor. When you consumed this strain, you’ll enjoy a rich earthy flavor, with notes of fresh pine. This invigorating, yet pleasant woody flavor is hard to miss and will taste a bit creamy on the palette.
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