Harlequin 28 grams

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
(6 customer reviews)


Sativa Dominant Hybrid – 75% Sativa / 25% Indica

THC: 7% – 15%, CBD: 10%

Harlequin is a hybrid cross between Colombian Gold, Thai and Swiss Landrace. It constitutes an indica/sativa ratio to be known as 25:75, meaning it is sativa dominant. It has a unique CBD: THC ratio which is best described to be 5:2. In other words, its THC level is 7-15% and CBD level of 4-10%. Its flavour and aromatic popularity is due to the essence of mango and earthy musk. It is best known to act as the most viable relaxing and calming agent. Also, the patient, after using it, can stay quite focused and alert, making the highlighting feature of this strain. In terms of its physical features, it is a dense looking strain with thick nugs all around it and dressed up heavily with trichrome. Its negative effects may include the effects of drying mouth and eyes, slight nausea and headaches in most harsh cases. The specific medical marijuana strain yields to a sufficient quantity and most commonly grown indoors, with a flowering time of sixty to seventy days. It is regarded as an excellent reliever of pain, either associated with the body and muscles, or with the head. The low THC level makes it easier for patient to be mindful.


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  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    “I started smoking when I was 14 and had to stop when 22 due to underlying mental-health problems (bipolar and suffer from extreme panic attacks which often result in hospitalization). I’ve tried smoking multiple times since 22 (I’m now 34) but the result was always the same: 1-2 hrs in the bathtub thinking I was dying and praying for it to stop. I wen’t out of my way to try Harlequin once I heard about it,


  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    “This strain is primarily used for pain management – not getting high. However, I find that I get really high when I smoke enough of it; and the high is really euphoric. It has a higher content of CBD than THC. CBD’s act on a different brain receptors than that of THC. It’s an antagonist of a protein receptor called GPR55, which is found to be associated with memory; therefore you will not have the usual memory loss


  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    “I. Love. Harlequin. I recently “detoxed” from prescription migraine medications. I was taking 15 plus imitrex a month. I saw several doctors and they were all like “keep taking them! It’s not a problem.” What a bunch of crap. The imitrex and topamax (thank god I was only on that briefly) were both causing tons of rebound headaches. That was a few months ago…I’m now back to my “normal” level of migraines. 3-4 a mon


  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    “I made an account just to write this. I have had too many bad anxiety related panics with too many flowers in the course of my life. Harlequin is nothing like any other flower. No panic, no anxiety, just relaxation without that lead-limbed, can’t move stone every other bud delivers. I can usually only take one hit and I have to lie down (super lite weight).


  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    “Harlequiin has been nothing short of a miracle for my varied health problems. I am 30 years old and had not done cannabis before. I was researching ways to heal my gastrointestinal inflammation and bleeding, which contributes to most of my other problems (allergies, hormonal imbalance, fatigue, exercise intolerance, etc) and decided to give cannabis a try.


  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    “Let me start off by saying that I have been terrified of smoking weed for like 10 years now. I had some really bad experiences and have a serious anxiety disorder. I have been avoiding weed and have been sad about it for a long time. Rec weed became legal in my state yesterday and I decided to go buy a gram just for funsies. Even though I don’t smoke, I know a little bit.