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Harlequin

Harlequin is clone only hybrid that is extremely popular by medical patients looking for pain relief without the “high”. Harlequin is known to have extremely high levels of CBD.

Harlequin clones are available at many dispensaries in the Bay Area, especially at those dispensaries that are part of Project CBD.

Harlequin has been tested at Harborside Health Center in Oakland, California and came out with 10% THC and 9% CBD. This the almost perfect, and always coveted 1:1 ratio of THC to CBD.

Harlequin derived from one phenotype of a plant that was bred to produce hashish. Harlequin is 75% sativa and 25% indica. The sativa side of Harlequin derives from an early 1970s Colombian Gold , a Thai from the border of Laos , and a Swiss landrace that was used for cattle feed. The Indica is from Nepal’s Mustang state. All of Harlequin’s parents are high elevation plants.

Harlequin smell and taste is a sweet syrupy heavy taste that is extremely pleasant to everyone.

Harlequin is tailor made to grow indoors. Flowering takes about 60-70 days indoor, which is a lot more than most strains but it’s worth it. Harlequin sets flowers extremely quick, after 2 weeks of flowering you will start seeing fingertip sized flowers.

After a full flowering cycle, Harlequin will need branch support because the colas get extremely heavy. Harlequin’s bud can sometimes get extremely obscured by trichomes to the point that buds look like frosting was sprinkled all over them.

Harlequin is used by medical patients to treat several things including PTSD, Leukemia, Lupus, Fibromyalgia, ADHD, Severe Menstrual Pain, Liver Disease, Severe Pain, Sleep Disorder, Depression.

“I’ve been using Harlequin to treat my migraine, Harlequin is perfect to use during the day. If you have to stay alert and get things done during the day, Harlequin is my go to solution”

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