Buy Harlequin Sativa marijuana online
Buy Harlequin Sativa marijuana online : RATING: 8.1
THC: 4% – 7%
CBD: 8% – 16%
GENETICS: Swiss Sativa, Thai, Colombian Gold
APPEARANCE: The beauty of Harlequin is mind blowing. She has a frosted, jazzy external appearance due to being densely covered in trichomes and red pistils.
SMELL: Harlequin buds will smell like a mixture of tropical fruit and mint, described as spicy sandalwood.
BEST FOR TREATING: Pain, stress, depression, inflammation, headaches.
CREATED FEELINGS: Harlequin has vast applications and affects people in very diverse ways. Many patients are blown away by it, produces a dense fog of sweet incense, with a soothing, soft and spicy san- dalwood scent.
DURATION: Around 1 to 4 hours
SIMILAR STRAINS: Charlotte’s Web, Dancehall, Trident, Fire OG, Headband
Harlequin is a 75/25 sativa-dominant strain renowned for its reliable expression of CBD. A descendant of Colombian Gold, a Nepali indica, and Thai and Swiss landrace strains, you can depend on Harlequin to provide clear-headed, alert sativa effects. Unlike most high-CBD strains, Harlequin almost always develops a CBD:THC ratio of 5:2, making this strain one of the most effective out there for treatment of pain and anxiety, as CBD can counteract THC’s paranoia while amplifying its painkilling properties. Flavors can range from earthy musk to sweet mango, but without a doubt, what draws crowds to Harlequin is its ability to relax without sedation and to relieve without intoxication.
Harlequin Sativa marijuana : RATING: 8.1
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