Lineage: Columbian Gold X Thai X Swiss Sativa
Flowering Time: 60 – 70 days
Height: 110 – 140 cm
Yield: 550 – 700 g/m2
Growing Difficulty: Easy – Moderate
The strain was made by crossing three strains namely the Columbian Gold, Thai, and the Swiss Sativa. It has a pungent tropical feast aroma with a subtle flavor that can leave you with an earthy and spicy hint. The buds are very dense and full while the nugs are covered with pistils and trichomes. You will notice that the buds are hanging on its elongated branches.
This is not suitable to people who are looking for an intense high because of its low THC level. Yet, this can be an effective treatment for various kinds of diseases due to its high amount of CBD. You can consider this as a lifesaver to those people who are sick especially when going through post-traumatic disorders, anxiety, and pain.
It can also help people who are suffering from anorexia, because the strain is said to improve appetite. You can also get rid of the unwanted effects of undergoing treatments for cancer like chemotherapy and radiation.
You can get better yields if the strain is grown in a place with proper air circulation which can be achieved by clearing out lower branches. You don’t have to extend its flowering period if you want to maintain the CBD content of the strain.
It provides relaxing and calming effects to the users.
It increases mental focus and acuity.
It can be used to relieve pain that you feel in your muscles, body, or with your head.
It can also alleviate anxiety despite the fact that users will not experience intense high.
The strain can control appetite that can help people who are suffering from eating disorders like anorexia.
Patients with ADHD, PTSD, and depressed should try using the strain to alleviate their feelings.
It can help reduce the negative effects of chemotherapy and radiation when treating cancer.
The strain can cause dry mouth, dry eyes, anxiety, dizziness, and headache.
Growing Harlequin Tips:
It can provide best results when proper air circulation can be maintained.
It is necessary that you clear out lower branches to improve air circulation.
You should grow the strain in temperature between 70 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit while having a humidity of 50 percent.
It is not advisable that you extend the flowering time of the strain if you don’t want the CBD content to diminish.
It requires extra support to prevent the plants from collapsing.