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Sativa Har Harlequin
Out of 250 ratings:
/ 3.9 Good to Very Good


Harlequin is a 75/25 sativa-dominant strain renowned for its reliable expression of CBD. A descendant of Colombian Gold, Thai, and a Swiss landrace strain, 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 counteracts 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.

Strain Attributes

  • Flavors
Harlequin has the following taste and smell flavor profile:
  • Effects
  • Medical
  • Negatives
Harlequin makes patients feel:
Harlequin helps patients relieve:
Used to help with: Anxiety, Gastrointestinal Disorder, Arthritis, Migraines, Bipolar Disorder
Unfortunately, patients may experience:
Dry Mouth
Dry Eyes

Harlequin Availability

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Anonymouse -- 11/18/2011
"The high is mellow and fairly long lasting, and, although I wouldn't want to do algebra homework on it, it's definitely a daytime smoke. It was very pleasant, having, as much good..." Read more
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strangeloop -- 12/17/2014
"Nice calm high, actually not even a very high high. Seemed like it might have blocked other strains and possibly accentuated the headache tendency of those other strains. I've foun..." Read more
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