Harle Tsu StrainAbout the Harle-Tsu Strain

The Harle-Tsu strain (Harlequin Tsunami) is a high CBD cannabis product that is a 60/40 hybrid indica/sativa variant. It is a cross between the Sour Tsunami and Harlequin strains, specifically bred to deliver the high CBD with little to no THC, making it ideal for medicinal use and consumers.

There are CBD isolates available that have no CBD, but the inclusion of trace amounts in this strain enable the entourage effect and further activates the endocannabinoid system but does not engage any psychoactive effects in the user.

  • Sativa: 60%
  • Indica: 40%
  • CBD: THC ratio of 20:1
  • CBD: Can contain up to 38.78% CBD, but typically 20-24% CBD
  • THC: less than 1%
  • There is ZERO chance of getting a high from this product
  • Best suited for the medical marijuana audience

Harle-Tsu Strain chart

Even though there is a minuscule THC level in it, because it is from the cannabis plant is it still considered illegal by the Federal government. State laws vary, with some requiring cards for medical marijuana use.

Harle-Tsu Strain and the Senses

Flavor

Just catching the scent of this strain might help like an aromatherapy dose. It’s got the familiar earthy woody flavor you expect, but it’s light, or rather, enhanced by the spicy scents and tastes of pine and pepper, with hints of citrusy, fruity sweetness. It’s a strong, calming flavor that instantly transports you to a calm, cool forest.

Appearance

Harle Tsu Strain

Its appearance is as soothing and oddly calming as it’s flavor and composition. It’s not as round and the buds are fluffy, and they grow in a grapelike form. The Harle-Tsu is a lighter green and isn’t as furry or covered in crystals that other strains with higher THC typically have.

Medical MarijuanaHarle-Tsu Strain Uses

This is one of the most popular medical marijuana strains because it is high in CBD and high in terpenes. This makes it helpful for conditions such as:

  • Depression
  • Sleep Disorders
  • Fatigue
  • Pain
  • Inflammation

Since the Harle-Tsu strain is effective as an anti-inflammatory, it makes it very effective as for muscle strains and pain.

Harle-Tsu Effect

The Harle-Tsu sensation is similar to the familiar comfort and feeling of relaxation you get from a glass of wine at the end of the day. It seems to affect the parts of your mind and body that you need it to, when you need it to, so some of the reactions and effects can be the opposite, depending upon your specific mood and needs.

  • Not psychoactive
  • Complete full body relaxation
  • Happiness, mood booster
  • Deeply relaxing to the point of sleepiness, if you want to sleep, or rejuvenating if you need to have your stress and tension removed to gain motivation
  • Zero THC means Zero positive drug test results if you’re subject to them

Many have described the feeling when using this strains as a feeling of calmness starting at the head behind the eyes then traveling down the neck throughout the whole body. This is a great feature for those who take this for pain because they say they can almost feel the pain lessening and the relaxation sensation replacing it. This makes it especially desirable choice for those suffering from chronic pain, even arthritis.

This sensation of the pain actually leaving increases the relaxation feeling, and it’s this peace and feeling of euphoria that helps increase focus and energy. Others have noted this same feeling as the stress and tension from the day melt away.

Because this strain has a THC content below 1% it is not likely to have any negative side effects typically associated with marijuana usage, such as anxiety or paranoia. As with any of these strains you might experience dry, or cotton-mouth, so you’ll want to have water with you, and pay attention to any coughing that my ensure when smoking.

Growing the Harle-Tsu Strain

Harle Tsu Plant

As with other strains, the Harle-Tsu strain is best grown indoors where you have control over the temperature, lighting, and humidity levels. It’s a thick, dense grower, so you’ll need to trim it regularly to thin it out, preventing the mold and fungus growth. This strain is pretty durable to heat, but you want to keep it at 80oF or less.

  • Flowering at 8-9 weeks
  • High Yield
  • Keep humidity below 50% during flowering stasge

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