The strain was originally cultivated for making hash/concentrates, but rather than creating a resinous strain that was high in THC, the breeder ended up creating a strain that gained notoriety for its elevated CBD content.
Harlequin has few negative effects that may include dry mouth and eyes, slight nausea and headaches in most harsh cases. The specific medical marijuana strain yields to a sufficient quantity and most commonly grown indoors, with a flowering time of sixty to seventy days. It is regarded as an excellent reliever of pain, either associated with the body and muscles, or with the head. The low THC level makes it easier for patient to be mindful.