What are the effects of Harle-Tsu cannabis?
Harle-Tsu cannabis seeds have often been hard to come by, causing cannabis growers to often have to resort to trying to find clippings to grow clone-only versions of this slightly indica-dominant hybrid. As the resultant cross of Sour Tsunami and Harlequin, Harle Tsu is a near-evenly balanced hybrid with a 1:20 THC to CBD ratio. This means in part that it offers users numerous medicinal benefits and mild recreational effects that are more akin to the first couple of sips of a nice cold glass of pinot gris on a lazy afternoon.
While it is true that the Harle Tsu CBD strain is unlikely to have much of an effect on frequent cannabis users, it is an excellent option for those who have a low THC tolerance.
Containing 40% sativa and 60% indica Harle-Tsu is an uplifting strain that offers deep body relaxation with zero risk of any couch-lock effects. In addition, although it’s indica-leaning, its lighthearted cerebral effects are more akin to a sativa-dominant strain as they grant users an increased sense of focus and mental stimulation, as well as a happiness-inducing mood boost without any overly-caffeinated or psychoactive effects.
So, if you’re seeking some full-body relaxation and feelings of joy-filled buoyancy without your physical or cognitive functions being impaired, Harle-Tsu CBD is likely the ideal strain for you!
What are the therapeutic benefits of Harle-Tsu cannabis?
Given Harle-Tsu’s 20% CBD content, it’s something of an understatement to say that this hybrid is pretty consistently in high demand with patients due to its numerous medical benefits, especially due to the fact that its 1% THC content is unlikely to leave users feeling high. In addition, the fact that it’s rich in the terpenes myrcene, pinene, and B-caryophyllene–just to name a few–helps to make Harle-Tsu’s medical effects particularly potent.
For patients who are seeking stress relief, as well as alleviation from anxiety and depression, Harle-Tsu CBD is reported to provide exactly that.
On the physical end of things, this high-CBD strain is reported to work wonders for pain relief. As an analgesic, Harle-Tsu has the potential to provide rest and respite from chronic pain, GI issues, muscle spasms, headaches, and migraines, as well as inflammation relief, which can be especially beneficial to those suffering from arthritis.
Finally, despite not being known as a sedative, those who are suffering from insomnia due to mental or physical health reasons are likely to be able to get some rest due to the pain-relieving and mentally soothing effects that Harle-Tsu has to offer.
What does Harle-Tsu smell and taste like?
Harle-Tsu has a mild and earthy aroma that carries refreshing notes of pine needles and spices. This is one of those hybrids where its fragrance carries over to its flavor providing users with a delightful melody of pine, citrus, sweetness, and spice. In fact, many find this indica-leaning hybrid’s taste to be so refreshing that they describe it as an alive and euphoric experience!
How do I grow Harle-Tsu cannabis seeds?
Due to the fact that you will need to keep a close eye on the temperature and humidity levels when cultivating this strain both indoors and out in order to prevent mold from forming in or on this dense grower, it may not be the best option for novice growers to select. However, since Pacific Seed Bank only offers customers top-quality feminized seeds, there’s around a 90% chance of your ending up with all-female Harle-Tsu plants.
In addition, whether grown as an outdoor or indoor plant, know that it requires a warm growing environment where daytime temperatures stay under 80 or so degrees Fahrenheit and humidity levels don’t exceed 50%.
What do Harle-Tsu cannabis plants look like?
When it comes to looks, Harle-Tsu does not disappoint with its medium-height plants that produce long fluffy nuggets that are reminiscent of bunches of grapes. Its buds are a soft pale green with a very sparse smattering of orange pistils and few trichomes–both of which are indicative of this being a low-THC strain.
When to harvest your Harle-Tsu cannabis plant
When grown indoors, Harle-Tsu usually enters its flowering time in somewhere around 8-9 weeks, at which point it should provide you with a yield of about 227-340 grams per square meter.
Cultivated out in Mother Nature, this CBD-rich hybrid is known to produce a much larger yield of approximately 435 grams per plant in the autumn, provided it’s not exposed to too high temperature and humidity levels.
Similar cannabis strains to Harle-Tsu
- Harlequin this stress-relieving, sativa-dominant hybrid with 5% THC and 8% CBD is one of Harle-Tsu’s parent strains.
- Sour Tsunami this pain-alleviating, sativa-leaning hybrid with 10%+ CBD and 7% THC also claims Harle-Tsu as an offspring.
- CBD Therapy like Harle-Tsu this sweet and spicy potent medical strain contains a 1:20 THC to CBD ratio.