Harle-Tsu: This High-CBD Hybrid Will Knock Out Pain
Searching for an excellent high-CBD strain? Harle-Tsu can feature up to 20 times more cannabidiol than THC, and often found in the form of an oil.
Often found in the form of an oil, Harle-Tsu is an excellent CBD strain bred by Southern Humboldt Seed Collective. This strain produces so little THC that it is more or less hemp but extracts from this bud feature a high enough amount of THC (over 0.3 percent) that they are often sold in both medical and recreational cannabis dispensaries. Whether you’re suffering from pain or severe anxiety, Harle-Tsu is the perfect non-psychoactive strain for the job.
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Harle-Tsu is a cross between two well-respected high CBD strains, Harlequin and Sour Tsunami. Harlequin is considered a sativa flower that produces a 5:2 ratio of CBD to THC. Sour Tsunami was one of the first CBD strains, and it tends to produce a more one to one ratio of the two cannabinoids.
The resulting hybrid is a truly excellent medicinal strain that often features a CBD level up to 20 times more than THC. The THC in this strain is frequently below 1 percent, which means that this flower does not provide a psychoactive high. Even more impressive, Harle-Tsu has a 75 percent chance of expressing a high-CBD variant.
Like many high-CBD strains, the aroma of Harle-Tsu is quite woody and earthy. It often features hints of pine and a slight sharp spice. Some may find that this bud has a slight flowery sweetness or a light citrus quality. Buds tend to be fairly fluffy and light in color.
The Harle-Tsu experience
This flower is commonly used in making high-CBD oils and concentrates. Coming across this plant in flower form may be kind of rare, but it is a treat for those that happen to find it.
Both medical and recreational cannabis consumers can enjoy Harle-tsu, but it is generally thought of as a medical cannabis strain.
While this strain probably won’t be very exciting for those looking to hit the clubs on a Friday night or chow down on some takeout while binging on Netflix, Harle-tsu is a great choice for those seeking a subtle way to take the edge off during the day.
This bud produces a sense of calmness and pleasant well-being without causing any of the cognitive changes associated with THC.
If you’re consuming this strain as a dried flower, Harle-tsu is a smooth hitting bud when both smoked and when used in a vaporizer. A breath full of Harle-tsu is almost instantly relaxing, calming the nerves and providing much-needed stress relief without a high.
Why do people use Harle-Tsu?
As mentioned above, Harle-Tsu is most often recognized as a medical cannabis strain. Harle-Tsu is a top choice among patients seeking relief from chronic pain.
For many, high-CBD strains may work better than the classic THC options. This bud is also completely safe to use during the day, as it promotes feelings of alertness and focus.
For this reason, Harle-Tsu is similar to an aspirin, as it eases away symptoms without producing a head high. This strain also is unlikely to cause body-heavy sensations, though this bud does promote a strong relaxation and may help loosen up stiff muscles.
For those who consider themselves recreational or general wellness consumers, this bud is perfect for busy types who need to really focus on getting this accomplished.
Unlike THC which can cause mental haziness, the high CBD in Harle-tsu makes this strain excellent for those who need to perform complicated mental tasks or cope with a high-stress environment.