Harle-Tsu, a CBD-heavy and low-thc hybrid strain, is a perfect strain for patients who want high-CBD medicine. Hartle-Tsu is known to bring powerful relief to symptoms such as pain and inflammation and anxiety without the psychoactive effects of high-THC medicine. Harle-Tsu is most reported to make users feel relaxed, focused, uplifted, happy, and euphoric. Medicinally, Harle-Tsu is most reported to work as an analgesic, anti-inflammatory, anti-migraine, muscle relaxant, and stress reliever.
Bred by the Southern Humboldt Seed Collective, Harle-Tsu has a CBD content 20 times higher than its THC content, making it relatively non-psychoactive. Harle-Tsu was created through a selective crossing of Harlequin and Sour Tsunami, until the phenotype of the strain expressed high-CBD and low THC trains. This creates an easy medicine to smoke for patients with low tolerance to psychoactive medicine, for patients who need high CBD for their symptoms, or for patients who just prefer this strain to treat their illness.
Harle-Tsu has the flavors of many CBD rich medications: earthy, sweet, and herbal. The terpene profile on high CBD and Low THC tends to be more herbal and sweet, with less pungency and skunkyness than high-THC cannabis. This could possibly be because of the terpenes inside the resinous trichomes, which may become more potent with the presence of more THC. Harle-Tsu Grows bright green with big orange hairs and at an average height. The flowering time averages at 8 weeks, and the CBD resin can be extracted into oils as well as dried on the flower for consumption.
Included below are three reviews of Harle TSU which MMJ patients posted on Leafly, a marijuana strain network for medical marijuana patients.
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“While in the military,had multiple body injuries.Have taken the usual Pharmacy cocktails that just did more damage.Finally got my medical cannabis card and the first strain I tried was Harle-Tsu. Work exceedingly well for my skeletal & muscular pain. Also tamed that nerve tingle.The pheno type I had gave a taste of hashy,peppery & menthol taste. It also gave a mellow head buzz with no anxiety or panic attack. After two snapper bowls was relaxed & at ease enough to finally drift off to the first restful sleep in a long while. will try to keep on hand,beautiful strain.” -PaPaJ
“A good herb for relaxation. Not much of a cerebral high, but what little high you do get is focused and energetic but calm. Its good to mix with some powerful indicas to even it out. If your a ztoner looking to get blasted its not for you. But if you need relief through the day and need to be focused it is for you. For me no anxiety or paranoia.”-medicineman7
“Harle-Tsu variants have up to 20% CBD and down to >1% THC. My review is for Harle Tsu #16 sold by a local dispensary displaying a lab report indicating 11% CBD and 5% THC. So for this strain I disagree with the current Leafly description “without psychoactivity” since the 20:1 description is only for an unusual strain variant. I definitely had a strong and full high, but it was somewhat different from a usual THC high (I am unable to verbally describe that difference). Harle Tsu #16 is certainly quite psychoactive and furnished a very mellow after-high, which makes sense, since inhaled CBD reportedly has a half-life longer than 24 hours, far beyond the THC half-life… the question that health-conscious cannabis users must ask themselves these days: Since so many health benefits are associated with CBD, is there any good reason why a high-CBD strain (or at least 1:1) should not be used instead of (or alongside) a “normal” high-THC strain?” -ThatToo