We have higher THC than this in MD in this strain, and the CBD is slightly lower. But same pain relief as ever. I like to mix CBD weed with all of my other medical concoctions, cause I have some Lyme disease and this is what works :)
Hybrid -50% Sativa /50% Indica
THC: 1%, CBD: 24%Harley-Tsu, also known as “Harle Tsu,” is an evenly balanced hybrid (50% indica/50% sativa) strain created through a cross of the delicious Harlequin X Sour Tsunami strains. This bud is one of the most medicinal you can find on the market, packing a 24% average CBD level and a THC level that typically tops out at about 1%. With its insanely high CBD level and minimal THC level, Harley-Tsu packs a relatively mild high in terms of traditional effects. It starts with a euphoric lift that boosts your mood and leaves you feeling totally happy and blissful without affecting your energy level. As this high continues, you'll start to feel incredibly relaxed, although not weighed down in the slightest. With these effects, Harley-Tsu is the perfect highly medicinal strain for killing the symptoms of a variety of conditions including chronic pain, inflammation, insomnia, chronic stress, and headaches or migraines. Harley-Tsu buds have long pepper-shaped dark dusty green nugs with sparse tiny orange hairs and a coating of tiny amber colored crystal trichomes. It has a sweet herbal flavor with hints of woody spices. The aroma is incredibly earthy with a touch of sweet pine and tangy citrus.
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Great sour flavor. Kinda cherry too. Very heady for a Cbd strain. It actually got me ripped, and I didn't expect that from a cbd strain. Gotta love the fact that it cures cancer too.
This is my absolute favorite for mental energy and focus. Also good for housework. If I smoke more than 1/2 g of Mama Lou's Harley Tsu at one time I get hyper, like I had too much coffee. I recommend 1/4 to 1/3, to start. Wait a bit (15 minutes) and see how you feel. I can generally get a good 6 hours of writing from one joint... smoking 1/3 and then 1 or 2 hits every 20 or 30 minutes.