• Type:
  • Flowering Period:
    8 to 9 weeks
  • Climate:
  • Yield:
  • Flavors:
    citrus, grapefruit, tart
  • THC Content:
  • Height:
    Medium to tall
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Strain Information

Sounds like dance music, Haarlem is a strain to watch out for as it is composed of balanced Indica and Sativa genes it inherited from its parents. Gage Green ensured that this new variety would be a sweet surprise to their avid fanatics. With that in mind, these breeders combine two most delightful strains, such as the Sour Diesel and Anesthesia strains.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Haarlem?

 A perfect blend of citrus, grapefruit, and tart flavors is only one of the reasons that Haarlem strain is a sought-after variety today. In a single toke and inhale of the smoke coming from a joint of this bud, bring smokers with some smooth, quick-acting sedation that is still relaxing to users. It may be able to take control of you, manipulating your mind and body, depending on how it reacts to the drug.

What are the Medical Benefits of Haarlem?

Ordinary people suffering from some common conditions are being served with the sedation that is also medicinal at some point. In fact, physical pains like muscle pain, fatigue, menstrual cramps, inflammation, and migraine easily disappear from one’s system just like that after a few minutes. Mentally, it also aids in treating anxiety, insomnia, PTSD, ADD/ADHD, depression, and nausea, too.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Haarlem

There are cases when smokers experience adverse or negative effects because of the improper use of this weed strain. It includes dizziness and dry eyes or mouth, too.

How to Grow Haarlem? 

The most suitable place to grow this weed is indoors or outdoors. The healthiest soil to plant it is the silt soil in the semi-Mediterranean climate.

Brand Information