The pride and joy of Reeferman Genetics, Harmony is a perfectly balanced hybrid that captures both its sativa and indica effects and presents them to users in a blissful little package. Bred from a three-way cross between Santa Marta Colombian Gold, Lemon Thai, and Lemon OG Kush, it’s uplifting and balanced.
A great strain for all experience levels, Harmony clocks in right around 14% THC on average. Nugs are very light and airy, and their small pebble shapes are coated with thin orange pistils and orange tinged milky trichomes. Aromas and tastes are vastly different from each other, but are each complex and developed in their own way. Citrus, earth, spice, and a buttery goodness will invade your nose as you break the nugs apart, and a taste of citrus kush will tingle your taste buds.
Despite being a well-balanced hybrid, the sativa effects of Harmony start off your high in full force, bringing users a euphoric and motivated sense of purpose. You’ll have immense amounts of focus and can accomplish even the most trying task on your plate. Happy and creative, you may also get the urge to become active, making this a great strain for outdoor adventures. However, keep in mind that the indica side of your high is still looming, and as it hits your body you’ll feel tingles that often end up completely arousing you.
A great option for all around pain relief, Harmony is a favorite of medical patients. Anti-inflammatory properties work to soothe aching muscles and can make headaches, cramps, and spasms a thing of the past. Equally as effective for your mind, users who are constantly stressed or depressed will finally be able to breathe a sigh of relief after just a few tokes. With her mellow comedown, Harmony brings helpful effects without rendering you useless.
Seeds of this strain are in high demand, and you should consider yourself lucky if you’re able to obtain some. Home cultivators should note that Harmony does well inside or outdoors, but can prove to be a bit temperamental and thus is best handled by experienced growers. After 8 to 9 weeks of flowering time, you’ll be blessed with a decently sized yield.