Welcome to House of Harlequin

House of Harlequin is a platform to explore and share the relationship between healing plants and humans. Cannabis is one of those plants. Our approach views cannabis as a healing plant that requires medicinal and mindful practices.

Possibly one of the earliest agricultural crops, Cannabis has been used as cord in pottery, food source and medicine as early as 8,000 BCE. Here at House of Harlequin, we explore and share that age-old relationship.

Our mission is to explore and share the mutual relationship between healing plants and human beings.

Plants of Interest

The plants listed here all exhibit CBD-rich phenotypes and have been of special personal interest to the House of Harlequin because of their ability to heal. Our personal connections to people who have experienced relief from a variety of conditions has touched our hearts and reinforce our belief in the healing power of CBD-rich Cannabis.

Harlequin • Ringo's Gift • Medi-Haze • Omrita • AC/DC • Hare-Tsu • Jamaican Lion • Electra • Sour Tsunami
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Thoughts on Finish – A Guide to Flushing, Harvesting and Curing. Part III

This is part two of a three-part series on what i find to be best practices for flushing, harvesting and curing….

Thoughts on Finish – A Guide to Flushing, Harvesting and Curing. Part II

This is part two of a three-part series on what i find to be best practices for flushing, harvesting and curing….

Thoughts on Finish – a Guide to Flushing, Harvesting and Curing. Part I

What is meant by flushing, drying and curing? If you smoke cannabis, you may have noticed there are times when your…

Soil Libations: The benefits of soil-borne bacteria and fungi, as well as Lactobacillus

There are several ways to build soil that do not involve buying expensive, pre-packaged amendments or nutrients. Most of what you…

Cannabis Factory Farming and Confined Feeding Operations

The Environmental Protection Agency defines confined feeding operations(CAFO) as a production process that concentrates large numbers of animals in relatively small…

Life in the soil

I like to consider how to provide the ideal situation for plants in the garden. A good place to start is…