Halley’s Comet is a Sativa dominant hybrid strain with 60% Sativa and 40% Indica. It’s one of those rare medicinal strains with almost balanced THC and CBD content; 12% THC and 14% CBD. Patients enjoy this strain because they get to benefit from moderate THC effects without getting overwhelmed; they also enjoy massive amounts of CBD. This also means that this strain can be used at any time of the day, making it even more wonderful.
Halley’s Comet is a cross between an early Californian Skunk strain with the stable genetics of Skunk #1.
Most cannabis strains will have CBD amounts ranging between 0.1%-1%, so Halley’s Comet stands out because of the super-high CBD amounts. Even with the moderate THC level, this strain won’t get you stoned.
It’s a social strain that will induce giggles and a chitty chatty mood. Patients with social anxiety disorders may benefit from having a few tokes to ease social pressure. Even though this may not offer a long-term remedy, it may get you started on a journey to better social skills.
Halley’s Comet is named after the brightest comet in the sky, for good reasons. The neon green nugs are soaked in silvery-white trichomes that shine against the light, giving it the appearance of an illuminated comet. The nugs cling together in popcorn shape and glow under light, reflecting the green color of the surrounding foliage. Orange pistils can be spotted randomly curling around the nugs.
Halley’s Comet has a sour citrusy aroma with earthy undertones. The taste is pleasant herbal on the exhales, something to look forward to.
The plants grow tall and produce decent yields when grown in optimal conditions. It does well both indoors and outdoors and is not a difficult strain to cultivate.
This is a High CBD Sativa dominant hybrid strain with 60% Sativa and 40% Indica. THC: CBD ratio is almost 1:1, it has 12% THC and 14% CBD.
Halley’s Comet is a cross between a Californian Skunk and Skunk #1, making it a strong Skunk strain.
The flavor of Haleigh’s comet is earthy, pine and sweet. This suggests the presence of the following terpenes:
Myrcene is the most abundant terpene in cannabis, as well as lemon grass. It has been used by herbalists for many years to treat various conditions. Most Kush strains have high amounts of myrcene. A Brazilian study published in 1990 showed that myrcene can be used to relieve pain and inflammation.
Pinene is abundant in the barks of coniferous trees, and traditional healers have it to treat illness for many years.
This terpene has floral lavender like aroma with spicy undertones. It has relaxing effects and boosts the anti-depressant effects of this strain. It also stimulates the production of vitamin E.
What Consumers are Saying:
The effects of Halley’s Comet set in “poco-a-poco,” beginning in the head as it transcends down the torso to the limbs. This being a Kush Sativa, expect a powerful head buzz that will trigger the release of creative juices. You will enjoy an uplifted and energized feeling as your thoughts condense to a focus. Artists and maestros have made use of this effect to come up with genius pieces.
Having high CBD amounts, Halley’s Comet is good for treating seizures and epilepsy fits.
Potential Medical Benefits
Below are a list of conditions that Halley’s Comet may be helpful in managing. We have selected these conditions based upon two sources: reviews from consumers who report using the strain to manage these symptoms, and/or substantial scientific evidence suggesting that its dominant terpenes may help manage the conditions listed below.
Some users reported dehydration and headaches.