Strawberry Cough is an East Coast stinker loved by all sorts.

This fruity strain comes from the East Coast in USA. Its parent strains are said to be a mix of Strawberry Fields and Haze. Strawberry Cough is a sativa itself. A previous High Times magazine editor by the name of Kyle Kushman grew this originally. He was able to make a winner out of this masterpiece.

Places like the Cafés of Amsterdam, cities in America, and similar places all over the world have acquired and have truly enjoyed this strain through the years. Users say the buds of this strain are small but very thick. The petite and dense buds have red hairs in it and are covered in white tricombs. The red coloring to the bud gives the flower a more strawberry look to it as well. It is a fitting look considering how it smells and even tastes to many users.

The flavor of the smoke and the aroma profile of this strain is berry/skunky. As in it has a mix of berries and skunk to its aroma. It also has a more of a strawberry-like sweet taste that stands out among the rest of its sibling strains. No doubt that this garnered the strain its very name. It even has a little bit of an earthiness to it.

This hearty and robust strain blooms in full near the middle of the Fall season.

Strawberry Cough can grow pretty tall for a sativa - up to 6 feet tall. In terms of yield, it can produce a medium high to high yield. The highest yield growers can expect outdoors would be around 780 grams per meters squared.

This strain is considered medium difficulty for growers looking to try something new. Strawberry Cough grows robust and full in both indoor and outdoor grow set ups, including greenhouses. Many growers report that they like to use SOG to get highest yields.

This strain finishes in about 9 weeks indoors.

For those living in the Northern Hemisphere, expect outdoor flowers to finish in the second or third week of October. It is never too early in the fall season to enjoy some of Strawberry Cough.

This sativa dominant strain lifts patients up while it makes them hack up a lung.

This is a sativa dominant strain with 80% sativa to 20% indica. It has a THC count in the 25% range, and almost no CBD. This is the perfect strain to have when patients and recreational users want to ease stress, quell anxiety, and find a strain that will help them feel chipper.

Strawberry Cough can help a patient relax and temporarily melt away symptoms of depression. Appetites get reawakened with ease all thanks to the power of Strawberry Cough. Every phenotype of this strain provides a euphoric and uplifting cerebral high to all its patients.

Experienced smokers note that they take their time with this one. The smoke tends to be harsh as it expands to fill the lungs, hence why people have chosen to name this strain Strawberry Cough. It is unfortunate to note that there are side effects when using this strain.

Besides coughing up a lung, it is important to know that too much of this strain will result in headaches and even paranoia in some users. Some lesser side effects are dry eyes and cottonmouth.

Adam Rhodes

An adventure seeking nerd, nothing too serious but people seem to like him, Adam is also the creator and writer for The Strain Domain

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