Strawberry Cough Strain Specifications
- Type: Sativa dominant (80% Sativa 20% Indica)
- Genetics Parents: Rumored to be Old School Haze x Eardbeer x Strawberry Fields
- Flowering Period: 8 weeks
- Climate: Temperature, Continental, Sunny, Mediterranean
- Yield: 200-300g/m2 indoors/ 400g per plant outdoors
- Flavors: Strawberry, Earthy, Sweet, Tropical
- THC Level: 20%
- CBD Level: 1.6%
- Height: Medium
- Harvest Period: October
- Growing Difficulty: Easy
What are the Flavor and Effects of Strawberry Cough Strain?
When smoking this tropical strawberry flavored weed, the Strawberry Cough strain releases a creamy-sweet fog that tickles the throat and lungs. As the consumers begin to cough with every hit, so will the mind blowing high that raises their grin from ear to ear. A long-lasting focused and uplifting sensation will then kick in followed by serene calmness. Users will find themselves feeling creative, concentrated and motivated while smoking this strain.
What are the Medical Benefits of Strawberry Cough Strain?
The Strawberry Cough marijuana strain has been used as a mood-enhancing medicine for depressed patients and can help alleviate stress, PTSD and fatigue. This strain can also benefit ADD and ADHD patients by inducing them in a focused state. Moreover, the Strawberry Cough strain can be used as a pain-killing remedy for chronic pain, headache, muscle spasms and the like.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Strawberry Cough Strain
Common side effects from consuming the Strawberry Cough marijuana strain are cottonmouth and dry and itchy red eyes. Hydrating oneself with water or juices can help with these adverse effects. Drinking coffee or energy drinks are not advisable as it can lead to heightened heart rate and dehydration. Users can also possibly experience dizziness, headache, and anxiety when overusing this strain.
How to Grow Strawberry Cough Strain
In just weeks 9-11 weeks, the Strawberry Cough strain grows into a sturdy, multi-branched herb with compacted, pine-shaped buds that are coated with heavily dense frosty trichomes. Gardeners of all levels will find this strain easy to grow because of its low-maintenance attribute.
When growing indoors, this plant grows well via soil or hydroponic setup which can give them enough nutrients to grow and yield efficiently. To yield around 200-400g/m2, it is best to plant this strain in a 20-22 degrees Celsius environment. For outdoor growing, this plant can yield up to 600g per plant when placed in a dry, warm area with enough sunlight.