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Strawberry Cough | AAA


Sativa Dominant Hybrid | 80% Sativa | 20% Indica

  • AAA Grade


Brief History: Strawberry Cough originated in Connecticut and was created by cannabis pioneer and enthusiast, Kyle Kushman, in 2000. It was by chance that the parent strain of Strawberry Cough was created. Kushman received a clone of the parent strain from another breeder. The clone, the breeder said, grew near a strawberry patch. Kushman named the clone Strawberry Field after its pungent strawberry aroma. Later on, Kushman crossed Strawberry Field with a Haze strain, the result of which is Strawberry Cough. In 2013, Strawberry Cough won in the 2013 Cannabis Cup for Best Flower. It also became popular among cannabis connoisseurs. Its sweet strawberry taste coupled with its powerful cerebral high made it a favorite. Cannabinoid and Terpene Profile: Strawberry Cough has a relatively high THC level of 22% and a CBN level of 1%. CBD level is low at 0.09% and CBG at 1.4%. Its terpene profile includes pinene, myrcene, carene, limonene, ocimene, terpinolene, linalool, caryophyllene, humulene, guaiol, and terpinene. Flavors/Aroma: Strawberry Cough has a sweet strawberry and earthy aroma. It also tastes sweet with hints of berries and strawberries. Effects: A Sativa-dominant strain, the primary effect of Strawberry Cough is euphoria. In addition to the cerebral high, you will also feel an improvement in your mood. It makes you feel happier and relaxed. Strawberry Cough makes you livelier, energetic, uplifted, and exhilarated, making this a great strain to use in social settings. The cerebral high that you get from Strawberry Cough is potent. It may seem disconcerting at first. But once you relax, you will appreciate the solid cerebral high it can give. You will also notice an increase in motivation. It can make you feel more creative and productive. The cerebral experience you get from Strawberry Cough can last anywhere from three to four hours. This strain, however, isn’t the perfect choice if you want to have a good night’s sleep. Medical Conditions: Strawberry Cough is best used in the morning since it can give you the pep you need to start the day. So if your chronic fatigue and pain keep you in bed, a good toke of Strawberry Cough can relieve your symptoms. You can go about your morning duties relatively pain-free. Strawberry Cough is perfect for those with arthritis, muscle aches and pains, chronic fatigue, body malaise, chronic pain, migraines, headaches. Since Strawberry Cough gives your energy and mood levels a boost, this can be a good strain for people with anxiety disorders, depression, bipolar disorder, as well as ADD/ADHD. The strain can stabilize their mood and, at the same time, improve their focus and creativity. Marijuana has antiemetic effects. So people who suffer from nausea and vomiting may also benefit from this strain. Not only can it decrease nausea, but it can also control vomiting. This strain can also address appetite problems since it can boost appetite.


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