Worried about meeting a deadline? Strawberry Cough is a mellow yet energizing sativa that promotes focus and clear-headedness. The THC content in this strain isn’t all that high, making it a good option for those who are new to the herb or have a low tolerance. Try Strawberry Cough when you’re stressed and have far too much to do.
Strawberry Cough is thought to be the product of a Haze strain, though it’s genetics are a bit mysterious. This sativa was given to famous breeder Kyle Kushman long ago. The original plant is said to have been grown in a strawberry field somewhere, which supposedly gave the herb it’s sweet berry taste.
Most Strawberry Cough buds have somewhere between 15 and 20% THC. This makes it a decent strain for anyone new to the psychoactive. Experienced consumers will find that these levels provide a nice and easy experience, nothing too over the top or powerful.
Since it entered the scene, this strain has quickly spread around the United States. It’s most popular on the West Coast, but it likely has East Coast roots. The aroma of this strain really does take after strawberries. However, this fruity sweetness is accompanied by earthy, floral, herbal afternotes.
The Strawberry Cough experience
You’ll want to have a glass of ice water or a popsicle after this flower. While many strains earn their names from their lineage, this one earned its title thanks to its aroma and effects. Yes, you really will feel like you are coughing strawberries.
While the little bit of pain is inevitable, it’s very quickly followed by a hefty dose of pleasure. This is why Strawberry Cough is so popular despite its most common side effect.
This sativa produces an energized and clear-headed experience. Though this strain is a sativa, it does tend to provide a slight body high that promotes physical relaxation. Overall, however, expect mental effects. If you have an office job or need some help focusing, Strawberry Cough is a great choice.
This herb mild enough to be used in public during the day, but it’s also quite stimulating. While some sativas are like a strong cup of coffee, this strain hits more like a good black tea. Only, without the jitters. This isn’t a good choice for nighttime, but it’s perfect for some quality thinking work.
Why do people use Strawberry Cough?
Strawberry Cough is strain for getting things done. Sometimes anxiety or rushing to meet a deadline can actually slow down the process. This is where Strawberry Cough can help. It promotes mental relaxation and a carefree spirit while encouraging sharp concentration.
The heady sativa effects make this strain popular among those with migraines, ADD/ADHD, and chronic fatigue. It also tends to make you a bit hungry, so it’s a nice option for anyone who struggles to maintain appetite during the day.
One of the most common medical uses of Strawberry Cough is for managing stress. If your stomach is in knots from nervousness and anxiety, this strain will help you calm down without causing sluggishness.