Strawberry Cough Marijuana Strain [2019 Review]
January 4, 2019
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Strawberry Cough Marijuana Strain [2019 Review]

Medical facts, benefits and more
MarijuanaBreak Staff MarijuanaBreak Staff / Updated on January 4, 2019

Strawberry Cough Strain


Even with its mysterious genetic origins, Strawberry Cough marijuana strain presents an unmistakable berry flavor that’s become a stoner favorite throughout the US… Read on to find out why we love this exotic sativa!

No one is really sure where Strawberry Cough originated from, but there is plenty of speculation surrounding the powerful,  strawberry-flavored creation. The result of an expert crossbreeding by the master himself, Kyle Kushman, Strawberry Cough has won the Best Flower title back at the 2013 Cannabis Cup, gaining recognition far beyond simple public admiration.

| “Multiple sources can agree that Strawberry Cough is one of the best sativa strains in the world, and for numerous reasons.”

Even if it is not a “fully understood” strain, its potent strawberry flavor is unmistakable, offering the type of experience that will leave even the most avid smokers coughing and, more importantly, completely satisfied.

Most of all, its name represents its flavor profile, aroma and appearance accurately – so next time you see this pretty girl in your dispensary, sitting on the shelves, be sure to pick up a gram or two and take some hits.

Keep reading to discover more information about Strawberry Cough with MarijuanaBreak’s complete review…

What Is Strawberry Cough?

Classified genetically as a sativa (with an 80% sativa and 20% indica makeup), Strawberry Cough is said to be a crossbreed between Strawberry Fields and a mysterious old-school staple Haze strain, although there is much speculation concerning the facts of how this potent sativa came to be.

Its honest origins don’t really matter, because the high quality of Strawberry Cough is remarkable and unmissable, surprising and astounding all those who try it – even marijuana consuming veterans.

Those who have given it a go become completely hooked. With an immense THC quantity, well-grown Strawberry Cough buds have been rated at 15-26% THC composition in conducted lab tests. While not as high as some other strains, this is still more than suitable for those who hope to be left with profound feelings of elation and euphoria, while at the same time gaining sizable amounts of energy and melting any fatigue or tiredness away — usually in just 10-15 minutes.

Strawberry Cough: Aroma, Flavor and Appearance

Strawberry Cough Strain

Much as the name implies, the overall aroma of Strawberry Cough is predominantly, well… strawberry; reminiscent of fresh summer berries growing in a country field. Some undertones also peak through the scent profile with hints of earth and skunk, which might be why this marijuana strain tends to cause coughing after it has been inhaled. The scent immediately consumes any room it’s in, lingering for a long time even after the buds themselves have been locked tightly away.

The flavor is similar to the aroma, aside from a few subtle differences. The overall taste is, of course, rich in fruity strawberries, but hints of earth also present themselves, similar to when you eat a berry picked straight from the dirt.

| “Strawberry Cough is a strain that every stoner needs to experience; the tropical berry sweetness perfectly conflicting with subtle notes of earth and grass.”

The aftertaste is a bit herbal and spicy, which will usually linger inside the mouth long after the smoke has cleared. Your taste buds will become especially pleased with this flavor profile, as the strawberry is not only tasty but also very sweet and sugary, satisfying even the most extreme sweet tooths out there.

Appearance-wise, the buds on Strawberry Cough are beautiful, featuring a multitude of colors that complement each other pleasantly. The sugar leaves are shades of violet purple, neon green and earthy yellow, with frequent patches of bright orange pistils, or tiny hairs, that curl and twist amongst the frosty, smokable leaves.

The sugar leaves are quite densely coated with trichomes, taking on a crystalline appearance which closely mimics the first frost of the year when the roads all develop a thin coating of ice, which glimmers and shines underneath the streetlight.

Strawberry Cough Grow Info

Most people would agree that Strawberry Cough is a pretty easy strain to cultivate, which of course makes it a suitable option for a variety of growers – and those with wide-ranging skill level and experience.

Even complete beginners could try giving this crop a shot, because it practically takes care of itself, relatively speaking. The crops stature is quite bushy, so it does not need much support to grow well, it manages to do so on its own. A small amount of maintenance can, however, support healthy thriving of this marijuana type, with regular pruning of the excess foliage and proper ventilation both helping the crop to flourish.

| “Giving Strawberry Cough plants some organic nutrients has also proven beneficial, assisting the plant with an extra boost to produce the largest yields possible.”

Strawberry Cough can be cultivated both indoors and outdoors, but regardless of its environment, it must be grown within a suitable climate. The strain prefers a warm or hot tropical location, with temperatures between 70-85 degrees Fahrenheit, or 21-30 degrees Celsius, including overnight.

If you can find a way to keep the temperatures just as warm once the sun has gone down, you’ll be able to maximize your crop yields. The crop itself grows medium in height, which makes it take up less upwards space than many sativa strains tend to. For this reason, it can be grown in a variety of different indoor spaces, even those that don’t have a very high ceiling.

The typical flowering period for Strawberry Cough is between 9-10 weeks, with outdoor harvest time falling around early to mid October. Outdoor yields typically produce on average 14 ounces of useable bud per plant, while indoor yields average 14 ounces per meter squared.

Strawberry Cough Effects

Strawberry Cough is a bit of a complex sativa strain, because it does prove the same energy and uplift as other strains with this same categorization do, yet it is still very mellow and relaxing at the same time.

Some sativas can make you jittery and cause your mind to run a million miles a minute at full force, but Strawberry Cough is not like this; it enhances your natural state and wires in your ability to be focused plus motivated, all while keeping your heart rate down but your mind sharp and alert.

For this reason, Strawberry Cough is an ideal “getting-things-done” strain; essential if you’ve got a big exam to study for or a crap ton of work that needs catching up on. Best suited for an energy boost during the day, or when you’re beginning to wind down at night but still want to be in the mood to hang and socialize.

Medical Benefits of Strawberry Cough

Some have said that Strawberry Cough is the ultimate mental health marijuana strain, acting fast to relieve a variety of mental health issues and conditions affecting the mind. This cannabis seems to miraculously lower stress levels by calming the mind and body, and slowing down the heart rate to a comfortable pace where focus and concentration can become clearer — without the added anxiety.

| “For these reasons, those who have difficulties with ADHD could benefit extremely well from Strawberry Cough marijuana.”

Furthermore, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, PTSD, seasonal affective disorder, and paranoia can improve and develop a lessening of negative symptoms with the help of Strawberry Cough. Those with mental conditions should begin by consuming a small dose of this strain, working their way up in dosage as they better understand how the plant is affecting them.

Strains with high potencies of THC can sometimes impact those with mental disorders negatively, which is why it is important to check in regularly with yourself if you fall under this category. Within the physical realm, Strawberry Cough can also be of assistance. It has a profound ability to tackle fatigue, pain and nausea, with some cancer patients have utilized it as a remedy for their negative symptoms from chemotherapy or radiation treatment.

For those who are seeking relief from pain or other physical difficulties, Strawberry Cough should be consumed in slightly larger quantities (and therefore an alternative method of consumption could be useful to receive a more THC with little actual consuming involved”.

Edibles, concentrates, extracts, tinctures, candies and gummies are all possible solutions, and some of them might even be available at your local medical marijuana dispensary or recreational pot shop.

Possible Negative Side Effects of Strawberry Cough

Most would agree that Strawberry Cough is a rather effortless strain, and for good reason. Not only does its low-maintenance cultivation regime make it easy-going, but it also is followed by relatively few negative side effects.

| “As the name implies, Strawberry Cough can induce quite a bit of coughing, which is worsened by the dry mouth or cottonmouth that is usually followed.”

This is generally nothing to worry about, however, because dry mouth is perfectly manageable with a little extra preparation and planning. Keep a bottle nearby of hydrating fluids, and drink plenty of it before, during and after your high to not only keep your mouth from drying out, but also to prevent headaches, grogginess and dehydration. In rare circumstances, Strawberry Cough may produce a headache followed by dizziness, but this occurrence is uncommon.

Dry eyes are prevalent with this marijuana strain (as well as with most other cannabis types), but you can purchase a bottle of moisturizing eye drops from your local pharmacy and keep them on hand anytime you consume marijuana to remove any discomforts or pains that are tied with dry eyes. All in all, Strawberry Cough is a pretty chill and easy-going strain, making you feel the same way.

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Final Thoughts

All in all, if you are even halfway serious about your cannabis consumption and/or place a priority on strains that maximize their flavor profile while still providing a kick-ass high, Strawberry Cough marijuana is legitimately a must-try bud. Its combination of a smooth toke and potent cerebral effects are second-to-none, and it’s generally pretty widely available in most reputable cannabis dispensaries – both recreational and medical.

Also, if you are an individual searching for a natural alternative to conventional treatments for chronic or acute stress, ADHD, depression, anxiety, paranoia, PTSD, or chronic pain, Strawberry Cough might just be the perfect strain to begin your search with.

Whatever you do, please be sure to act responsibly and always consume cannabis in accordance with local rules, laws, and regulations.

3 comments
  1. Star

    In michigan. I Have a strawberry cough plant That Hermes in 55 days. That supposedly come from Danny danko. Who worked with you at high Times The story is you gave Danny a clone of your strawberry cough And told him what you breed it with. And he copy that. Which was supposedly stronger than yours But it had that defect But had that defect Where it Hermes around 55 days. It won’t pollinate anything It’s a good plant it produces smells like strawberries not that strong. I gave it to someone who supposedly got it up to 28 Percent using your food line. I am not a professional grower I was probly around 20. I got it from somebody I met online. And told me the story. And I guess to people I gave it to . Had Met you and let you try it. They thought it was yours. At 1st I was told it was your plant. This is what I was told by from the guy who I got to plant from. Would like To know if there could be any truth to this For the record.

  2. Derrick Brown
    Just got some 10 minutes ago....

    Just tried it, and yeah cough is a great name for it…lol. I’m a veteran that battles depression and PTSD on a daily basis so I’m always looking for a good strain.. I usually lean more towards indica heavy strains, but I decided to give this one a try and I like it a lot. This is definitely going in my top 5!

  3. Jean Wimmer

    I remember the first time I smoked Strawberry Cough back in 2013!! Since then it has been part of my staple diet! I have suffered from depression for 8 years, and I feel that this smoke is the best medicine I have ever tried. I would recommend those thinking about giving it a go to take the plunge! It only requires a little bit to work wonders.

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