Nobody knows where Strawberry Cough originates from, but it is most likely a hybrid of Erdbeer or Original Haze with an Indica, first cultivated by Kyle Kushman. According to stoner lore, he began with marijuana seeds from a plant flowering in a strawberry field on the United States’ East coast. Strawberry Cough earned Best Flower at the 2013 Cannabis Cup, receiving distinction that goes well beyond simple public adoration.
ABOUT STRAWBERRY COUGH
Even though it is not a totally “understood” strain, its intense strawberry flavour is undeniable, providing the type of experience that will have even the most ardent smokers breathless and, more importantly, thoroughly happy. The strain is genetically classified as a sativa (with an 80 percent sativa and 20 percent indica makeup), and it burns thick and cloudy while providing a relaxing, mellow high. Those who have tried it get absolutely hooked. In lab testing, well-grown Strawberry Cough buds were scored at 15-26 percent THC levels, and an average of 24%. While not as potent as some other strains, this is nevertheless more than adequate for individuals seeking strong feelings of joy and euphoria while also gaining significant quantities of energy and melting any exhaustion or tiredness away — usually in within 10-15 minutes.
The Strawberry Cough strain’s name is self-explanatory: it tastes like strawberries and makes you cough. Strawberry Cough’s overall scent is largely, well, strawberry; reminding of fresh berries and hot summer days. Some earthy and skunk overtones can also be detected in the fragrance profile, which may explain why this marijuana strain causes coughing after smoking. Aside from a few minor variations, the flavour is comparable to the aroma. The overall flavour is rich like sweet strawberries, but there are also undertones of earth and soil; the aftertaste is herbal and peppery, and it frequently lingers in the tongue long after the smoke has dissipated.