Strawberries are easily one of my favorite fruits. Strawberry Cough is a fruity strain that gives you all the delicious flavor of the juicy red fruit without the sticky mess. The Strawberry Cough strain is an award winner that is sure to satisfy your deepest sativa desires. With a max THC content of 26% and a mysterious genetic makeup, Strawberry Cough is a versatile cannabis strain used to treat a variety of medical conditions. Recreational consumers will enjoy this marijuana strain as well, finding it to provide a focused, energetic, and euphoric high.



The Strawberry Cough cannabis strain is somewhat shrouded in mystery. 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 former High Times editor, Kyle Kushman, Strawberry Cough has won the Best Flower title back at the 2013 Cannabis Cup and has gained recognition far beyond simple public admiration. Strawberry Cough began with a buzz in the NYC underground cannabis market. After moving to California, clones of Strawberry Cough began popping up across the country, garnering even more popularity.

This strain prefers a warm or hot tropical location, with temperatures between 70-85 degrees Fahrenheit, or 21-30 degrees Celsius, including overnight. 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. The typical flowering period for Strawberry Cough is between 9-10 weeks, with outdoor harvest time falling around early to mid-October.



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. Well-grown Strawberry Cough buds have been rated at 15-26% THC composition in conducted lab tests. With a THC content like that, Strawberry Cough has been used to treat conditions like anxiety, pain, and loss of appetite.



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. The shape of the bud isn’t very popcorn-like. The buds are more pinecone shaped and the flowers are covered in a generous layer of amber colored trichomes, lending the whole affair a slightly yellow appearance.



Known for its sweet smell of fresh strawberries and an expanding sensation that can make even the most seasoned consumer cough, Strawberry Cough is a potent sativa blend with mysterious genetic origins. The skunky, berry flavors will capture your senses while the cerebral, uplifting effects provide an aura of euphoria that is sure to leave a smile on your face.

Depending on where you get it from, Strawberry Cough will cost you $33-$55. Los Angeles consumers can use Weedmaps to find local delivery services and dispensaries that carry the sweet strain. Let us now how you like it in the comments below and as always for more rare and exotic strain reviews, check out

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