Strawberry Cough also commonly known as Kyle Kushman’s Strawberry Cough is a Sativa dominant hybrid that is a cross of Strawberry Fields and an unspecified Haze. Her history is the charming tale of a runt clone received by Kyle Kushman (Adam Orenstein, former editor of HighTimes) that had originated from Connecticut where it had been cultivated next to a strawberry patch. This runt clone grew up to be a beautiful cannabis plant with a strawberry terpene profile that was out of this world. The runt was named Strawberry Fields and was the mother used in the creation of Strawberry Cough.
TASTE & SMELL –
This strains buds carry a sweet hazy aroma with earthy and skunky undertones. Her taste is fruity with a distinct strawberry flavor and an earthy backend.
Strawberry Cough has a well-balanced high that is relaxing and mellow but at the same time uplifting without the racy part. Her power to seemingly enhance sensory perception and focus make her ideal for enjoying while doing activities.
MEDICAL USES –
Medically, Strawberry Cough’s relaxing abilities can be helpful for those suffering from anxiety, shyness or social awkwardness by easing social interactions.
GROW INFO –
Strawberry Cough is considered a relatively easy strain to cultivate. She grows medium-height with a sturdy and branchy structure. Her buds are small but dense, neon green and exhibit colorful hues ranging from purple/violet to clay-orange. She is suitable for both indoor and outdoor cultivation, ultimately preferring warm dry conditions. She has an indoor flowering period of nine to ten weeks and is ready for harvest from early to mid-October when grown outdoors in the Northern Hemisphere.
SEED AVAILABILITY –
For those interested in obtaining Strawberry Cough genetics, it should be noted that this is a clone-only strain. However, Dinafem seeds have bred a seed version of Strawberry Cough using genuine genetics approved by Kyle Kushman. As with any strain that hits the big time and becomes popular, there are many fraudulent versions of this strain available from various sources. As always, we recommend checking the provenance of genetics and the reputation of the seller when doing business.