More About Strawberry Cough Autoflower Strain
Type: Indica-dominant (70% Indica 20% Sativa 10% Ruderalis)
Genetic Parents: Strawberry Fields x Haze
Flowering Period: 7 – 9 weeks
Climate: Hot and tropical climates
Yield: 200 – 400 grams
Flavors: strawberry, sweet, berry, earthy, and spicy
THC Level: 13%
CBD Level: 0.6%
Photo Period: Auto-Flowering
Harvest Period: October
Growing Difficulty: Easy
What are the Flavors and Effects of Strawberry Cough Autoflower?
Strawberry Cough is without a doubt a complete aromatic and sensational experience. Like its name, this strain actually does smell like you are in a field of fresh strawberries, with subtle hints of earth and flowers. When combusted, your mouth will be greeted with an immediate strawberry flavor and a delicious sweet berry aftertaste. The spicy undertones it releases linger in the mouth along with its dominating flavors that last for quite a long while.
It has been said that Strawberry Cough is not as quick-acting as compared to other Sativa dominant variants. However, it is noted that despite the delay of its effects, the boost of energy it gives will literally make you jump off your feet. The invigorating and uplifting feeling it induces will immediately be the highlight of your day. And most importantly, the sense of productivity and burst of creativity surely will make you get things done as quickly as they should be.
What are the Medical Benefits of Strawberry Cough Autoflower?
Because of its relative potent THC level at 18%, Strawberry Cough is a great strain for assisting the treatment of stress and other notable mental conditions it is related to. This predominantly Sativa variety has a heavy cerebral high that allows the mind to relax, focus, and unwind, making it ideal for alleviating symptoms of depression, anxiety, and the likes. Chronic pain, fatigue, and migraine can also be treated by Strawberry Cough since it has anti-inflammatory and pain-killing properties. And finally, it promotes a better appetite among its users, because its natural side effect is to cause munchies.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Strawberry Cough Autoflower
This strain as its name suggests has the tendency to make the user cough involuntarily, however, there are no known serious adverse effects relating to this marijuana strain. Just like most cannabis varieties, Strawberry Cough Auto can also cause cottonmouth and dry eyes, which in return leaves you feeling dehydrated and can further encourage coughing. But fret no more, because these side effects can be managed by drinking a ton of water before, during, and after the activity. Moreover, despite its rarity, this Sativa dominant strain may also prompt anxiety, paranoia, and dizziness to its users. The reason for these outcomes root to the overconsumption of the strain and indulging it beyond the person’s level of tolerance. That is why it is greatly advised to smoke marijuana responsibly in order to avoid such untoward consequences.
How to Grow Strawberry Cough Autoflower Marijuana Seeds?
Strawberry Cough Autoflowering is a friend to both novice and seasoned growers because of its convenience to grow and high tolerance to pests, molds, and mildew. This sweet cannabis variety in particular thrives in humid and hot environments and generally is more comfortable around the sun. However, it may also prosper in an indoor setting especially in a greenhouse, with just a tad bit more attention in manipulating its conditions in order to still produce a bountiful yield. When grown indoors, it can average a harvest of at least 200 grams per meter squared, which normally flourishes within nine to ten weeks. On the other hand, it yields a whopping 400 grams when cultivated outdoors, and can be harvested around the month of October.