Patients can expect clearheaded effects that will effectively remove all the anxiety and stress that is so ubiquitous in our daily lives today. A personal favorite of mine, I wish more dispensaries carried this classic strain.
“It’s one of those marijuana strains that has such a distinct strawberry smell that you will never forget it. Great for people looking for an uplifting Hybrid.”
This Sativa-dominant Hybrid is roughly
It was hard not to like the truly uplifting effects of this Sativa-like strain. It had heavy haze effects (mainly head), in that it takes away all of your anxieties without knocking you out.
The buds from the Strawberry Cough plant tend to be smaller in size, but pack a lot of potency in each and every hit. They are bright green in hue with really red hairs all over — just what you’d expect from a strain with strawberry in its name. The smell of sweet strawberries can be intoxicating. Take this scent, and multiply it exponentially by putting a fat bud in the grinder and giving it a few turns.
80% Sativa (Erdbeer) and just
The name Strawberry Cough stems from the dense buds usually causing you to cough when the smoke expands in your lungs (and the obvious aroma of Strawberries). The smoke on the inhale was extremely smooth and the full of… you guessed it… more berries.
Needless to say, Strawberry Cough was quick to win our hearts over. All it took was the 3.5 gram container being opened — and then came the intoxicating terpenoids. Once the aroma of sweet strawberries hits your nostrils you know you are in for a real treat.
20% mixed with an unknown Indica rumored to come from North America. There is another line of Strawberry Cough, which Kyle Kushman grows for Buds and Roses LA, that is a clone-only cross between Strawberry Fields and Haze.
This Sativa-dominant Hybrid is roughly ~80% Sativa (Erdbeer) and just ~20% mixed with an unknown Indica rumored to come from North America. There is …
A dry cough occurs when you aren’t coughing up mucus. A dry cough that doesn’t seem to go away may be a sign of asthma, especially if you seem to cough mostly at night. Most people with asthma also have chest tightness, wheezing, and shortness of breath. For some people with asthma, however, a cough is the only symptom.
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A wet cough may also be a sign of pneumonia. Other pneumonia symptoms include fever, chills, and shortness of breath. Your phlegm may be green, yellow or bloody. See your doctor if you think you might have pneumonia. Viruses cause most cases of pneumonia and antibiotics won’t help clear the infection. Still, your doctor will run tests to check for bacterial pneumonia and evaluate how your lungs are functioning.
Numerous medical conditions can cause coughing. The type of cough you have and how long the cough lasts depend on its cause. It’s important to recognize key symptoms because some coughs go away on their own, while others would benefit from medical treatment.
A hacking cough that involves a lot of mucus is sometimes called a smoker’s cough. It is a common sign of COPD. In COPD, you have trouble breathing because your airways are restricted. Other COPD symptoms include chest tightness, wheezing, and shortness of breath.
If you have a wet cough on most days of the month for at least three months out of the year, you may have chronic (long-lasting) bronchitis. Chronic bronchitis is inflammation of the airways. It may be part of a condition known as COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). Smoking is the most common cause of chronic bronchitis.
A cough with a sour taste that lasts for two or more months may be a sign of GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease). GERD occurs when stomach contents move back up into your throat. To diagnose GERD, your doctor may test the acidity of the fluid in your throat.
Coughing up mucus or phlegm is known as a wet cough. One of the common causes of a wet cough is bronchitis, a condition where your airways swell up and produce mucus. Bronchitis is usually due to a virus, and often develops after you have a cold. This is called acute bronchitis. You may not cough up mucus the first few days of a bronchitis infection.
If you’re coughing up blood, call your doctor as soon as possible. The blood may be coming from your lungs or airways, and it may be frothy because it’s mixed with air from your lungs. A bloody cough is a sign you have a medical problem, such as an infection,chronic inflammation, or even a tumor.
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