Strawberry Cough

The information presented on this page is intended solely for descriptive purposes and should not be considered a review or medical advice. The actual effects of the cannabis strain may vary. It is important to use marijuana responsibly. We recommend that you consult a healthcare professional before adding cannabis to your health regimen.

Quick info

Distinctive terpenes
Caryophyllene, myrcene, limonene
Helps with
Stress, appetite, anxiety
Ease of growing
When to use






Sativa Indica

Effects & Usage



Strawberry Cough, a delightful sativa-dominant hybrid, hails from a somewhat secret lineage. However, this mysterious beauty has quickly captured the hearts of cannabis enthusiasts with its refreshing fruity aroma and stimulating, uplifting effects. Featuring a THC content between 18% and 21%, the strain is an excellent choice for those seeking mental clarity, energy, and relaxation.


Strawberry Cough embraces you with the warmth and joy of a sun-soaked strawberry field on a bright summer’s day. It takes a while to reveal its glory fully as it gradually wraps you in a mood and energy boost, filling you with a newfound joy. This is not an overwhelming experience by any means – instead, a gentle cerebral uplift that clears the mind and fosters creativity. Therefore, it can do wonders for anyone needing a fresh perspective on projects or those struggling to concentrate on a long, mundane task.

This mental stimulation soon blossoms into a sense of happiness and euphoria, developing into a marvellous uplift that will make you chatty and social. You will simply want to share the overwhelming joy and energy this strain offers you.

Check out Lemon Haze or Blueberry for more marvellous taste sensations, or browse our extensive list of cannabis strains data to find more uplifting strains like this one.


Strawberry Cough can be a helpful solution for addressing mental health issues. With the help of limonene, it can provide a potent mood boost, easing the symptoms of depression, anxiety and PTSD. It can also be of great help in attention deficit disorders.

The strain’s energising properties can assist those dealing with chronic fatigue. Lastly, Strawberry Cough can be an analgesic, as it reduces inflammation and pain perception in the users.

Side effects

As with any cannabis strain, Strawberry Cough can produce some side effects. While eye and mouth dehydration is most common, dizziness and slight headaches may occur. It is also essential to remember that high-THC flowers can cause paranoia and anxiety in sensitive users, especially those with mental health disorders. Therefore, moderation is necessary. Start with a puff or two and slowly build up your tolerance.

Taste & Smell


Strawberry Cough offers a captivating aroma and flavour profile to bring fresh strawberries to mind. Its fragrance is a delightful blend of sweet fruitiness and subtle earthy, skunky undertones with a herbal hint.

Upon tasting Strawberry Cough, you’ll be treated to a succulent strawberry flavour mixed with some odd earthiness. That earthy taste lingers on your tongue alongside some spicy caryophyllene notes, making for a complex sensory experience. Expect a thick, dense smoke that will make you cough a lot and spread the scent of strawberries in the air for a while, truly doing justice to its name.

The plant’s appearance is a cherry on the top – the leaves boast an array of colours, from violet to yellow, and are thickly covered in glistening trichomes.



The precise lineage of Strawberry Cough still has not been verified. However, it was most likely produced on the East Coast of the US, bred by Kyle Kushman from a Haze variety and Strawberry Fields cross. Since the inception of the strain in the early 00s, it has garnered recognition for its fresh fruity taste and marvellous energising properties.

Growing conditions

Strawberry Cough is quite a straightforward strain to cultivate, suitable for both indoor and outdoor environments. The plants prefer a sunny, warm climate with ample airflow. They must be kept at around 21-30° temperatures all time, including overnight, making them an excellent choice in the Thai climate.

As Strawberry Cough is highly pest and mould-resistant, the only maintenance required is some pruning. Moreover, it tends to grow to a moderate height, shorter than most sativas, so it will not take up much space. On average, 9 to 10 weeks after planting your seeds, you should receive yields of around 400 grams per square metre indoors and the same amount per plant outdoors.