About Blueberry Cough
Blueberry Cough is an underrated little unknown from two far more famous parents, who go by the names Strawberry Cough and Blueberry. Their kid isn’t as powerful as they are but that’s not so bad for everyone. New users may want to start small and get a word in edgewise with their cannabis before it blows their brains out. The underhand 15% THC throw from Blueberry Cough won’t hurt you either way and the great taste and mellow vibe will keep things cool and sweet during your lazy afternoons. If you get some on the high end, it may even be good enough to last.
Blueberry Cough has a multi-ethnic lineage that has genetics in Mexico, Afghanistan, Colombia, India, and Thailand. Its exact genetics are a little hazy; we know it leans Sativa but we’re not positive how much. Jordan of the Islands bred the Blueberry Cough for people to enjoy regardless of their preferences. Experienced growers should be prepared for Blueberry Cough to get heavy, thick buds as it grows into its highly hybrid look. The plant has broad, dark green leaves (classic Indica) with bright orange hairs and tiny trichomes. Even novice growers can handle its lightning fast growing time (it can flower in as few as 45 days!) and should appreciate its heavy resistance to mold, mildew, and pests.
As for the taste and smell of Blueberry Cough, it’s about as elusive as the content. There’s definitely a delicious combination of its parents’ flavors though, including a sweet-scented berry aroma and a smooth taste. All around, this strain is a subtle touch, not for those who are craving a pile-drive of skunky mind alteration but definitely suited to those who DON’T want that. Blueberry Cough is even, subtle, and sweet.
It’s hard to find this strain outside of a few West Coast states and even then the black market profits from its rarity. In addition to the bud, it’s popular as oil pens, shatters, waxes, and other concentrates due to its accessible THC levels.
Even though the THC isn’t mind-blowing, Blueberry Cough has great medicinal uses for pain management, especially when pain causes sleep issues. The strain has a light sedative effect and helps fight stress and depression, encouraging feelings of creativity, calmness, numbness, and hunger. You’ll be snacking and chatting a bit while drifting off to sleep. Note that many users reported cottonmouth and a touch of anxiety on this strain.
Blueberry Cough is hard to gauge, harder to come by, and not particularly powerful. However, its mystique hides a host of interesting effects that drive home its rarity with subtle flavors and a healthy dose of pain relief. Those who can find it won’t want to let it go.