About Seattle Cough
With a long and important history, Seattle Cough has earned itself a place among the top strains in the Pacific NW. She’s a clone of Dutch Cough, a cross between Haze #2 and Northern Lights #5 that was initially bred in Amsterdam. When those at Dutch Brothers in Washington decided to make their own version, they changed the name slightly but made sure to hang on to that classic blend of effects that this sativa-dominant strain entails.
Coming in strong with a high of 22% THC, Seattle Cough is great for experienced users who want to put some extra pep in their step. Nugs tend to be rather airy but don’t let that fool you - a layer of sticky resin and bright orange pistils await to help you along your high. A delicious blend of bright citrus and earthy pine notes linger on your tongue and in the air, making this strain a joy to smoke.
Many find that they can do without their morning cup of coffee and instead enjoy the powerful effects of this stimulating plant. Seattle Cough is great as a wake and bake option but does the job equally well if you start to head into an afternoon slump. Not only is your energy level boosted, but your mood will soar beyond comprehension, giving you creative and euphoric motivation to get nearly any task accomplished. Some note that this bud also brings high levels of arousal along with it, so sharing it with friends isn’t a bad idea either.
Given her mood-boosting tendencies, Seattle Cough is best at fighting depression and stress, and those with anxiety or PTSD may even find some relief as well. General concerns including fatigue, inflammation, and muscle spasms are soothed with ease, making this a great strain for nearly any medical user. Select users may find that this energizing blend actually helps them to get ready for a relaxing night of rest as it calms the mind, but be careful and take some time to experiment a bit first.
With a name like Seattle Cough, you’d think that this plant enjoys dreary and wet weather, but in fact growing outdoors requires just the opposite. Dry and sunny conditions will make this strain thrive, or you can always opt for indoor cultivation. A great option for novice growers, you’ll only have to wait around 8 weeks before you have a decent harvest on your hands.