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Raspberry Cough
Potency
NEWBIE SKILLED
Strain effect image Creative, Happy, Talkative
Strain taste image Berry, Citrus, Pine

All About Raspberry Cough Weed Strain

THC
MEDIUM
10%12%14%16%18%20%
HIGH
CBD
LOW
0%0.4%0.8%1.2%1.6%2%
MEDIUM

Raspberry Cough cannabis from Nirvana Seeds is one of the best-loved by public Sativa dominant strains with a 70/30 ratio. It is a child strain of Cambodian Sativa and ICE hybrid. Consumers usually choose it when they need a tasty but potent activity booster.

The THC levels of 14% – 24% suggest users measuring the buds’ potency before preparing the portion to consume. It could be a nice weed for low-tolerance or inexperienced consumers once THC content ranges before 18-19%. On the other hand, if the levels are higher, it is mostly recommended for seasoned smokers.

Raspberry Cough marijuana has inherited from its parenting lineage the delicious but harsh smoke that, in some cases, can provoke cough. It smells and tastes like sweet berries, especially strawberry with nuts and fresh earth hints.

As one of the best morning or daytime strains, Raspberry Cough cannabis immediately affects the consumers with a positive cerebral hit. It can cause some face tingles and head rush at first, but it soon calms down with an incredibly positive energetic uprise. The emotional euphoria is usually complimented with motivation and focus that encourage consumers to deal with a to-do least and get done all the necessary mundane chores. Users admit that Raspberry Cough strain opens up creativity, stimulating them to draw, write and generate brilliant ideas. It can control mood swings leaving the smokers happy, inspired and motivated, while their bodies remain relaxed.

This marijuana is an effective cure in ADD cases. It also helps with emotional issues, such as depression or stress. Though, the users prone to panic and anxiety might want to stay sober. Mild to moderate pain relief is also common.

According to breeders, Raspberry Cough plants are also not tricky in cultivating, so they are appropriate for those who don’t have much experience under the belt. The herb thrives within 9-10 weeks indoors and outdoors.

Effects
Creative Icon
65% Voted
Happy Icon
68% Voted
Talkative Icon
64% Voted
Taste
Berry Icon
68% Voted
Citrus Icon
67% Voted
Pine Icon
69% Voted
Side Effects
Thirst and dry mouth Icon
53% Voted
Thirst and dry mouth
Low blood pressure Icon
55% Voted
Low blood pressure
Insomnia Icon
65% Voted
Insomnia

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Effects

Side Effects

Taste

Strain Cannabinoids
THC question mark
18.0 - 21.0%
CBD question mark
0.31 - 0.95%
CBC question mark
0.49 - 1.18%
CBG question mark
0.18 - 1.57%
CBN question mark
0.06 - 0.22%
THCV question mark
0.35 - 1.0%
Grow Info
Flowering time icon Flowering time
56 - 63 Days
Harvest time icon Harvest time
69 Days
Yield indoor icon Yield indoor
1 - 2 Oz/Ft² (~ 400 g/m²)
Yield outdoor icon Yield outdoor
2 - 3 Oz/plant (~ 550 g/plant)
Height indoor icon Height indoor
60-80
Height outdoor icon Height outdoor
60-80
Grow difficulty icon Grow difficulty
Easy
Flowering type icon Flowering type
Photoperiod

User Reviews

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    AbbeyRowd
    02.25.21

    You may cough once but then you are in paradise. You get the earth then come the nuts and berries. A pre-rolled joint with this bud is great for a morning kick in the butt. I just feel inspired to do more

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    Liam Crane25
    02.24.21

    This weed has become a regular addition to my morning routine. I try to stay on the lower end of the THC scale, because I find that helps me keep a better handle of the high. I sometime get a head-rush, but it never lasts long

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    800gers
    02.23.21

    As a new smoker I was impressed with this bud. Not only is it very easy to cultivate but it worked wonders for my depression and anxiety. Especially when it comes to work. I was able to finish my project much quicker with this lighting up my bong.

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    RosendalShop11
    02.16.21

    Rasberry cough offers anywhere between 14% and 24% THC. This was perfect for me because I sometimes like to alternate the strength of my ganja. You might cough a bit, as the name suggests, but keep a handle on that and you will have a fantastic time

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    Festive blooos
    01.21.21

    Helped me stop procrastinating with my writing. Definitely boosted productivity

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    JimJaneJack
    01.19.21

    Very good bud for people who have difficulty concentrating or just need to calm down

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    MichaelPaulAstro
    01.18.21

    A good all rounder joint. Its got quite a range on it

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    GilmoreGillzz
    01.17.21

    Gave me the best positive vibes. Felt like I could hug the world

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    Zayne Anderson
    01.16.21

    Better than coffee

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    StrawberryBlondie
    01.16.21

    Love love love the taste!!!

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    90sBabyRulez
    01.15.21

    Could not stop coughing


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