Cherry Cough Syrup
Not to be confused with Strawberry Cough Syrup, Cherry Cough Syrup is a special 3-way cross between OG Kush, Nigerian Lemon and DPG Pheno. It is a 65% Indica dominant strain with a mild THC content that ranges between 14-17%. The breeders of this strange brand of marijuana remain unknown to the public but it is a moderate strain with an interesting flavor and smell. The flavor is described as a mix of lemon and berries and it smells strongly of a mix of citrus and pine. The buds are not dense and are quite easy to break up. It is a strain that most definitely stands out, with yellow tinged buds and large amounts of resin on its surface. Due to its pleasant effects it is a versatile strain that can be used by anybody at any time, as it will not induce too much couch lock if taken in moderation. It can be a good strain for the completion of creative tasks, as it will make goals more interesting while giving users some creative juices as well as some energy. With an exceptional smell, taste and flavor this is a popular strain that is not that easy to come across. The effects, though moderate, are known to induce many to panic, and not just those prone to anxiety or novice users but even veteran cannabis users. This sense of panic lasts about 10 minutes after ingestion (the hit is immediate) and it then fades to a calm and energetic euphoria. Unfortunately, it is not the most clear-headed strain and users say that it is hard to concentrate, being more spacy than functional. It is a strong and racey strain of marijuana that is unique in its effects but is more suited to a one off psychedelic trip by oneself than as a regular social or medical strain.
Why do Patients Use Cherry Cough Syrup?
Cherry Cough Syrup is not the most effective medical strain of marijuana, mainly because of its psychedelic tendencies. It cannot be recommended to patients suffering from anxiety or depression as it can induce panic attacks and will have the opposite effect of what the patient is taking it for. It is really more of a recreational strain than a medical strain though it has some applications for sleep, eating and mild to moderate pain. But there are some more robust and targeted strains available from most medical dispensaries as opposed to the creative, bubbly, space like strain that is Cherry Cough Syrup. There is simply too much going on with this potent 3-way cross to safely recommend it to patients, as its effects can be unpredictable.
Medical Uses of Cherry Cough Syrup
Mild to Moderate Pain
Side-Effects of Cherry Cough Syrup
Information about Cherry Cough Syrup
65% Indica 35% Sativa
Cherry Cough Syrup is a 3-way cross between OG Kush, Nigerian Lemon and DPG Pheno.
Cherry Cough Syrup has a rating of 8.2 on the stoned meter.
The THC levels of Cherry Cough Syrup are between 14-17%
The Breeder of Cherry Cough Syrup is unknown.
The flowering time of Cherry Cough Syrup is between 6-8 weeks
Ideal Growing Method
The Ideal growing method of Cherry Cough Syrup is unknown
Cherry Cough Syrup typically grows between 3-4 feet in height.
Cherry Cough Syrup has a low yield, between 150-350 grams per square meter indoors.
Cherry Cough Syrup is a moderately difficult plant to grow.
No known problems associated with Cherry Cough Syrup.