Perhaps you heard the name Huckleberry Cough and wondered whether this strain will make you cough like a drum. Well, if your weed is well cured this should not happen. However, Huckleberry Cough is a mild expectorant and might induce some mild cough as it clears out your chest. This is one highly medicinal strain.
Huckleberry Cough is an evenly balanced strain with 50% indica and 50% Sativa. It was created by the master breeders Dynasty. They created this strain by crossing their very own Oregon Huckleberry with The Cough. The result was a fast-growing strain with stable genetics. Huckleberry Cough does well both indoors and outdoors. Indoors, it flowers within 9-10 weeks. Left to cure for extended periods, it delivers a high that is relaxing, energizing and with a well-balanced head/body effect.
Huckleberry Cough, unlike similar Dynasty strains, does not have a strong scent. For users who prefer discretions, this will work very well for you. When you open a jar full of Huckleberry Cough buds, you will catch a whiff of diesel-like pungency mixed with citrus notes. This is due to the presence of terpenes that create therapeutic synergy.
Patients have described the taste of this strain to be a combination of sweet and tart. As mentioned earlier, new users may find it hard to stifle a cough after the initial puff.
Huckleberry Cough gives a potent head and body high. It starts with gentle pressure around the temples that slowly fills up the mind before finding its way down to your feet. Depending on which consumption method you use, the effects may take a while to settle. Eventually, your whole body will feel energized and treated. Finally, you will want to close your eyes and fall asleep, hence the need to take this strain in the evening.
Huckleberry’s mellow effects are great for a chilled out weekend with friends. Patients with social anxiety have found this strain dependable for such occasions.
Huckleberry Cough nugs are small and dense clinging together in popcorn-like clusters. The leaves are moss green and threaded through with orange pistils.
These pigments are the result of anthocyanins which give plants their unique pigmentation. Like most cannabis strains mature buds of Huckleberry Cough will be coated with a milkfish white layer of trichomes. These are the glands that carry cannabinoids and terpenes as well.
Fresh buds of Huckleberry cough have a great bag appeal. More than that, the strain is highly medicinal and has been used to treat migraines, PTSD, arthritis, and mood disorders.
It’s not an easy strain to grow, if you are not endowed with a green thumb perhaps you are better off ordering from the nearest dispensary.
Huckleberry Cough is 50:50 indica/Sativa hybrid strain. It has 26% THC and less than 0.1% CBD.
Huckleberry Cough is a cross between The Cough and Oregon Huckleberry. It was created by Dynasty.
Huckleberry Cough has stimulating effects on the mind that users appreciate especially on occasions when one is in the doldrums. This strain can help one to get things done.
Users have also reported a deep sense of relaxation after taking this strain. This may feel like a sudden heaviness in the limbs and eyelids followed by a sudden urge to take a horizontal position on the couch.
Patient Reported Positive Effects
• Increased mental focus
Patient Reported Negative Effects
• Dry eyes
Patient Reported Rare Negative Effects
Medical Benefits of Huckleberry Cough
Huckleberry Cough has versatile effects that can be useful to medical cannabis patients. It offers a sustained feeling of clarity and focuses which can help patients suffering from attention deficit disorders. It also offers a mood-stabilizing effect which can be useful for patients with mood disorders.
The indica effects help to provide relief from deep-seated aches and pains. In high enough doses, it helps in treating insomnia. However, this strain needs to be consumed with caution by users who are prone to panic or who have a low tolerance for THC.
The terpene characteristics of this strain include berry, fuel, pine, and spice. The dominant terpenes present should include myrcene, humulene, pinene, and caryophyllene.
Myrcene has shown powerful anti-inflammatory and anti-catabolic effects. This is useful in the treatment of arthritis.
Humulene is a natural insecticide and it also has immune-boosting properties.
Pinene increases alertness and helps to counter the short-term memory loss that comes with long-term THC use.
Caryophyllene has strong anti-inflammatory properties.
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