Strawberry Cough – Kootenay Labs Shatter – SATIVA HYBRID 1g
Strawberry Cough is a sativa dominant hybrid strain (80% sativa/20% indica) created through crossing the classic Haze X Strawberry Fields strains. Famous around the world for its super delicious flavor and head-spinning high, Strawberry Cough is one bud that any sativa lover needs to add to their must-try list ASAP. Like its name suggests, Strawberry Cough has a super delicious sweet strawberry flavor but with a punch of spicy pepper upon exhale. The aroma is just as delightful, with a fresh strawberry overtone accented by a punch of spicy herbs, earthy pepper and a touch of sweetness. The Strawberry Cough high is one that will literally leave you coughing, with lifted cerebral effects that boost the brain while leaving you heaving with each exhale. You’ll feel energized and lifted with a sense of creative motivation and sociability that gets you moving on any creative tasks. At the same time, a soothing body high will wash over you, helping to calm aching muscles without causing any sort of sedation. Combined with its high 22-26% average THC level, these effects make Strawberry Cough a great choice for treating conditions such as chronic stress or anxiety, mood swings or depression and PTSD. This bud has dense conical bright neon green nugs with thick red-orange hairs and a coating of frosty, milky white crystal trichomes.
Shatter, with its flawless amber glass transparency, has a reputation for being the purest and cleanest type of extract. But translucence isn’t necessarily the tell-tale sign of quality. The consistency and texture of oil come down to different factors entirely.
The reason shatter comes out perfectly clear has to do with the molecules. Which, if left undisturbed, form a glass-like appearance. Heat, moisture, and high terpene contents can also affect the texture, turning oils into a runnier substance that resembles sap (hence the commonly used nickname “sap”). Cannabis Oils with a consistency that falls somewhere between glassy shatter and viscous sap is often referred to as “pull-and-snap.”