Strawberry Cough – Sativa (Natural Derived Terpenes)
Known for its sweet smell of fresh strawberries and an expanding sensation that can make even the most seasoned consumer cough. Strawberry cough is said to be a cross between Erdbeer (sativa) and an unidentifiable indica. The aromas of sweet berry cream elements dominate, but there is a sharp Haze in the background. The initial taste is of ripe strawberries, without any hint of skunkiness or musk. On the exhale, the strawberry flavor has some more sweetness aftertaste.
What is THC Distillate?
THC is a cannabinoid that gives the effect or feeling of a high. THC distillates are one of the purest cannabis concentrates. A thick, yellowish oil that can contains 96.7 percent THC, distillates can be taken in many ways: smoking, vaping, dabbing and even in edibles.
What are Terpenes?
It’s easy to assume that the difference between sativas and indicas lies in their cannabinoid content. In truth, indicas have a higher percentage of myrcene, which is a terpene. Terpenes are aromatic compounds found in many plants which give them recognizable scents, and are not unique to cannabis. If you’ve ever toured a brewery and wondered why hops smell distinctly dank, it’s that same myrcene!
As a general rule, the high myrcene indicas have a skunky smell while sativas trend more earthy. Individual strains can have a wide variety of terpene profiles that result in strains with hints of citrus, apple, or even diesel.