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Seattle Cough

4.8| 52 Reviews

What is Seattle Cough?

Seattle Cough is a potent, sativa-dominant hybrid grown by Dutch Brothers in Washington. Its legend takes root from a clone of Dutch Cough, a sativa-led cross of Northern Lights #5 and Haze #2. In 1991, a small network of American growers, with ties to the original breeders, obtained a Dutch Cough clone from the prized mother plant in Amsterdam. As the plant migrated to North America the growers kept the Cough surname, interchanging the region or city it represented. Starting with Colorado Cough, the genetics spread northwest to include Seattle Cough as well as Canadian Cough.

Seattle Cough (no relation to Strawberry Cough) carries a pungent mix of pine and citrus flavors. The aroma of fresh grapefruit serves as a precursor to the uplifting sativa effects, sparking creativity and dreamy euphoria. Medical patients appreciate Seattle Cough’s ability to curb stress and depression while fighting fatigue and nausea.

 

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Seattle Cough Effects and Attributes

Creative
Uplifted
Happy
Energetic
Euphoric
Depression
Fatigue
Inflammation
Stress
Nausea
Dry Mouth
Dry Eyes
Paranoid
Dizzy
Headache

Seattle Cough Genetics and Grow Info

Seattle Cough Flavors

  • 1. Pine
  • 2. Citrus
  • 3. Grapefruit

Review Highlights

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“70% Sativa dominant Seattle Cough has potent and powerful euphoric properties. Great for lifting your spirits , provoking deep thought or getting you motivated to accomplish any tasks. It will get you up and going, great for socializing, enjoying a walk with a friend (two legged or four), grooving to music or whatever. She has just enough indica in her to smooth out those aches and pains but not slow you down. The ex...”

Most Recent

“I want to know the genetics on this strain., i picked up a quarter of some Seattle cough and when i smelled it, it reminded me of Dutch treat, so what are the gentics?”

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