Seattle Cough is a strong, 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 tiny network of American growers, with ties to the original breeders, derived a Dutch Cough clone from the prized mother plant in Amsterdam. Because the plant migrated to North America the growers kept the Cough surname, interchanging the region or city it represented. Beginning with Colorado Cough, the dna spread northwest to include Seattle Cough along with Canadian Cough. Seattle Cough (no relation to Strawberry Cough) has a pungent mix of pine and citrus flavors. The odor of fresh grapefruit serves as a precursor to the uplifting sativa effects, sparking creativity and dreamlike euphoria. Medical consumers appreciate Seattle Cough's ability to curb stress and depression while fighting fatigue and nausea.
When smoked or converted into an edible form, the flavor of the Seattle Cough strain is best described as Pungent, Pine, and Citrus.
Seattle Cough Strain Medicinal Benefits and Side Effects
How to Breed Seattle Cough Seeds
Below you can find a list of strains that are parents and predecessors which led to the medicinal effects and properties of the Seattle Cough cannabis strain. It was through the breeding of these strains which led to the production of Seattle Cough marijuana seeds, while attempting to cultivate their combined effects and therapeutic properties. To breed your own Seattle Cough seeds, you would need to cultivate a mixture of the following strains: