Strawberry Fields Strain
- Dry Eyes
- Dry Mouth
Many Strawberry Cough enthusiasts have been anxiously awaiting the release of Sagarmatha’s Strawberry Fields. The indica-dominant hybrid took everything good about the classic and its parent, Strawberry Cough. It combined it with an undisclosed indica parent to make this already tasting strain even better. It originated in the Bay Area, California.
Strawberry Fields is most commonly used for insomnia and could also help with appetite loss, chronic aches, pains, and inflammation. This aids in an overall enjoyable experience when treating these ailments. The effects of this strain are very relaxing, uplifting and euphoric, and the smell and taste of strawberry candy will remind most of a Strawberry Cough.
The adverse effects of this strain are dry eyes and dry mouth and can cause dizziness and paranoia if one is not careful, especially if used in excess. The THC level of this strain is a little over 18-20% and combines with a 1% CBD level to give this a slightly higher THC percentage than most strains.
The bud structure of Strawberry Fields is not very dense, but it is quite sticky. The hair in the nugs can be seen easily, and the bright green leaves are complemented by amber and red hairs. Small dark-brown resin dots are scattered evenly throughout the buds. It has an earthy smell that can be described as creamy with citrus undertones when broken apart.
Flowering time is around 7 months and will continue to grow for around 3-4 weeks. It can grow between 12-18 inches tall and produces about 5-7 ounces of flowers. Indoor growers can expect to see yields between 500-750 grams per square meter which could be equal to about 4 ounces of dried flowers. Outdoor yields will also be around the same amount.