Oregon Afghani x The Cough (NL#5 x Haze)
Sativa Dominant Hybrid - 70% Sativa / 30% Indica
The combination of a pure Afghan combined to the Haze male can only create something fantastic. The area to work on with this plant is the yield and time of yield so selection is a must for those who look for the right type of blend of both parents. Both parent plants are very established on their own and have achieve greatness for medical patients worldwide. An excellent strain to have in the medical gardens that are springing up all over the globe. Do your friends a favor and spread the plant`s products around...you will be helping the world with its pain!
Heritage: Afghan Haze
Family of breed: Afghan x Haze (origins of Thai/Columbia)
Breeder: Nevil and Shantibaba`s
Preferred medium: Bio and Hydro, Indoors and outdoors/greenhouse
Expected yield: Indoors 350/450 g/m2, G/h and outdoors 350/450 g/plant
Flowering period: 10 weeks from the onset of flowering,mid October if the climate is suitable in the northern hemisphere and April in the southern hemisphere.
The Cough is a rare sativa dominant hybrid strain created through crossing the classic Northern Lights #5 X Haze strains. With its high average THC level and cough-inducing smoke, you'll find yourself begging for The Cough again and again after just a few hits! Almost as soon as you're done coughing, you'll realize that the effects of The Cough have kicked in, with a sense of giggly euphoria wrapping its way completely through your mind. You'll feel super uplifted and energized, almost in a frenzied way. This effect can cause some anxiety or paranoia, so user beware! Thank to these effects and its high THC level, The Cough is often chosen to treat conditions such as chronic pain, depression, chronic stress, nausea, and chronic fatigue. This bud has a sweet spicy citrus flavor with hints of super pungent pine that stick to your throat on each exhale. The aroma is very herbal and spicy with a woody citrus overtone that lingers long after the nugs are burned away. This bud has small dusty green long spade-shaped nugs with sparse orange hairs and a coating of tiny milky white crystal trichomes.