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Sativa Seedbank - Raspberry Cough

Sativa Seedbank - Raspberry Cough cannabis seed
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SATIV-RASPBERRY-COUGH
Genetics:
KambodgaIce F1
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With its clear, uppy yet calming effects, Raspberry Cough comes highly recommended as a medical strain. Its mother is a Cambodian Landrace with especially high THC levels, and its father is our award-winning favourite Ice.

Raspberry Cough is an F1 cross with an abundance of red hairs and a tendency to develop blue hues in cooler night/dark temperatures. Raspberry Cough's aroma and flavour have a hint of Asian spice, yet taste decidedly Dutch. The tall, somewhat thin plants can be grown very closely together for maximum yields.

Indoor Grow?Yes
Outdoor Grow?Yes
Greenhouse Grow?Yes
Feminized?Yes
Photoperiod?Yes
Medical Use?Yes
Mostly Sativa?Yes
Height NotesTall
Flowering TimeMedium
Grams m2400-500
THC ContentHigh
THC %15-24%
Taste NotesSpice
GeneticsKambodga x Ice F1

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