Strawberry Cough was crossed with NYC Diesel to create this near-even blend of sativa and indica genes (sativa/indica ratio of roughly 50:50). A hybrid in the truest sense, this strain has relatively modest THC levels, less than 20-24% in available tests. It’s even lower in CBD, which measures less than 1% of the plant. That means Strawberry Diesel shouldn’t be used as the only form of treatment for seizure disorders. But it’s a reliable source of medicine for anxiety, depression, nausea, pain, stress, insomnia, and lack of appetite. The balanced high hits both body and mind, creating a calming, clear-headed effect with a boost of energy, a shot of euphoria, and a burst of creativity. The effects are uplifting and reportedly long-lasting. True to its name, Strawberry Diesel has a sweet, fruity flavor with strong notes of diesel fuel, while the aroma is fruity and Skunky. The buds are green with abundant orange hairs. Dry mouth is the most commonly reported negative effect from smoking this strain, while dry eyes, paranoia, and dizziness are also possible. Strawberry Diesel can be found on legal markets on the West Coast, in Michigan, in Colorado, and in Montana.