Though not as well known as its rumored parents, Blueberry and Strawberry Cough, Blueberry Cough is nonetheless a pleasant choice for medical use. It isn’t nearly as powerful as either of those two strains, with THC levels hovering around 15% in available tests. In some batches potency is much lower, so this isn’t a great choice for couch-lock or mental obliteration. The genetics lean toward sativa, but Blueberry Cough got plenty of indica too: Blueberry is a near-pure indica while Strawberry Cough is a near-pure sativa. The taste is allegedly quite smooth, with a subtle aroma, but there are few reports regarding the taste or smell of this rather rare strain. The same goes for medical uses; as a sativa, it may be helpful with depression, mood disorders, and anxiety, but otherwise not much is known. The effects are probably sativa-heavy, but expect plenty of influence from the indica genes as well. That means a high that’s likely split between both body and mind. Side effects aren’t widely reported, but dry eyes and cottonmouth are likely. Like its parents, Blueberry Cough is probably found mostly on the West Coast, though it may also appear in Colorado, Michigan, and Canada. It’s not unheard of on the black market, either.