Their third draw in six games left the Black Forest club inside the bottom two, but Streich is refusing to panic, suggesting his side is not capable of any more right now.
"We currently don't have the quality to win games like this," he said. "But that doesn't matter, we can live with it."
Freiburg underwent a revolution over the summer after finishing fifth last season.
They lost more than half of their regular starting XI from last term, all of whom were picked up by their Bundesliga rivals, and Streich made no secret that it would be a difficult season for his side, who also have to juggle their Europa League commitments.
And he did not want to point the finger at anybody for their latest disappointment.
"Christian Gunter loses his man, but he's only 19 and is playing in the Bundesliga," Streich told Sky television. "Mistakes happen and we conceded a goal, but it's all good."
Hertha coach Jos Luhukay was more unhappy, but not because his side failed to win.
"We were lucky to get away with a point," he said. "For the first time this season, I'm going to have to ask my team these days why they looked so insecure.
"Freiburg deserved their lead and could have made it two, then the game would probably have been over. We were very fortunate that maybe their biggest chance did not go in off the post."