Bazooka Joe Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
13% to 18%
7 to 8 oz. per square meters 
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
9 to 10 weeks
Growing Difficulty
Sweet, bubble gum, lime, and candy

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Bazooka Joe Marijuana Seeds Information

Even though the Bazooka Joe`s origins are not well-documented, this strain is a phenotype descended from the Indiana-born Bubble Gum. Bazooka Joe strain produces well-balanced physical and mental effects together with its trademark scent.

This strain a great choice for novice smokers and patients who have not indulge cannabis in a while for its high is easy to handle and fun.

 What are the Flavor and Effects of Bazooka Joe? 

The first puff of Bazooka Joe strain gives its powerful sweet and fruity nature blended with it is a slightly more sour, skunky odor. After a few puffs, the strain gives off an earthy, incense-like fragrance. The strain`s smoke tastes like pure candy on the exhale. Bazooka Joe starts to take effect in the head, exerting a boost in blood pressure. Stupid ideas may suddenly look interesting. This kind of cerebral and unbothered mindset can be very social, aiding to improve conversation and good vibes.

What are the Medical Benefits of Bazooka Joe?

With Bazooka Joe’s engaging cerebral influences, this strain makes a beneficial agent in handling depression, anxiety, head pains, and insomnia, an effect of the limited indica heredity.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Bazooka Joe? 

The Bazooka Joe`s adverse effects are mostly due to its potency and might leave the user feeling a bit dizzy at first, particularly if you are not used to smoking a strong strain. Other negative effects when puffing this strain may include a feeling of being dehydrated in the form of cottonmouth and dry and itchy eyed feeling.

How to Grow Bazooka Joe?

This can grow both indoors and outdoors, but outdoor success typically needs a semi-humid climate with regular daylight and high temperatures. Bazooka Joe blooms within 9 to 10 weeks when cultivated indoors. 

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