Bubba Island Kush

Bubba Island Kush Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
3.25 oz/ft2
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
7 weeks
Growing Difficulty
90 cm to 150 cm
Earthy, Fruity, Sour, Citrus

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Bubba Island Kush Marijuana Seeds Information

Bubba Island Kush is an indica dominant strain produced by Dutch Passion. It is a result of the union of Pre98 Bubba Kush and Grandaddy Purple x OG Kush. It has a THC level going up to 20% and offers the tasty flavors of Earthy, Fruity, Sour, and Citrus. It has large and dense buds that are fast-growing.

This strain grows lengthy leaves and frost-like trichomes. It gives a satisfying and relaxing high, while psychedelic to some. This strain is perfect for new breeders as it grows really fast, but it doesn’t sacrifice quality and excellent yields.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Bubba Island Kush?

Bubba Island Kush offers earthy, fruity, sour, and citrus savory. When consumed, it delivers a satisfying, but euphoric to the point it gets psychedelic kind of high. It also causes the user to calm and relax, gain appetite, and is also a pain reliever. Some users report that it also causes creativeness to emerge, and also causes numbness perfect for pain and night time use.

What are the medical benefits of Bubba Island Kush?

Bubba Island Kush offers medical properties to help aid its user’s appetite loss and chronic pain. It also helps to relieve stress and muscle spasms.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Bubba Island Kush

Bubba Island Kush is known to cause dryness of the mouth and eyes. It is also known to cause slight anxiousness to some.

How to Grow Bubba Island Kush? Some information and Tips

When you grow Bubba Island Kush, it should be cultivated either indoors or outdoors. Safety from molds and pests is highly necessary. If you have ideal height, pruning and trimming its leaves is also recommended. It also requires proper lighting and placement in order for its yields to grow fully.

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