Bubba

Bubba Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
up to 27%
Yield
6oz/ft²
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
49 to 63 days
Climate
Humid
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
30 inches
Flavors
Pine, Honey, Mossy

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Bubba Marijuana Seeds Information

Bubba is an ol’ classic strain. It came from the combination of Bubble Gum and Kush cannabis strains. It has an almost perfect indica ratio with 95%. It grows purple buds, frosty green leaves; it also appears to be appetizing as it looks vibrant and mouthwatering.

Bubba offers tasty flavors of pine, honey, and mossy. Bubba sounds like “ba-ba,” which is commonly known as a nickname for grandmothers, and grandma loves their grandchildren. Bubba has the ability to lull us to sleep, making it a great help for people with difficulty in sleeping, perfect for evening and night time use.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Bubba?

Bubba lets us experience the deliciousness of pine, honey, and mossy flavors. When consumed, due to its high THC content, it could induce a strong physical relaxation while calming and makes the user ready for a long-lasting doze off, perfect for night time use.What are the medical benefits of Bubba?

Bubba helps in aiding people who find sleep to be a difficult task. It also has treatment for chronic pain, arthritis, headaches, glaucoma, migraine, and multiple sclerosis.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Bubba

Bubba has no known negative effects recorded. But do note that when taking an indica dominant strain, it could hinder your usual activities, so it is recommended to smoke Bubba only when you have free time and are trying to relax.

How to Grow Bubba? Some information and Tips

Bubba strain can grow well both in indoor and outdoor locations. It doesn’t need too much attention making it perfect for first-time cultivators. To ensure your plant’s quality growth, the plant is preferred to be placed in a well-lit indoor location or outdoors with the shade of sunlight.

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