Bubba’s Gift Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
17 - 20%
Yield
14 - 21 oz per square meter (indoor); 35 - 165 oz per plant (outdoor)
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
6 - 8 weeks
Climate
Dry and cool
Growing Difficulty
Easy
Height
3 - 7 ft
Flavors
Berry, grape, chocolate, sweet, woody

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Bubba’s Gift Marijuana Seeds Information

It was not thoroughly planned by Humboldt Seed Organization to create this strain, but it turned out to be an awesome one. It became popular among enthusiasts, especially in the United States. It all happened because it has phenomenal appearance and flavor. Calyxes are shrouded with sugary trichomes and resin, while its flavor is with savory fruit. It can be smoked during the day, filled with many activities.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Bubba’s Gift?

The aroma and flavor are one. They’re like ripe berries and grapes with woody undertones, and it has an earthy exhale. It carries out potent yet recreational high, and it energizes the spirit and fuels it with motivation.

What are the Medical Benefits of Bubba’s Gift?

This strain is given to patients as an antidepressant and stress reliever. It can deal with mental issues like PTSD and depression. In the physical aspect, it washes away pain and aches. It invigorates the body to eradicate tension and fatigue. It also helps people with insomnia to get good sleep, so they refreshed the following day.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Bubba’s Gift

Smokers should stay hydrated, so there will be no itchy eyes and dry mouth. High dosage may lead to dizziness, anxiety, and paranoia.

How to grow Bubba’s Gift?

This breed is not fond of humidity as it is a compact plant with dense buds, so if moisture gets into it, powdery mildew and mold will develop. It’s helpful to slightly trim some broad leaves to let the air and light pass through. Low-Stress Training and Sea and Green are the methods suitable for the growth of this strain.

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