Bubble Cheese Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
15 - 18%
Yield
11 oz per square meter (indoor); 13 oz per plant (outdoor)
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
8 - 9 weeks
Climate
Sunny, warm, Mediterranean
Growing Difficulty
Easy
Height
Short
Flavors
Bubble gum, cheese, blue cheese, pungent, tropical

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Bubble Cheese Marijuana Seeds Information

This hybrid strain is known for its sedative effects, which are used in many health conditions. It is not solely for medical use, but it’s a great weed for recreation. Big Buddha seeds made this three-way cross of Bubble Gum, Cheese, and Hubba Bubba Kush. It can be easily distinguished by connoisseurs based on its pungent aroma. It grows into a stout plant with qualities that make it a famous botanical specimen.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Bubble Cheese?

The smell and taste of this strain are in similar characteristics of savory, milky bubble gum with pungent cheese. The aftertaste is a bit harsh. It delivers heavy sedative buzz that starts on the forehead, and it spreads to the whole body. The mellow lethargic waves make complete relaxation possible for consumers.

What are the Medical Benefits of Bubble Cheese?

It can defeat the persistence of chronic pain and even severe ones. It can be a treatment for inflammation to lessen redness and swelling. It is proven effective in managing symptoms of depression. Insomniacs can rely on this strain to gain deep, quality sleep while those who suffer from appetite loss can be back to normal eating habits.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Bubble Cheese

Smokers of this strain may experience irritated eyes, dry mouth, and dizziness while the high is on. It may cause headaches and slight anxiety to some consumers.

How to grow Bubble Cheese?

This weed is for everyone because growing it is just a breeze. It is also resistant, and it can thrive indoors well, but you can still cultivate it outdoors, but you have to make sure it stays above freezing temperature. Sea of Green method suits this plant.

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