Bubble Kush

Bubble Kush Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
18%
Yield
500g/m²
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
8 to 9 weeks
Climate
Indoor and outdoor
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
80-140cm indoors, 160-200cm outdoors
Flavors
Bubblegum, Sweet, Fruity

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Bubble Kush Marijuana Seeds Information

Bubble Kush is a product from DutchFem breeders and is an indica dominant plant that came from its parent strains Bubble Gum and O.G. Kush. Its leaves are lengthy, wide, and extend long. This strain is covered with white hairs, crystal-like trichomes, and orange tint. When smoked, this strain hits smooth and hard at the same time.

Bubble Kush offers the old classic flavor of bubblegum, while it also brings sweet and fruity goodness. With moderate difficulty in cultivation, expert advice is required. It has a flowering period of 8 to 9 weeks and can grow vast and wide if nurtured outdoors.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Bubble Kush?

Bubble Kush offers the classic taste of bubblegum. This strain’s effects are very strong as it delivers intense happiness such as euphoria in a deep, physical relaxation after a long day. It gives off a cerebral buzz that could give the user a very uplifting mood — preferred to be used in siesta sessions or before going to bed.

What are the medical benefits of Bubble Kush?

The Bubble Kush strain helps reduce stress, anxiety, and depression. It also relieves headaches, fatigue, migraine, and chronic pain, such as inflammation and arthritis.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Bubble Kush

Be cautious, as taking Bubble Kush dries the mouth and also the eyes. Users may experience dizziness and paranoia. Some felt the reverse as they felt anxious while smoking the plant.

How to Grow Bubble Kush? Some information and Tips

Bubble Kush can be cultivated indoors, outdoors, or in greenhouses. Give it the right environment and good nutrients. It needs to be fed and trimmed properly to be able to produce an average yield. Also, safety from molds, pests, and wild animals that can potentially harm the plant is encouraged.

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