Bubbler Kush

Bubbler Kush Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
12 to 14 ounces per square meter (Indoor Yield) 14 ounces or more per plant (Outdoor Yield)
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
56-63 days
Warm climate
Growing Difficulty
Citrus, Lemon, Pine, Tea, Woody

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Bubbler Kush Marijuana Seeds Information

Bubbler Kush from Tropical Seeds Co. is an Indica Dominant variety that can be cultivated indoors and outdoors. It is a cross between Fire Alien Kush and Hilli Bubba strains. This strain is most recognizable by its small, but dense and chunky buds that are caked with trichomes and intertwined with electric streaks of blue and purple. It is best used for daytime and evening usage.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Bubbler Kush?

The smell is of sharp cheddar cheese, hash, citrus, and earthy, with flavors of lemon, coffee, and earth. This cannabis strain will keep you buzzy yet laser-focused with creative energy and increased sociability. Your body will then be filled with the buzz, which spreads into a relaxing effect but won’t decrease energy.

What are the medical benefits of Bubbler Kush?

It has anxiolytic properties that calm the overwhelming dread as well as slow down fast-paced thoughts. It relieves users of aches and pains beginning from the temples, including headaches. Patients with insomnia can use the bud as a sleep-aid. Apart from helping users drift off to bed, the herb also enhances the quality and quantity of sleep.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Bubbler Kush

At times, it can develop into a subtle feeling of paranoia. More unavoidable reactions to using marijuana are dry eyes and a mild cottonmouth.

How to Grow Bubbler Kush?

In controlled settings, growers should top it early to keep it short. Utilizing methods like Sea or Screen of Green will improve yields as well. If possible, it is also best to water each plant with mineral-rich liquids. When regarding mediums, hydroponic systems will produce ‘cleaner,’ healthier buds that are free of pesticides, but soil brings out its full flavors.

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