Pink Bubba Marijuana Seeds Information
With an unknown breeder, Pink Bubba is a genetic mix between Bubba Kush and Pink Kush. It exudes a fragrance of sweet florals and pungent earth is released. Visually gorgeous, the buds have popcorn-shaped minty green nugs that have fiery orange hairs and notable hints of pink undertones throughout. A golden sheet of frosty crystal trichomes throughout adds a glittery effect that is absolutely sheen.
What are the Flavor and Effects of Pink Bubba?
Pink Bubba is a blended taste that is sweeter and more floral. Hints of wet soil and wood wash over the mouth as its smoke is savored. On the exhale, it leaves the refreshing aftertaste of pine which lingers even after the last puff.
Best reserved during late nights, the high it induces is just as wonderful as the flavor, with long-lasting and lifted effects. Soon after, you’ll feel a slight tingly effect start to envelop your body, lulling you into a completely relaxed state that will leave you slightly couch-locked and hopelessly sedated for hours.
What are the Medical Benefits of Pink Bubba?
A true hybrid, it has potent indica effects that can help sufferers of appetite loss, chronic pain, depression, muscle spasms, and stress. It is a natural analgesic, anti-depressant, appetite booster, and muscle relaxant.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Pink Bubba.
Negative reactions are common to cannabis users. Dryness of eyes may cause red eyes. Dry mouth may also occur. It is best to drinks a lot of water before, during, and after the pot session. The easiest preventative measure for the dry eyes is a good eye moisturizer drop that you can buy at a pharmacy.
Rarely, greening out may also happen. This is characterized by headaches, anxiety, dizzy spells and worse, paranoia. Not to worry, this is temporary. This is due to overconsumption so go slow with the doses especially if you are new to cannabis.
How to Grow Pink Bubba?
Those looking to grow the strain at home should get clippings from mature, healthy plants as the seeds are not available in the market. The plant can be grown indoors or outdoors in a warm climate. Appearance-wise, it is short and squat and may need growers to occasionally prune back any broad, light-blocking fan leaves.