The Dub

The Dub Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
Indoors, 300-400 g/m2/Outdoors, 450 g/m2
Flowering Period
45-55 days
Indoors, Outdoors
Growing Difficulty
Spice, Floral and Herbal 

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The Dub Marijuana Seeds Information

The Dub strain is a well-known indica variety. It is from the two heaviest producing cannabis of all time, the male Kalijah and the award-winning Critical Mass. With these two genetics, this strain has resulted in a compact, short-flowering, heavy producing yield.

The buds do not easily lose their potency and volume after drying up for a smoke. It has a very nice soothing aroma that stays longer. This strain can either be enjoyed daytime or nighttime.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Dub?

This cannabis got its flavor from its very own parent strains, although it spices up a little bit. Giving you a penetrating taste of herbal spice like anise, fennel, and Nepalese hashish, it also gives you a light floral taste and aroma.

Since the buds are very dense, it will take you to an intoxicating, stress-free vibe and cerebral uplift that makes you just want to laugh uncontrollably. It gives you a mind losing effect that you will enjoy in every smoke.

What are the Medical Effects of the Dub?

The medical effects of Dub are great in treating cannabis users dealing with excessive mood swings and anger, anxiety, depression, and stress. It also helps people struggling to sleep.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Dub?

The negative effects that you can expect from this cannabis are only temporal and common for cannabis users. You may expect some dryness of your mouth and eyes, an increase in appetite, dizziness, and paranoia. It may also include nervousness or increased heart rate.

How to Grow Dub?

The Dub is very easy to cultivate, most especially indoors. At the end of its flowering stage, the temperature should be kept lower like a 40/50 humidity to avoid mucous and or fungi in its buds. When playing outdoors, make sure that it cannot be exposed to summer sun although it adapts well with climate. It will dry up its roots, causing discoloration and even stress to plants.


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