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Bubba Kush Experience
Bubba Kush is a very popular Indica strain among marijuana enthusiasts. The exact lineage of this strain is unknown, but it’s thought to include a little Afghani and OG Kush. As a near 100% Indica, you can expect some strong, sleepy effects. After a puff or two, you’ll begin to feel muscle tension ease away and a pleasant, happy, and euphoric feeling will quickly replace any stress and worry. Unlike many Indica strains, the buzz starts in the head before gradually making its way down into a heavy body stone.
Traits of Bubba Kush and Bubba Kush Seeds
Bubba’s aroma is a unique experience. At first, a hash taste hits the tongue. Yet, a warm, creamy, and acidic nuttiness lingers after the exhale. Marijuana connoisseurs will also note the absence of grape flavors, despite this strains purple colorings.
The buds on this strain look similar to those with Kush Mountain heritage. Overall, the plant is quite stocky with dense, quick-flowering buds. In cooler climates, you can expect to get some purple coloration from this strain. The high volume of trichomes gives this strain a definite shimmer.
Medical Benefits of Bubba Kush
This strain has been popular with medical marijuana patients for almost two decades thanks to the number of conditions it can help to manage.
- Strong Indica effects make Bubba Kush a great choice for cancer and HIV/AIDS patients
- High THC levels stimulate appetite and provide ample pain relief
- Potent sedative effects also make Bubba the perfect cure for insomnia
- You'll want to stick to nighttime use with this strain, however. Bubba Kush can leave you stuck on the couch and craving your favorite snacks.
Flowering Period60 to 65 days
Outdoor Harvest DateMid-October
Growing TipsBubba Kush is a great indoor strain for beginners and advanced growers alike. It does well in any medium but tends to get the highest yields from hydroponic methods. This strain is well-suited for sea of green (SOG) grow environments. Bubba is also naturally resistant to molds and pests. If you want to play up the purple, decrease nightly temperatures to 50°F (10°C). Though, make sure you don't stress your plant with high daytime temperatures and extremely low drops at night.
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