Bubba Kush – Bubba Kush Strain
About Bubba Kush,
Bubba Kush cannabis strain is an indica-dominant with a ratio of 95/5 and THC levels reaching a sky-high 27%. This strain, commonly known by its other name Bubblegum Kush, is easily recognizable in the flowering stage by its distinct purple buds. The taste is as sweet and refreshing as bubblegum.
Very thick flowers ranging from dark black and purple to green depending on the “cut” of this strain. Remaining constant, Bubba produces Kush style cannabis flowers leaning from golf balls to swollen hearts in shape.
Aroma & Flavor
Firstly, The aroma of Bubba Kush is one of those unique scents you will never forget. It often borders on an acrid ammonia smell, but always emits deep, earthy notes. From hints of coffee to dirty feet, Bubba Kush hits the nose a bit differently for everyone
Also, This bud has a slightly sweet and hashy flowery coffee flavor with touches of rich spicy chocolate
Bubba Kush was considered incredibly potent when it was first created. Although some strains have slowly taken over it potency-wise, this strain is still nothing to laugh at. The average indica has around 12.5% THC content, whereas Bubba Kush on average has 14.5%. The highest phenotypes of this strain measure at 22.5%, and will knock even the most adept stoners to the floor
EFFECTS OF BUBBA KUSH
A favorite of breeders and patients alike, Bubba Kush packs a head-spinning high that will leave you flying for hours and hours on end. It starts with a subtle boost of the spirits, filling your mind with a happiness that leaves you with no room for negative or racing thoughts. This heady happiness will have you feeling unfocused and slightly sleepy sometimes. A soothing body high accompanies this cerebral lift, filling you with a sense of calm that has you kicked back and pain-free for hours on end. With these effects and its high 14-25% average THC level, Bubba Kush is often chosen to treat those suffering from conditions such as mood swings or depression, cramps or muscle spasms, chronic stress and chronic pain.