Bubba souche is an extremely popular indica hybride. According to the strain’s original L.A. breeder, while one parent was an OG Kush plant, the other was a Northern Lights variety brought back from Mardi Gras in New Orleans; this unnamed mother strain was hence known as “Bubba,” and has since been lost. Bubba strain was originally a clone until 1998, when it was mass-produced and distributed as a seed. Bubba strain is an indica with a strong sedative effet that relaxes yet keeps consumers productive. It has a haut THC content, ranging from 15% to 22 percent by volume.
Bubba strain has small to medium-sized buds that have the thick bud structure of indica kinds. The dark green leaves can sometimes be tinged with purple, a consequence of anthocyanin pigments being activated by low temperatures throughout growth. This is a highly resinous strain, with white trichomes covering the colorful leaves and even visible on the inside when buds are crushed open.
Bubba strain has a coffee or cocoa scent, with a little fruitiness underneath. When burnt, Bubba strain has a more hazy and spicy aroma, as one would expect from a Kush. The smoke is quite harsh and coughing-inducing, owing to the fact that this strain’s purple blooms do not result in a grape-like flavor: the pigments that determine Bubba strain’s color do not influence taste. The flavor is mostly dank, with some sweetness and a pungent finish. This is also an extremely noxious strain; users concerned about discretion should prepare ahead of time.
Bubba strain’s high starts in the head, unlike most other indica strains. This foginess gives way to a more conventional body melt that gets stronger as time goes on, despite the fact that it is not necessarily alerting. Users can maintain mental concentration and converse or execute tasks as needed, although they won’t be overly active. Users will generally experience heavy, deep-breathing relaxation with a strong physical sensation of wellbeing.The discomfort of couchlock is rare, allowing consumers to be productive and awake. Although Bubba strain has medical applications that range from mental to physical, it can help with both anxiety and depression as well as the treatment of chronic, deep-seated pains and aches. It has antianxiety effects in moderate amounts and can aid sleep deprivation by acting as a sedative.
Bubba is a low-maintenance strain that may be cultivated by beginners. Its plants can be grown indoors, outside, or in a greenhouse, and are stocky and bushy like other indica strains. The strain has the benefit of being naturally mold and bug resistant when grown outdoors, but growers will need to ensure constant sunshine and a consistent daytime temperature of 72 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Bubba strain develops swiftly when cultivated in soil, however it may generate greater yield if produced in hydroponic solution. When grown indoors, the strain blooms between 8 and 9 weeks, and it is ready for harvest outside in early October. Despite the fact that the yield of plants from this strain is usually lower, at 32 to 35 grams (or 1 to 1.2 ounces) per square foot, the flowers are of excellent quality.