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Bubba Kush

Bubba Kush is a hybrid strain from L.A. breeder Matt Berger. Berger discovered a phenotype called Kush, a cut of the Afghan Kush landrace strain, that grew in the wild.

Berger experimented indoors with the Kush genetics and a crop of Northern Lights growing them in the same room. They ended up intermingling leaving behind a set of seeds.

It tends to be indica-dominant, producing bulky plants that grow short and stocky. Its flowers are also dense and heavy, inducing a physical state that’ll relax and produce euphoria.

Bubba Kush hemp flowers can produce excellent yields both indoors and out. With it being so dense and thick, it tends to need lots of care with good ventilation to avoid problems with pests and/or mold.

Effects

It’s all about the good genetics for which Bubba Kush produces a nice flow of calm energy that’s balanced between body and mind. The effect sets in within minutes. Bubba Kush produces a relaxing outcome.

This hemp flower strain has a very interesting cannabinoid profile and emerging therapeutic effect, this CBD-breed version of Bubba Kush contains CBG, CBC, and CBGA also!  Its marijuana counterpart has a typically high THC content, ranging from 15% to 22%.

Features

Beautiful dark green hues are present throughout with purple tinges that accent the stout and dense leaves of the flower. Sprouting with rustic orange hairs, these nugs are frosty and covered in trichomes or the small white hairs that cover the hemp leaves and stem.

Scent

This strain has a unique terpene profile that makes for a very unique aroma with earthy, woody tones with a hint of pine-sol.

Cannabinoid Profile

  • CBDA
  • CBGA
  • CBD
  • CBG
  • CBC
  • D9-THC
  • THCA

Terpene Profile

  • alpha-Bisabolol
  • beta-Caryophyllene
  • Eucalyptol
  • beta-Farnesene
  • Fenchol
  • alpha-Humulene
  • Limonene
  • Linalool
  • beta-Myrcene
  • alpha-Terpineol

Popular Terpenes

  • β-Caryophyllene
  • α-Humulene
  • Limonene