Death Bubba Kush

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Death Bubba Kush is a beautiful, purple-hued strain with trichomes and terpenes abound. Created by crossing Death Star and Bubba Kush, this pungent pairing reeks of grass and skunk while the smoke is sweet, earthy, and clean on the palate. Its semi-sedative effects lock the consumer to the couch, unknotting tension and soothing minor physical discomfort with ease.

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Description

As a descendant of the wildly popular Bubba Kush strain, Death Bubba is an Indica-dominant hybrid (70% Indica / 30% Sativa). This potent plant has a mind-blowingly high THC content that ranges between 25 and 27%, with effects that can lead to a nearly fatal slumber. You’ll experience a wave of rushing, concentrated energy shortly after smoking, leaving you feeling inspired and driven with a propensity for experiencing psychedelic experiences.

As the high continues, profound contemplation and spaciness will ease you into a state of complete relaxation, which may cause you to withdraw from people in social circumstances. On exhalation, Death Bubba has a musky, earthy pine fragrance and tastes spicy lemon pine with a tinge of pungent dirt. The nugs on this bud are medium in size, dark forest green with purple overtones, and they are sprinkled with bright orange hairs.

Each nug has a dense layer of frosty sandy white trichomes and a full covering of dark olive green, almost hairy leaves.

 

Quick Glimpse:

Type: 70% Indica / 30% Sativa

Taste: Dank / Earthy / Sweet / Lemon

Effect: Sleepy euphoria

Flowering time: 10 Weeks

Contents: THC: 22-25%, CBD: 0.65%

Dominant Terpenes: Caryophyllene and camphene

 

Origins:

The beginnings of Death Bubba may be found in Vancouver, British Columbia, namely in the Sea to Sky area. This strain was produced by Matteo Suleyman, the Sea to Sky director and grower, by crossing the Death Star and Bubba Kush varieties. The outcome is a strong and flavorful variety that has surprised cannabis connoisseurs.

 

Flavour & Aroma:

According to reports, Death Bubba has a flavour that is earthy, clean, and peppery, with hints of lemon pine and pungent soil. The limonene, which gives this strain its skunky odour, aids in reducing anxiety and tension. The strain will taste peppery thanks to caryophyllene, which also has anti-inflammatory properties. Additionally, the camphene gives it a flavour similar to fresh pine and has anti-inflammatory qualities.

Death Bubba smells strongly like skunk and grass. On the other hand, it has a pleasing musky and earthy combination of pine. A powerful scent of lemon, skunk, and spice hits you. The sizzling lemonade margarita on a hot summer day is indicated by the herbal-scented blend of pungent spice and tart citrus.

 

Effects:

Like most indicas, Death Bubba’s high is known for being mostly physical and less intellectual. However, it’s still a wonderful smoke for decompressing after work. Get ready for a case of the munchies, a little euphoric surge, and a fast shift into a profoundly calming body high.

When the high peaks, be prepared to experience an intensely calming and sedating effect. DBK has all of the medical advantages there are. This potent Indica’s calming properties make it useful for treating sleep problems, including insomnia. The calming effects of the high are also excellent for reducing inflammation, headaches, and mild discomfort.

Positive:

● Great Flavour
● Excellent long-lasting high
● Relaxing undertone

 

Negatives:

● Can cause sleepiness

 

Medical Potential

Users have no choice but to sit back and unwind after the full effects of Death Bubba have entirely taken over their minds and bodies. Smoking good quality marijuana like this gets you high easily with a long-lasting effect. Drowsiness eventually sets in, and many people don’t know they’ve gone asleep until they wake up the next day, rejuvenated.

 

Its capacity to promote restful sleep is its most sought-after therapeutic advantage for both medical patients receiving therapy and insomniacs.