With a name that lingers too close to its strong sleep-inducing characteristics, death bubba is a very potent strain that delivers strong results. The most stand-out feature of this strain is its ability to knock out even the most seasoned users after just a few hits. Many users classify the deep sleep resulting from this strain as the nearest experience to a death like deep sleep in the coffin.
An indica dominant hybrid strain with 70 percent Indica and 30 percent sativa, the Death Bubba weed strain is an amalgamation made by crossing of Death Star strain with Bubba Kush.
The resultant powerful marijuana strain is sure to take you on a psychedelic journey.
The buds feature forest green nugs that are medium sized and splattered with purple undertones as well as fiery orange hair. All nugs are covered with furry dark green leaves and have a layer of white trichomes.
Death Bubba boasts of an astounding 22 percent to 27 percent THC level, which gives it the potential to cause couchlock in users, and in some cases, totally knock them out!
The effects begin with a euphoric rush in users that lightens the mood and relaxes the mind. It is popular for helping the users feel more energized at first, and then cause them to get sleepy.
Death Bubba flavors tend to be more pronounced and consist of a pine and citrus like taste followed by a sweet aftertaste.
This popular strain can also be characterized by its pungent and dank smell that fits well with the name. There are also hints of a musky and earthy blend with the pungent smell.
Growing and flowering time:
The best climate to grow Death Bubba is when its warm. Infamous for being finicky, the plant itself is resilient but also requires high maintenance and attention. It grows to a medium height and can be grown both indoors and outdoors. For people wanting to grow it in privacy, it is best to be kept and grown indoors as the strong pungent smell can be an easy give away.
The flowering period takes around 8 to 9 weeks and each square meter indoors can produce 10 to 12 ounces of flowers, whereas when grown outdoors, each plant can produce up to 12 ounces of buds when harvested in mid-October.
Death Bubba is popular among people that suffer from insomnia, anxiety, stress and pain.
Common side effects of Death Bubba include dryness of mouth and eyes as well as drowsiness.