If your mantra is “you’ll sleep when you’re dead” then be sure to have your pajamas on when you meet Death Bubba. This grimly named indica will surely knock you out cold and leave you in a marathon slumber of relaxation. Bred by Matteo Suleyman at Sea to Sky in Vancouver, BC, Death Bubba is the love child between Death Star and the wildly popular Bubba Kush. With a THC content that can be as high as 27%, Death Bubba should be enjoyed with caution (even if you’re an experienced smoker).
Appearance, Aroma and Flavour
Death Bubba has spherical nuggets with luscious green hues and dashes of deep purple. Bright, fiery orange pistils can be seen peeking through the thick coating of sticky, crystal white trichomes. On first whiff the strain is pungent with notes of musk and earthy pine. When burned, flavours of sweet lemon and herbal spice round out the earthy pungent aromatics.
Effects and Medical Uses
Despite the initial onset, Death Bubba has a true indica experience. The high starts with a rush of uplifting and focused energy that makes you feel like you can conquer the day. But don’t be fooled, as the high develops, you will find yourself blissfully sinking like a stone. The heavy yet relaxing physical high begins with a tingling sensation that numbs your limbs. As you space-out into your own thoughts, the strain sedates you away into peaceful dreamland. Due to the strain’s potency, medicinal patients use Death Bubba to help clam anxious thoughts, alleviate chronic pain, and aid insomnia woes. Death Bubba works great as a nightcap when you’re ready to sleep the day away.
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