Death Bubba’s sky-high THC levels (22%-27%) produce a powerful head rush, erasing mental fog and lifting spirits before the indica-dominant effects of the strain sneak up on the user.
If you get a little boost at first, you might start to think that death isn’t so bad after all Although the pleasant numbness of Bubba marijuana smoke suggests otherwise, the strain is best enjoyed in the company of others. Full-body tingling and a subsequent reflective couch-lock will replace your initial state of euphoric bliss.
Among the many medical benefits of Death Bubba marijuana is a restful night’s sleep, which is especially helpful for people with sleep disorders, chronic fatigue, or who are undergoing medical treatment and need to recover from their ordeal.
Death has a putrid, musty odor. The taste of Bubba marijuana is similar to its aroma, though seasoned smokers may detect hints of pine and lemon on the exhale.
Death Bubba marijuana seeds are a tempting option, but they are notoriously difficult to grow. Only advanced growers should attempt to cultivate this strain. It grows best indoors (with the help of a filter to mitigate the plant’s potent odor), and a hydroponic setup has the potential to reduce the typical flowering time of 8 to 9 weeks.