Like a warm blanket straight out of the dryer, wrap yourself in the simple, unadulterated experience that is Bubba Kush.
Why it's special.
This batch of high CBD hemp comes to us straight from the Oregon sun and soil. Big notes of lemon and cloves on the nose give way to tasting notes of cocoa and coffee. Bubba Kush steps up with high levels of D-Limonene and a-Humulene giving this flower its wonderful bouquet and making it a perfect evening strain.
Cannabinoids interact with your endocannabinoid system. This system plays a role in regulating pain, stress, appetite, energy, sleep, fertility and many other physical processes.
*CBDA, CBGA and THCA are acidic precursors found in all raw cannabis. Once heated, the compounds transform into CBD, CBG and THC.
Terpenes are botanical compounds responsible for the unique flavor and aromatic profiles of our flower. Together, with cannabinoids, terpenes play a leading role in defining the distinct therapeutic properties displayed in each strain.
The Origins of Bubba Kush
The Bubba Kush strain takes its name from how it was created. In 1996, a Californian breeder pollinated an indica strain acquired at New Orleans Mardi Gras with a male OG Kush hemp flower. While it is not known which indica strain was used, Bubba Kush’s appearance suggests an Afghan strain like Northern Lights.
Bubba Kush Flavor Profile
Bubba Kush flowers are infused with an aroma of coffee and cocoa. When burnt, you’ll be able to smell spice, cloves, and a subtle hint of lemon. If your Bubba Kush flower has purple leaves, it is not a cause for concern. The pigments only affect the color and do not alter the taste in any way.