Bubblegum Strain was created in Indiana during the 1970s and is a nearly 80% indica dominant hybrid. The indica-dominant hybrid Bubblegum strain was made by crossing Indiana Bubblegum with a mixed type of marijuana that is currently unidentified.This strain was then taken to Amsterdam in order to clone and hybridize. The name of this strain is said to come from its distinct pink Bubble Gum smell, which it has been dubbed after. It has won quite a few accolades and has been recognized by ‘High Times Cannabis Cup’ quite a bit.
The plant has a light green color and is covered in hairs that are bright Orange. The buds on the plant will look airy with lots of crystals that appear snow-like.
This strain has gained notoriety for its SweetSweet smell. You will be able to distinguish its name just by that scent alone – it’s a pleasurably aromatic presence that will fill the room with a Flowery fragrance and Earthy aroma. It leaves a Candy scent in its wake.
Bubblegum Strain features a blend of Fruity flavors, which creates a flavor similar to berries. This hybrid is very flavorful and tasty. It’s well-known for being a great option for those who prefer sweeter fruit flavors, as it comes with a distinctive Tropical aftertaste.
Patients who have been diagnosed with Stress, Anxiety & tension from time to time find that the use of this strain of marijuana helps them feel calm and relaxed. It also has a mood-lifting effect on those who are using it.
This sweet strain produces large amounts of THC and is said to be potent, so it’s probably not for everyone. It can sometimes cause paranoia or Anxiety, especially if you’re relatively inexperienced with cannabis.
Bubblegum Strain is a cannabis strain that can produce around 16 ounces of usable product during its harvest. The time it takes to mature before harvesting is usually around 8-9 weeks
The Bubblegum Strain thrives best in dry, warm environments. When grown outdoors, you should expect the plants to be ready for harvest mid-late October. The yield should average around 14 ounces per plant