God’s Bubba is a super powerful indica dominant hybrid strain created through combining the heavy-hitting God Bud and Pre-98 Bubba Kush strains. With THC levels that typically tip the scales at about 25% and a heavy full-bodied high. Indica lovers will appreciate the tranquilizing qualities God’s Bubba has to offer, especially those treating pain and insomnia. The strain was created by British Columbia-based breeder Jordan of the Islands.
When properly cured, flowers of God’s Bubba take on a mellow, earthy smell, similar to dried wood. Closer inspection may also pick up on some astringent fumes of diesel. Breaking these buds open, meanwhile, yields an herbal, almost spicy smell. When God’s Bubba is burnt, its flowers give off an acrid, sour-tasting smoke that may cause a coughing fit or watery eyes on the inhale. On the exhale, this thick smoke mixes odors of skunk and pine.
God’s Bubba Type of High:
The high that comes from God’s Bubba has a tendency to creep up out of nowhere, waiting up to 15 minutes after consumption to exert its effects. Smokers may realize that the strain is working as they feel some increased pressure around the eyes and temples and some possible flushing in the cheeks. Once these unfamiliar tics subside, users may also notice that they’re thinking more rapidly or more ponderously than usual; certain ideas or concepts may suddenly carry more weight and command the user’s attention. In this initial phase of the high, properly motivated users may be able to accomplish work on complicated, detail-oriented tasks. God’s Bubba’s head-focused effects can also manifest as sensory distortions, with some smokers experiencing a warping of visual or auditory perception. Trippy qualities like these can be amplified by turning on some atmospheric music or a moody movie.
God’s Bubba’s strong sedative qualities also have some applications for medical cannabis patients. Its ability to crush any concerns and preoccupations with heavy relaxation makes the strain useful in temporarily treating stress, depression, anxiety, and PTSD. The heavy, almost narcotic sedation that comes from God’s Bubba can also be used to treat physical pain, ranging from mild to chronic. For those who are properly relaxed, the strain can also bring on heavy sleep, making it a possible antidote to insomnia. Although God’s Bubba is not commonly associated with paranoia or overly cerebral thinking, patients who are prone to panic should nevertheless consume it with some caution.
Some negative side effects of God’s Bubba are, dry mouth and eyes and dizziness.