Bubble Gum Genetics
Hailing originally from the American heartland in the ‘70s, Bubble Gum made its way to Holland in the ‘90s, winning awards along the way. A 50/50 hybrid strain, Serious Seed’s
Bubble Gum can contain high THC levels and moderate CBD content on average. The actual lineage of the Bubblegum strain is unknown.
Bubble Gum Terpene Profile
Bubble Gum is known for its namesake flavor profile, with notes of tropical fruit, berries, and earthy undertones. The exhale leaves a creamy, berry notes on the palate. This is the perfect strain for smokers that enjoy sweeter, candy-like strains that leave a lingering floral smell after it’s smoked.
Bubble Gum Effects
At first puff, the indica elements are most noticeable, with a relaxed and mellow sensation. The sativa kicks in soon after with a cerebral and social effect settling over the indica body-high. This strain culminates in a well-rounded effect that is perfect for social occasions or couchsurfing.
Medical Benefits Bubble Gum
Bubble Gum is used in the medical community for helping relieve aches and pains
, as well as lessening symptoms of stress, depression, and fatigue. Users report that they feel a nice sleepiness on the comedown that may help with insomnia
. Other reported benefits include an increase in appetite
for those suffering from chronic nausea.
How to Grow Bubble Gum
As a beginner-friendly strain, Bubble Gum is low maintenance but best grown indoors due to possible fungal complications when grown outdoors. On average, plants grow to a medium height and produce tight, crystal-covered buds with a high yield per square meter. With an indoor flowering time of around 8-9 weeks, it’s easy to see why this strain has exploded in popularity with its user-friendly growing process. To ensure the best results and characteristic bubblegum flavor, a SOG method is recommended.