Alien bubba is an indica-dominant hybrid strain (70%Indica/30%Sativa) created with high THC levels and a low CBD content. First place at the 2010 High Times Cannabis Cup in Amsterdam. The bud has a sweet aroma and taste, with earthy undertones. It’s named after the alien-like shape of its buds, which are long and skinny with a lot of loose leaf. Best consumed as an edible or in a vape pen, but it can also be smoked in a joint or through a bong for sedative effects. Short and bushy plants that are suitable for Sea of Green growing methods in a semi humid environment. We advise consulting the cannabis community for more grow tips to avoid moderate yields.
What Strain Is Alien Bubba?
The lineage is a cross between Alien Kush and Bubba Kush parent strains bred by The Cali Connection.
Alien Kush x Bubba Kush cannabis strains
Oversized bright neon green piecey grape-shaped buds with yellow and dark rich purple leaves. These nugs are covered in orange hairs and a thick frosty layer of white trichomes crystal resin.
Its flavor is described as earthy and sweet, with hints of coffee and chocolate.
The aroma of alien bubba weed strain is earthy with sweet undertones. Some users also report distinct citrus notes, while others say they can smell hints of pine and pepper.
Alien Bubba Strain Effects:
The high comes on slowly but last for hours after smoking or vaping this strain, this is due to the thc content and analgesic properties which makes it perfect for those who want something that can be enjoyed throughout the day without losing potency over time. Effects are very relaxing and euphoric. It provides users with a deep sense of calm, while also giving them creative energy. Indica-dominant trip is often described as being cerebral and introspective. Users will feel a sense of mental clarity and an increase in creativity if there not couch locked. Dry eyes and dry mouth are negative side effects, so have some eye drops and drinks ready.
Great for treating anxiety or chronic pain as well as insomnia or PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder). Medical cannabis may help patients suffering from nausea or appetite loss due to chemotherapy treatment. These are suggestions and are not a substitute for professional medical advice.