Truly a confection, sativa-enthusiasts craving for a sugar-induced high would enjoy taking a bite out of Bubbleberry. Coating the mind in a rosy glaze, a puff will give smokers something delightful to chew on for the rest of the day.
Of course, its cheerful nature is due to the influence of two of the most flavorful strains in the cannabis market.
Oozing with a gooey kind of euphoria, Bubblegum adds a rather mellow yet uplifting quality that makes everything better for the smoker. Its tingling sensation tickles the mind, prompting fits of giggles to take place.
Meanwhile, Blueberry combines the colorfully cerebral stimulation with a long-lasting sense of relaxation. With both harmonizing and highlighting each other’s best qualities, users only need Bubbleberry to know what peace taste like.
The deliciously pungent scent and taste of Bubbleberry are both true to this hybrid cannabis strain’s name, being of sweet berry fruit reminiscent of candy and having floral undertones. When ready for harvest, Bubbleberry produces lumpy, mossy green buds that bear slight purple hues.
THC levels of Bubbleberry range between 15-20%. Its high is known to be sativa-dominant, giving the consumer a sudden rise in creativity, making this the perfect strain to pursue hobbies related to art and music – or anything involving the use of one’s hands. Focus drastically improves if consuming the proper dose. Mood will immediately improve as well.
Furthermore, it’s got an aroma that can truly turn people’s heads. Extremely pungent and sickly sweet, expect this bud to transform one’s living into its own rendition of Willy Wonka’s factory.
- Effects: Happy, Creative, Energizing, Euphoria, Happy
- Taste: Berry, Blueberry, Cheesy, Fruity, Sweet, Tropical
- Aromas: Earthy, Fruity, Pungent, Skunky
- Side Effects: Dry mouth, Dry eyes, Panic attacks, Depression, Pain, Thirst, Anxiety, Stress
- Helps with: ADD/ADHD, Bipolar Disorder, Chronic Pain, Depression, Fatigue, Headaches, Insomnia, Nausea, PMS, PTSD, Stress
Blueberry Odor and Flavors
Like being buried beneath a field of flowers, Bubbleberry has a rather suffocating odor that can truly overwhelm the senses. Skunky, earthy and floral notes all mix together loudly; although from a farther vantage point its aroma can be quite pleasant.
Its flavors are significantly better though as it all blends smoothly – first, the tongue is greeted with a pungent taste that is reminiscent of any cannabis. However, it’s alleviated by sprinkling rose petals that add just enough freshness to make it an enjoyable experience.
Soft and sentimental, that’s how Bubbleberry likes to play it. While it gets people buzzed as a bee, in no way does it sting. Rather, a gentle and expansive high encourages smokers to get up on their feet with a solidified sense of purpose.
Moreover, its potency assures a smooth-sailing ride, so any worries of mentally crashing are out the window. As such, one can simply enjoy feeling fresh for the rest of the afternoon.
This chirpy mood makes for a perfect backdrop for creative minds to take advantage of, and artistic endeavors are sure to paint the image of success.
Upon closer inspection, it can be seen in many ways – brainstorming sessions are bound to be on fire as ideas are exchanged one after another. Meanwhile, home projects can come closer to completion as users are inspired to pick up on where they left off.
Others can also use this as a social lubricant as it not only boosts one’s confidence, but also lets interesting conversations to take its course. After laughing to their heart’s content, the body is eased into relaxation as a small dose of indica gives it a soothing touch.
Perfect for those slightly busy and chill afternoons, pop one of these up as a treat to keep the spirit going.
Blueberry Adverse Reactions
Due to its effect being head-centered, those who are already prone to feelings of anxiety may want to take it easy with this strain as it may amplify such conditions. Moreover, beginners who have low tolerance to such effects may also be vulnerable against paranoia, and on the physical side, headaches or dizziness may manifest.
Whether one smokes too much or not, users will experience dryness in their mouth and eyes. Thankfully, this is easier to handle and can be eased simply by preparing refreshments beforehand and keeping hydrated throughout the session. Of course, alcohol is not included in that list.
Blueberry Medical Use and Benefits
- THC: 15.3 – 18.3%
- CBD: 0.25 – 0.69%
- CBC: 0.09 – 0.85%
- CBG: 0.39 – 1.05%
- CBN: 0.05 – 0.22%
- THCV: 0.35 – 1.23%
Positively helpful at its core, this feel-good strain goes beyond motivational words as it also backs it up with healing actions. If doctors can give free candy to children, medical patients can get a stash of this to put a smile on their face.
On that note, those battling against depression would be able to see the brighter side of things as a bowl of this ganja helps them focus and stay optimistic. Turning away from stress, the mind is lightened and can carry on seizing the day.
Moreover, the subtle surge of energy blunts the piercing symptoms of fatigue, allowing users to enjoy the day clear-headed and distracted from the problems of their routine.
- Flowering time: 49 – 56 Days
- Harvest time: 63 Days
- Yield indoor: 0.5 – 1 Oz/Ft² (~ 300 g/m²)
- Yield outdoor: 1 – 2 Oz/plant (~ 400 g/plant)
- Height indoor: 60-80
- Height outdoor: 60-80
- Grow difficulty: Easy
- Flowering type: Photoperiod
One of the easier plants to grow, veterans and novice-growers alike can bond over this strain. Moreover, it leans closer to an indica structure as it reaches a short to medium height of up to 100 cm, making this rather easy to manage indoors where the space can be restricting.
In addition, it can flourish either using soil or hydroponics as its medium. On that note, it also has a short flowering time of 7 to 8 weeks with a satisfactory yield of 300 to 350 grams per square meter.
Meanwhile, one needs to be in a semi-humid climate with daytime temperatures of 72 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit for it to fully flourish. It can be harvested by late September to early October with an average yield of 350 grams per plant.
Prospective growers should also keep in mind that this has a rather pungent and attention-grabbing odor, thus, carbon filters may be necessary to mute it in places where one needs to keep a low profile.