Cali Bubba (AAA+)
A special seed release for the 2010 High Times Amsterdam Cannabis Cup (it was planned as their Indica entry, but there weren’t enough dried buds around before the competition to enter officially), this pet project of lead breeder Swerve came about in an attempt to re-create the clone-only legend Bubba Kush in seed form. An unknown male (possibly Swerve’s SFV OG Kush F3 which he used for many breeding projects) was used in this double backcross, first pollinating on the mother to create seed, then another male from that population going back to the Bubba mother once more to reinforce her traits. The resulting plant grows much like the Bubba mom, but some variation in structure (some phenos will have long, slender nugs which is unusual for Bubba) is to be expected. However, the majority of nugs are the stereoptypical Bubba pine cone/golf ball shape with large calyxes and that signature purple-gray coloration coming on as harvest approaches.
PRE 98 Bubba (AAA+)
Pre-98 Bubba is an indica dominant strain with an 85:15 indica/sativa ratio. It has an impressive 20% THC level and has been preferred by indica lovers for over a decade. Not only is it great for lazy days, but it is perfect for individuals who want to unwind at night. The strain is wrapped with an earthly aroma, which is pungent with a hint of citrus. However, you will be surprised to find out it actually has a coffee aftertaste to it while exhaling. It is true that the smoke is quite harsh and the taste is not as exceptional as you would expect it to be, but it is a great strain nonetheless. The strain is commonly used by patients suffering from insomnia. After smoking it a deep relaxation sets in and allows you to relax while fending off depression and anxiety at the same time. Additionally, you will not have to worry about it wearing off right away as its effects lasts longer than what you would expect it to be. Additionally it is quite effective and beneficial for patients suffering from Bipolar disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.