Float above the physical world over an ever-changing landscape like a cloud, or, dare we say it… a bubble? This intensely uplifting high will have you blissful and hazy thanks to its psychoactive properties, compliments of its three cross parentage. DNA Genetics has bred Haze, Northern Lights, and Skunk to deliver a deliciously flavored strain called Silver Bubble.
These lime green, lumpy buds offer users a moderate THC level, anywhere between 15% and 20% is considered normal, and flavors that will keep you reaching for it again and again. Delicious aromas of sour lemon, spice, and earth keep this bud a mainstay in Amsterdam coffee shops and a favorite amongst Dutch minded weed lovers worldwide. The flavor profile, filled with lemon cream and a surprisingly strong buttery aftertaste, is indicative of its beautiful appearance: frosty white trichomes and golden undertones powdered with resin and sparse orange hairs.
While the psychoactive effects are considered mild, users can expect to be on another level with this bud. Spacey, distant, and introspective are just a few of the words that describe how this high builds over time. At first, the cerebral rush overtakes your whole vibe, mellowing you out and washing away any worry that may be bringing you down. As the high builds, you’ll start to feel weighted and contemplative, possibly leaving behind any desire to move from your couch. The high rounds out with a slow drift into a deep and comfortable sleep.
Medicinal users turn to this Dutch classic for relief from a myriad of conditions. Because of its powerfully sedating effects, this bud is used quite often to treat chronic pain, muscle spasms, insomnia, and headaches. Treatment of stress, anxiety, and bipolar are other more common uses of Silver Bubble. Though it is rarer, users have also utilized this strain for mild to moderate depression. Keep in mind that this is best used as a nighttime bud, perfect for an after work wind down or nightcap.
Apartment growers rejoice! Silver Bubble is perfect for indoor systems and flourishes best in warm climates. Because of its delicate nature, this plant is not recommended for outdoor growing or anyone below an intermediate experience level. The flowering time is debatable, but the general average is between 8 and 10 weeks.
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