Death Bubba | Strain | Quebec

  • Calming 10% 10%
  • Energizing 90% 90%



  • Relaxed 85% 85%
  • Sleepy 53% 53%
  • Happy 45% 45%
  • Euphoric 49% 49%
  • Hungry 34% 34%

Helps with

  • Stress 34% 34%
  • Insomnia 37% 37%
  • Pain 37% 37%
  • Anxiety 24% 24%
  • Depression 22% 22%


  • Dry mouth 39% 39%
  • Dry eyes 20% 20%
  • Dizzy 7% 7%
  • Paranoid 4% 4%
  • Anxious 4% 4%

Death Bubba, bred by Matteo Suleyman of Vancouver BC's Sea to Sky, is a beautiful, purple-hued strain with trichromes and terpenes abound. Created by crossing Death Star and Bubba Kush, this pungent pairing reeks of grass and skunk while the smoke is sweet, earthy, and clean on the palate. Its semi-sedative effects lock the consumer to the couch, unknotting tension and soothing minor physical discomfort with ease. This stinky BC native has been serving cannabis enthusiasts since 2012.


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