Bubba Kush Delta 10 Flower
Bubba Kush Delta 10 flower is built for those who desire a tranquil, relaxing experience.
Easily identified by a fierce aroma of citrus, chocolate, and coffee, the only thing stronger than the smell of Bubba Kush Delta 10 flower is the intensely calming experience it delivers.
The high from this flower inspires happy feelings and serene sensations. It’s the cannabis equivalent of a warm bubble bath on a Friday evening after a long week of work.
If you’re searching for a supreme body high with a slightly cerebral edge that lasts for hours, Bubba Kush or BK is the strain for you. The feelings begin at the base of the neck, then radiate through the spine and into the extremities, fueling a deep-seated relaxation.
Inhaling BK brings a rush of sweet and sugary flavor. Users with a sharp palette will notice hints of spice and chocolate on the exhale.
Our Delta 10 varietal is grown with strict organic farming practices. Each batch of flowers is produced in light-assisted greenhouses and without the use of harsh chemicals.
The Delta 10 THC itself is applied to the cannabis flower through a solvent-free glazing method that bonds the molecules with the herb.
What Strain is Bubba Kush?
Bubba Kush is a hybrid strain of Delta 10 THC flower with a mysterious past.
If it’s not obvious from its physical effects, genetic testing confirms that BK is 80% indica and 20% sativa. But despite the popularity the strain has earned since it debuted on the scene in the mid-1990s, its parentage is partially unknown.
Expert breeders agree that Bubba Kush is the product of a cross between OG Kush and an unknown plant. Some speculate the other parent is likely an Afghani strain, judging by the effects and bud structure of BK.
What is clear, however, is that Bubba Kush’s popularity has remained intact for 25 years, thanks to its unique smell and knockout effects.
Bubba Kush Terpene Profile
The following are the terpenes that are included in Bubba Kush strain:
What is Delta 10 THC and What are its Effects?
Delta 10 THC is a psychoactive molecule that naturally occurs in cannabis plants. While it can create mental feelings and sensations, it is less potent than regular (Delta 9) THC.
Delta 10 has become the go-to option for users who want to limit the psychoactive effects of THC. The high it creates is more mellow and gentle than even Delta 8 THC.
Users who are especially sensitive to the side effects of psychoactive cannabinoids have flocked to Delta 10 for its less-intense experience. Most common negative side effects, such as headaches and paranoia, don’t occur with Delta 10 THC.
But while Delta 10 grows naturally in cannabis plants, the Delta 10 that coats this strain isn’t extracted from plants. In fully mature hemp, Delta 10 makes us less than 1% of the molecular makeup. Growing full plants to harvest D10 is prohibitively expensive and time-consuming.
Instead, this Delta 10 is created by heating hemp-grown CBD until it undergoes a chemical reaction and changes into Delta-10-THC. On a chemical level, this molecule is indistinguishable from natural Delta 10. And, because it’s made without harsh chemicals, it’s just as beneficial.
A similar process is used to make the Delta 8 THC. But just because both cannabinoids are made from CBD doesn’t mean they’re the same. They both operated in the body the same way (by interacting with the CB1 and CB2 receptors in the human endocannabinoid system), however, they are chemically distinct.
Feel-wise, Delta 10 THC is more like Delta 8 THC than different. Both offer a less-potent THC experience. But where Delta 8 can produce decent psychoactive effects, Delta 10 is more limited. Instead of full-on psychoactive effects, consumers can expect mood enhancements or positive feelings.
Where is Bubba Kush From?
No one knows exactly who first cultivated Bubba Kush or how they did so. But that hasn’t stopped the rumors from flying.
The best-known origin story of Bubba Kush goes like this. A cannabis breeder was
experimenting with OG Kush in 1994 or ’95. The experiments led to a flavorful, great-smelling, and long-lasting indica-heavy hybrid that had potential.
Realizing the potency of the strain, the breeder sent plants or seeds to the United States, entering the port of New Orleans. From there, an American grower embraced the plant and named it Bubba Kush after its parent and their own Southern heritage.
That may not be true, but what is confirmable is that Bubba Kush began showing up in 1996 across the U.S. and Europe and quickly established itself as a powerful indica-heavy hybrid.
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