White Bubba Kush (Indica)

THC: 15.40% | CBD: 0.03% | CBG: 0.05%

SWOP’s White Bubba Kush is very dense and resinous with a spicy, musty smell indicative of its powerful body effects. The primary terpenes present are caryophyllene, limonene, linalool, and humulene. Caryophyllene will bind to CB2 receptors in the immune system, and help with inflammation responses, and some say caryophyllene can also help with anxiety, namely THC-induced anxiety. Willie Nelson must have been studying his terpenes as he’s recommended eating black pepper corns (very high in caryophyllene) to come down from THC-induced paranoia and anxiety for years now. Limonene is a powerful anti-proliferative, and is also known as an anxiolytic (can help with anxiety) in its own right, and has been studied as an anti-depressant. Linalool is a tranquilizer and sedative, and humulene is an anorectic (decreases appetite). With this terpene mix, WBK offers a clear-headed, but sedative effect that patients who suffer from insomnia, anxiety, or pain may greatly benefit from.

Being that the myrcene content of White Bubba is so low, patients who are suffering from muscular pain may like the muscular pain relieving effects of strains higher in myrcene, such as Purple Kush or Larry OG, but White Bubba’s caryophyllene content will aid instead with inflammation-based pain.

White Bubba Kush from Southwest Organic Producers