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Indica Hybrid

Bubblegum x Unknown

Bazooka Joe Strain

Bazooka Joe is an indica-dominant hybrid that is renowned for tasting like the classic bubblegum we all love. It is not a high testing strain, but it still packs a sedating punch. Bazooka Joe is not the most popular with such a low THC content. Consumers looking for a mouth-watering flavor and enjoyable high are perfect for Bazooka Joe. This strain is ideal for beginning smokers or those who prefer a rare terpene profile.

- Flavor -

strain flavor Earthy
EARTHY
strain flavor Bubblegum
BUBBLEGUM
strain flavor Honey
HONEY

- Effects -

strain effect Relaxed
RELAXED
strain effect Euphoric
EUPHORIC
strain effect Creative
CREATIVE

Overview of Bazooka Joe


Bazooka Joe sticks out for a multitude of reasons. One, it's a sweet name that immediately brings back old memories. However, the primary trait of Bazooka Joe that consumers adore is its sweet, candy-like flavor similar to bubble gum. If this strain didn't have such a unique taste, it would not be a well-liked strain. Bazooka Joe only tests about 12 percent to 16 percent THC. For many consumers, this is a no-go. The consumers that are not worried about potency are in for a treat with Bazooka Joe!


Potential Positive Effects of Bazooka Joe


Consumers describe the high from Bazooka Joe as being euphoric and happy. The initial effects are not too sedating, but the high quickly turns sleepy. This strain is an excellent night-time smoke and is particularly suited for an after-dinner smoke session.


Potential Negative Effects of Bazooka Joe


There are not many adverse effects associated with Bazooka Joe. Some consumers report feeling groggy and fatigued. The most common adverse effect is cotton mouth.


The Lineage of Bazooka Joe


The lineage of Bazooka Joe is unknown at the moment. There are not many clones or seeds of this strain, and it is not available in most markets. Until it begins to spread into the legal market, Bazooka Joe's lineage will remain unknown. Either way, it is one of the craziest tasting strains around.


Growing Bazooka Joe


Bazooka Joe is a relatively easy strain to grow if you can find a seed/clone. Even though it is an easier one to grow than most, it does not produce the highest yield. In fact, it's a pretty low producer, which may be why it is not always accessible. For such a small return, Bazooka Joe takes a little while to flower. Its flowering time is usually around 60-70 days. It does well in both indoor and outdoor facilities and does not need a lot of space. Due to its uniqueness, it would be a cool strain for any cultivator to grow.


Where to Find Bazooka Joe


Consumers are lucky to ever come across Bazooka Joe. It is a rare strain that is not abundant in any market. It is more likely to pop up in a legalized state on the West Coast than anything.


Check with your local dispensary to see if they have any Bazooka Joe on their shelves, here!



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