Bubblehead 13 feminized seeds
For this strain Big Head Seeds concentrated on searching for a bubblegum pheno that was as close to the unique taste of old school gum and after much experimentation they found it in their 13th test subject. Once they were satisfied, Big Head Seeds selectively bred it with their ultra frosty White Knuckle SC to boost crystal production and then their BigHead #1 to encourage even more weight at harvest time.
- Big Head Seeds (Great Britain)
- Trance-like syrup
- White Widow
- 450 - 500 g/m² indoors
- 70 - 77 days
- Sativa / Indica hybrid
- 15 - 20 %
Big Head Bubblehead #13 Feminised Seeds Info
Bubblehead #13 delivers an abundance of granite-hard buds on side branches and a spectacular dominant single kola, a typical characteristic of the BigHead influence within the strain. It also presents superior root growth, making for excellent foundations and great nutrient uptake.
The White Widow component really enhances the syrupy gum taste and the resulting hybrid consistently delivers huge yields of this mouth watering Double-Bubble gum taste from magnificent buds that are coated with THC.
Bubblehead #13 has a well balanced high that begins clear and euphoric, gently sliding into a heavy, trance-like sedative stone, stimulating creativity and appetite as well as being therapeutically relaxing.
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