3 oz Mixed AAAA+ | Cheesecake | King Tut | Bubba Kush $169.99
1 oz Cheesecake (Indica) AAAA+
1 oz King Tut (Sativa) AAA
1 oz Bubba Kush (Indica) AA
Cheesecake, also known as “Cheesecake,” is a calming indica marijuana strain made by crossing Confidential Cheese with F2 Girl Scout Candy. This powerhouse combination resulted in a strain that is cheesy, earthy, and extremely sweet. Cheesecake produces sleepy effects that will leave you relaxed and ready for a long night of sleep. Consumers say this strain is a smooth smoke and ideal for anyone in need of mental and physical relaxation. Cheesecake has a THC content of 21% and may be overwhelming to novice cannabis consumers. Medical marijuana patients choose this strain to relieve symptoms associated with chronic insomnia and depression. According to growers, Cheesecake features dark purple foliage with eye-catching orange hairs. This strain was originally bred by Mad Scientist Genetics. If you’ve smoked, dabbed, or consumed Cheesecake before, tell us about your experience by leaving a strain review.
King Tut, also known as “Tutankhamon,” and “Pharaoh,” is a potent sativa marijuana strain made from a cross of AK-47. King Tut produces uplifting effects, making it an ideal choice for social outings or creative stimulation. This strain features flavors that are sour, skunky and fruity. Medical marijuana patients choose King Tut to help relieve symptoms associated with pain. Growers say this strain is sensitive to high humidity and fungus, but makes for an excellent mother plant.
Bubba Kush, also known as “BK,” “Bubba,” and “Bubba OG Kush” is an indica marijuana strain that has gained notoriety in the US and beyond for its heavy tranquilizing effects. Sweet hashish flavors with subtle notes of chocolate and coffee come through on the exhale, delighting the palate as powerful relaxation takes over. From head to toe, muscles ease with heaviness as dreamy euphoria blankets the mind, crushing stress while bringing happy moods. Bubba Kush exhibits a distinctive, bulky bud structure with hues that range from forest green to pale purple. Bubba’s stocky plant stature and bulky bud structure suggest Afghani descent, but its genetic origins aren’t certain. The breeder whom this strain was named after states that Bubba Kush emerged just after 1996, when an OG Kush pollinated an unknown indica strain obtained in New Orleans. The mother plant was supposedly Northern Lights, but the genetically ambiguous indica was simply called “Bubba.” Bubba Kush has flourished from its California roots ever since.