This rarity is a cross of Blue God and Bubba Kush, resulting in an indica-dominant hybrid (the exact ratio of sativa to indica is unclear, but it’s no more than 30:70). THC levels top 20%, while CBD levels are much lower, about 0.5%. It isn’t the most potent medical strain available, but it produces a pleasing physical buzz that can help with stress and pain. Blue Bubba has a distinct fruity flavor, and it smells of bubble gum. The plant has a deep blue tint visible on the leaves and bud. There isn’t much information available about this strain, including its best medical uses. But as an indica-dominant strain, it’s probably most useful in treating anxiety and insomnia, as well as chronic aches and pains. The high is deeply relaxing, with a focus on physical comfort. There are few reports of side effects, but dry mouth is likely. Blue Bubba is well regarded by patients who have tried it, but there aren’t many of those. Look for it on legal markets in the American West, or possibly in Holland, but don’t expect to find it on the black market.