Bubblegum gelato: Cannabis breeders from the Bay Area known as the Cookie Fam developed the hybrid strain called Gelato. The THC level in Gelato marijuana ranges from 20 to 25%, making it a strong variety. Gelato has recently gained popularity because of its tantalizing flavor and potent effects.
Most of the genetic makeup of bubblegum is unknown. All that is known about it is that a North American Hybrid (Indiana Bubblegum) and an Unknown Indica strain of cannabis were used to create it in 1993. Anyone who has used the Bubblegum strain for medicinal purposes before is aware of how great it is in almost every way. It took several generations for the Bubblegum strain to create a stable variation that closely resembled the flavor of bubblegum.
It took many generations for the Bubblegum strain to create a stable variation that accurately mimics the taste of bubblegum.
The only thing you really need to know about the Bubblegum strain is that it is an upbeat, full-bodied hybrid that produces smooth smoke that tastes like sweet, new bubblegum. If you remember that particular kind of bubblegum, the aroma of this particular batch reminded me of a bag of Big League Chew Gum.
The effects of Bubblegum are quite 50/50, affecting the head and body equally. With a buzzing head high that is generally followed by an even stronger body buzz, it is practically a perfect hybrid split.
This year, just a few dispensaries have made Bubblegum available for donation, and even then, only for a brief period of time. My conclusion is that the Bubblegum strain is “rare,” at least in California, based on this.