Robert Bergman

October 3, 2020

Lemons are such a staple in every kitchen. Their tanginess can bring life to a tired soul that’s been bombarded by the daily hassles of stress. In fact, one does not even need to add the citrus as an ingredient. Just merely getting a whiff of their aroma is enough to improve neurological activity.

To this end, Lemon Bubble can be quite useful as it has just about the same scent as the real fruit. But, that is not all. The strain has a dreamy high and a flavorful aftertaste that has won it awards.

Here are some amazing seed deals. Buy 10 and get 10 seeds for free!

To produce such a successful offspring, Pheno Finder Seeds married two industry mainstays. First is a two time-Cannabis Cup winner bred by Green House Seeds, Super Lemon Haze. As what its name suggests, it is a heavy haze with the sweet, zesty taste of lemons. Moreover, being such a trichome filled hybrid, its potency comes fast and hits hard.

Super Lemon Haze was then paired with Silver Bubble. Once the top smoke that dominated the coffee shops of Amsterdam, this timeless classic provides a balanced high that leaves users feeling ‘complete.’ Besides its potent effects, the strain has also gained fame for its cold and mold resistant buds.

With parents like these, it is no wonder Lemon Bubble has been recognized in multiple cups. Moreover, with such amazing qualities inherited from its genetics, there is no reason to believe that the hype around such a topnotch hybrid is unfounded.

Information about Lemon Bubble:

ORIGINSuper Lemon Haze and Silver Bubble
EFFECTSHappy – 10
Energetic – 9
Talkative – 8
Tingly – 7
Uplifted – 7
Dizzy – 6
Dry eyes – 6
Paranoid – 1
Anxious – 1
FRAGRANCELemon, sweet, herb, tangy, earthy
FLAVORSLemon, tropical, herbal, earthy, spicy, buttery
MEDICALPain – 10
Muscle spasms – 10
Nausea – 9
Eye pressure – 9
Seizures – 9
THC CONTENT %19% to 23%
CBD %1.09%
INDICA / SATIVA %20%/80%
INDOOR YIELD8 to 10 ounces per square meter
OUTDOOR YIELD110 ounces or more per plant
CLIMATEExperience needed

* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest


If you want to save up on buds, then Lemon Bubble is the strain for you. With only a small amount, users get to enjoy full Sativa effects in only a few puffs. Moreover, it has a THC content estimated to be between 19% to 23#, which makes this strain extremely potent.

TIP: Looking to buy Lemon Bubble seeds? Check out this marijuana seed shop

Soon after taking few tokes, Lemon Bubble induces a euphoric high that makes people happier. Finding themselves more cheerful, users lower their inhibitions and become lively with conversation. For its ability to turn people into sociable creatures, it is an exceptional party strain.

Lemon Bubble Effects
Lemon Bubble Effects – Image powered by Seedfinder.eu

Besides uplifting spirits in the early stages of the high, the bud also delivers a powerful dose of energy into the mind. Feeling reinvigorated, users are motivated to finish tasks or chores and stay productive for as long as the high lasts.

Gradually, a tingling pressure ebbs down to the body from the temple. As it spreads, the soothing effects of Indica become more apparent. And, instead of overwhelming the body, it complements the sublime cerebral high with subtle muscle relaxation.


Lemon Bubble inherited the unmistakable sweet lemon scent of its parent Super Lemon Haze. But, underneath the overpowering citrus aroma are undertones of herb. Together, they blend well to create a tangy, earthy fragrance.


A favorite among many cannabis enthusiasts, Lemon Bubble has a myriad of flavors that are famous for being well-balanced. At the first toke, it releases the taste of sweet lemons which can be enhanced with a fruit flavored blunt wrap. But, as the tropical sample sets, an herbal quality emerges with hints of earth and spice. As it is exhaled, it leaves a smooth, buttery aftertaste on the throat.

Adverse Reaction

Being such a delicious strain, it is possible that people may end up smoking more than the recommended amount. In the event that happens, users should expect heightened mental and physical awareness. To some, this can be quite dizzying and can induce slight anxiety and paranoia. Thus, it is advisable to toke a little amount.

Lemon Bubble Adverse Reaction
Lemon Bubble Adverse Reaction – Image powered by Seedfinder.eu

Typically, however, users often experience drying of the mouth and the eyes. These are often mild and not a cause for concern. Besides, these are normal reactions to marijuana as experienced users know.


Lemon Bubble is a great recreational strain. In just a few tokes, it can help people who battle with depression boost their mood. But, besides behavioral changes, the bud is also famous for its physiological benefits. It has amazing analgesic effects that are a result of its powerful psychoactive properties.

TIP: Looking to buy Lemon Bubble seeds? Check out this marijuana seed shop

With its sedating body high, it relieves any unwanted tension. Moreover, as it soothes the muscles, it alleviates chronic body pain and muscle aches. And, perhaps the best part, it has the capacity to provide comfort to people with epileptic episodes or are prone to seizures.

Lemon Bubble Medical
Lemon Bubble Medical – Image powered by Cannabis-seeds-bank.co.uk


Lemon Bubble is quite sturdy. This can be attributed to its predecessor, Silver Bubble and its mold and cold resistant genes. In spite of its firmness, it requires a lot of care and attention. Moreover, special methods are needed to make sure the plant does not wither. Thus, it is not a plant that beginners can easily cultivate.

Flowering Time


Unlike other plants, Lemon Bubbles uses a soilless medium in an artificial environment. To grow to its fullest potential, it also uses special techniques such as FIMing, or topping between nodes, and Low-Stress Training (LST), changing the shape of the plant by tying and bending them. The strain is likely to produce 10 to 12 ounces of buds per square meter after a flowering period of 8 to 10 weeks.


Like other plants, Lemon Bubble thrives best when it receives a decent amount of sunshine. It grows fast and has an abundant yield especially when it is cultivated in a warm environment. Moreover, while it may be able to withstand most weather changes, it is best taken inside in case of heavy rain or extreme cold.

As with any Sativa plant, Lemon Bubbles flowers between the second or third week of October. At times, it may flower in November. But, it all depends on the conditions it was grown in. Once ready for harvest, growers can expect 10 ounces or more per plant.

Have you ever smoked or grown your own Lemon Bubble? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.


The founder of I Love Growing Marijuana, Robert Bergman, is a marijuana growing expert that enjoys sharing his knowledge with the world. He combines years of experience, ranging from small-scale grows to massive operations, with a passion for growing. His articles include tutorials on growing... [read more]

Lemon Bubble Strain Review

There are no reviews yet. Be the first one to write one.


Please Post Your Comments & Reviews

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

  1. By Bulldog ,15 Feb 2020
    Robert Have made a discovery that will improve the quality of medical pain patients, maybe more. I am a patient and licensed cultivator. Have someone contact me if you are interested. You are my seed company want you to shine […]Read More
  2. By Neal ,30 May 2020
    I've seen everything from 7-12 weeks flowering time. I'm at about 7-8 weeks and it is getting close. No way it goes past 9-10.

World Icon

200 grow guides

500 Helpful Articles

Group Icon

35,000+ Daily Visitors

500,000+ Grow Bible readers

Plant Icon

1500 Strain Reviews

100 Strains For Sale