Despite her completely off-putting name, Booger is a strain that meets your every waking need. Created in Colorado by crossing Bubba Kush and Strawberry Cough, her breeders remain unknown. Anyone who tries this strain owes them a big thanks, however, as Booger is an evenly balanced hybrid that combines amazing physical and cerebral effects.
Novice users will want to be careful with this bud, because while she does average around 18% THC, her potency can sometimes reach 24%. As you’d expect from the name, nugs of this strain are dense and lumpy, complete with bright orange pistils and a thick coating of chunky trichomes. Her flavors may take some getting used to, as hash and earth mix with spicy berries as you exhale. The aromas that linger in the air are much heavier with skunk and can be detected a mile away, so use caution if needed.
Sure, boogers are gross, but this strain will have you reaching for her day after day. Your high begins with a huge cerebral hit that infuses your mind with energy and joy. For some, you’ll feel as if you’ve gone into hyperdrive as clear-headed thoughts and focus come racing in. While this may sound overwhelming, Booger does a great job at balancing things out with a relaxing blanket of comfort that drapes over you from head to toe. Not at all sedative yet highly soothing, her physical effects work to help keep you grounded throughout the entire experience.
Although she was likely crafted for recreational purposes, Booger does a great job at tackling a wide range of medical issues. Her euphoric presence is ideal for those who suffer from depression and stress, and if your concerns stem from having too much on your plate, this energetic strain will help you to clear your to-do list with ease. Individuals who experience chronic pain or inflammation can also find relief here, and fatigue is nearly completely banished with just a few tokes.
Booger is an ideal strain to grow at home as long as you’re able to do so indoors. These plants tend to be susceptible to pests, mold, and mildew, so keeping her safe is key. Experienced cultivators will be able to get a very large yield out of her after 7 to 10 weeks, and even those new to the game will likely end up with a decent amount of bud. Perhaps the only issue to consider is her aroma, as she tends to be quite strong during flowering. If you need discretion, invest in a smell-proof system.
We’ve all judged others who eat their boogers, but how do you feel about smoking some? Booger may become your favorite new co-worker after you see just how much she’ll help you get done, so pack a bowl, smoke away, and hit the ground running.