Gummy Bear

Please be advised that the information presented on this page is intended solely for descriptive purposes and should not be considered as a review or medical advice. The actual effects of the cannabis strain may vary. It is important to use marijuana responsibly, as it can be addictive. We recommend that you consult a healthcare professional before adding cannabis to your health regimen.

Quick info

Distinctive terpenes
Limonene, myrcene, caryophyllene
Helps with
Depression, stress, pain
Ease of growing
Medium
When to use
Afternoon

CBD

1.00%

Low

THC

18.00%

High

Effects

Relaxed
UpliftingUplifting
Sleepy
Tingly
50 50

Sativa

Indica

Benefits

Gummy Bears, also known as Gummies, is an evenly balanced hybrid created by crossing Trueberry with Big Lemon. With a name just as sweet as its effects, the strain provides a mellow and relaxed high. Boasting 12-20% THC on average, it is a good choice for rookies and experienced smokers alike.

Onset

With a name like Gummy Bears, you would expect the strain to provide a dreamy, euphoric, and easygoing experience. Indeed, the flower lives up to these expectations and delivers a delightful high, balancing the sativa and indica effects.

The trip starts with a gentle wave of euphoria that will make you leave your worries behind and leave you in a carefree state. As the high progresses, the indica traits begin to shine, bringing about a sense of calm and relaxation. This mellow, relaxing, good-vibes-only high is an excellent choice for a lazy afternoon, a cosy evening with friends, or as a way to decompress after a long day at work.

If you’re looking for strains with a similar effect, you might want to try Gelato or Blue Dream.

Uses

Gummy Bears has been appreciated for its versatile medicinal benefits. Thanks to the anti-inflammatory terpene beta-caryophyllene, it may be effective in easing chronic pain, inflammation, and migraines. Additionally, its soothing effects can help with muscle spasms and anxiety. This strain also makes for a good sleep aid. Finally, its mood-enhancing properties, facilitated by uplifting limonene, will be appreciated by people with mood disorders.

However, responsible consumption is crucial, particularly if you’re using Gummy Bears for stress or depression. Start with a low dose and gradually increase it if needed.

Side effects

While most people enjoy Gummy Bears without problems, some users might encounter mild side effects like dry mouth, dry eyes or mild headaches/dizziness. In rare cases, paranoia or anxiety can surface, especially for those sensitive to THC.

As a highly relaxing strain, Gummy Bears may make you sleepy if consumed too early in the morning.

Taste & Smell

Berry
Earthy
Fruity

Gummy Bears strain is an eye-catching delight. Its vibrant green buds are complemented by purple accents and the thick trichome coating glistening in the light.

The flower’s aroma is equally captivating, offering a mouthwatering fruity sweetness that reminds you of a fresh bowl of mixed berries. The same notes can be found in its flavour, reminiscent of berry-soaked lemonade and notes of earthiness on the exhale. This strain is a must-try for any candy fans – they will surely find that the name resembles the namesake of a sweet dessert.

Origins

The Gummy Bears strain emerged from Elemental Seeds, crossbreeding Trueberry (a delicious combination of True OG and Strawberry Banana) and Big Lemon (a zesty, lemon-infused descendant of OG Kush). This fusion gave birth to a strain that truly captures the essence of its candy namesake. With its origins rooted in sunny California, the Gummy Bears strain boasts a proud lineage that has earned it a global interest.

Growing conditions

Gummy Bear marijuana flower is quite easy to grow. It thrives in a slightly humid environment with temperatures between 20-27°C, making it a good choice for Thai growers in the winter. However, when grown inside, it is crucial to provide proper air circulation to prevent any mould or mildew issues.

The plants grow to 80-150 cm in height in around 7-8 weeks, yielding up to 500 grams per square metre when grown indoors and up to 600 grams per plant when cultivated outdoors under optimal conditions.