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About this Indica Strain

Gumbo is a strain whose name might evoke thoughts of culinary delights, but its moniker actually stems from its distinctly sweet, bubble gum-like scent. This unique aromatic profile has made it a favorite among cannabis enthusiasts who appreciate its sweet and fruity notes. As a cross between OG Kush and Blueberry, Gumbo inherits a potent lineage, combining the robust characteristics of its parents into a harmonious blend. The buds are typically round, showcasing deep shades of green intertwined with burnt orange pistils, while THC levels hover in the high teens to low 20s. Both novice and experienced consumers have found pleasure in Gumbo's balanced effects. Gumbo's buds are known for their round shape and visually appealing color palette, featuring deep greens and burnt orange pistils. The presence of these vibrant colors, along with a generous coating of trichomes, indicates both the quality and potency of the strain.

The strain is celebrated for its sweet and fruity aroma, closely mirroring the nostalgic scent of bubble gum. This enticing fragrance translates seamlessly into its flavor profile, offering a delightful smoking experience that echoes its olfactory promises with every puff.

Gumbo is recognized for its sedative effects, making it an excellent choice for evening use. Consumers report a significant increase in appetite after use, making it potentially beneficial for those dealing with eating disorders or seeking to enhance their culinary experiences. Additionally, its calming properties have been utilized to manage insomnia, pain, and muscle spasms, offering a versatile therapeutic option for various conditions.

The high levels of Beta-Myrcene in Gumbo may contribute to its sedative qualities, aiding in sleep and providing relief from conditions associated with overactivity or discomfort. Its ability to induce hunger can be particularly helpful for individuals facing appetite loss, while its analgesic effects may offer solace to those dealing with chronic pain and muscle spasms.

Gumbo inherits the resilient and robust growth characteristics of OG Kush and Blueberry. The strain thrives in both indoor and outdoor settings, with a flowering time that aligns with its indica heritage, most commonly maturing in 7 to 9 weeks.

Lab Data

Cannabinoid Lab Data
Cannabinoid Amount
THC: 18.71%
Terpene Lab Data
Terpene Amount
Beta Myrcene: 0.0836%
Alpha Pinene: 0.0348%
Beta Caryophyllene: 0.0305%


Genetics of Gumbo remain a mystery at this time.

Genetic Lineage

Gumbo - Indica Cannabis Strain
Indica Gumbo

Frequently Asked Questions About Gumbo

What is Gumbo?

Gumbo is an indica dominant hybrid.

Where does Gumbo come from?

Gumbo has two parent strains hidden in secrecy.

What does Gumbo smell like?

Gumbo smells of sweet bubblegum with notes of skunk and pine.

What does Gumbo taste like?

Gumbo tastes of sweet berries and has been compared to bubblegum. It has other flavors that are more earthy, skunky, of pine and the woods.

What color does Gumbo have?

Gumbo has vibrant green buds that are leafy but dense and rounded. It has dark orange pistils and a heavy coating of yellowish trichomes.

What effects does Gumbo have?

Gumbo has been described as having deeply relaxing effects to both body and mind. Many mention feeling a narcotic like numbness that can leave some blank minded. Other have noted a serious case of munchies so might be smart to have some snacks on deck.

Is Gumbo an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?

Gumbo is an indica dominant hybrid.