Super Boof strain: a weed lover’s champion

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Once in a while, a cannabis strain comes along that takes the scene by storm. From the Cookies dynasty to the Glue craze, some varieties just hit different. The Super Boof strain may be one of these hitters.

When most people in the weed scene hear “boof,” they think mids. But Super Boof turns the slang on its head with its frosty nugs and ultra-potent effects. The resinous green buds are ideal for washing, much to hashmakers’ delight. Because it’s so sticky, Super Boof also makes top-shelf pre-rolls.

But how did the Super Boof strain rise to weed stardom? As it turns out, the cultivar fires on all cylinders.

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Super Boof strain genetics

Super Boof is a cross between Black Cherry Punch and Tropicana Cookies. It was initially created by West Coast breeder Blockhead, who originally called the variety Blockberry. As legend has it, a grower named Mobile Jay got a cut of the strain and re-named it Super Boof.

Black Cherry Punch is an indica-dominant hybrid. Its ancestors include Granddaddy Purple, Cherry Pie, and Durban. Tropicana Cookies is a descendant of the GSC family, with Tangie added to the family tree. 

Going deeper into Super Boof’s ancestry, you’ll see that the classic cultivars Skunk #1 and Afghani Kush make an appearance. With so many heavy hitters in its genes, Super Boof has a literal all-star lineup.

Super Boof flavor profile

Super Boof is a citrus-forward smoke with a side of dank haze. Its main terpenes are myrcene, limonene, and caryophyllene. Floral linalool and hoppy humulene are also in the mix, giving Super Boof a complex, juicy flavor that’s in a league of its own.

Cracking a jar of Super Boof, you’re immediately transported to an orange grove. An earthy fruit aroma enters the nostrils and the air of sweet spice from a nearby garden dances through. The inhale is all puckery berry, while notes of dirt, lavender, pepper, and cheese dot the exhale.

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Super Boof is a weed hero. Photo: GreenState Team / Canva

Effects of Super Boof

Super Boof is a wonderfully balanced hybrid strain, offering euphoric, focused effects. Many reviewers consider it a perfect choice for the first smoke of the day, thanks to its uplifting nature. 

While the majority of Super Boof consumers find the strain to be on the energizing side, every person is different. A scroll of this Reddit thread shows the fickle nature of Super Boof, with consistency ranging between growers. Ultimately, the effects of this popular variety will come down to the individual.

Growing Super Boof strain

Super Boof is considered a moderately difficult strain to grow. It typically flowers within eight to nine weeks and yields up to three ounces per square foot of canopy. Super Boof seeds are available, but clones are more prevalent online.

Super Boof buds are bright green with flecks of purple, white, and emerald. A thick coat of trichomes covers the buds and leaves, providing a gorgeous, twinkling shine sure to entice any concentrate producer. Expect nugs to become quite dense upon drying, with plenty of orange hairs throughout.

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Super Boof FAQs

Want to learn more about Super Boof? Here are some of the strain’s most frequently asked questions.

Is Super Boof indica or sativa?

Super Boof is a hybrid strain, although its effects lean slightly sativa. Cultivation environment, brand genetics, and individual responses can all change how the strain makes you feel.

What does the name Super Boof mean?

Boof is typically used as slang for lower-quality cannabis, but the name Super Boof is a play on this term—there’s definitely nothing mids about this variety.

Is Super Boof a good strain?

Super Boof is a highly sought-after strain and holds an average rating of 4.6 on Leafly. However, “good” is in the eye of the beholder.

What does Super Boof smell like?

Super Boof is known for its citrus berry aroma with notes of berry, earth, and spice. The dominant terpenes are myrcene, limonene, and caryophyllene.

Super Boof: an all-strain strain for the ages

Super Boof took the scene by storm thanks to its epic blend of terps and heroic dose of trichomes. Its tasty smoke and euphoric yet balanced high make it a perfect daily driver for many types of consumers. Whether you find it in whole flower, pre-rolls, or dabs, you’re sure to have a champion sesh.

Rachelle Gordon

Rachelle Gordon is a cannabis journalist and Editor of She began her weed writing journey in 2015 and has been featured in High Times, CannabisNow, Beard Bros, MG, Skunk, Cannabis and Tech Today, and many others. Rachelle currently splits her time between Minneapolis and Oakland; her favorite cannabis cultivars include Silver Haze and Tangie. Follow Rachelle on Instagram @rachellethewriter