All About Crystal Coma Weed Strain
The aroma that is based on its genetics is pungently cheesy and skunk. Users who tried it noticed a cheesy taste to cause a spicy effect and some tingles on the tongue after exhale. The unbelievable potency of up to 26% THC makes it inappropriate for novice smokers. With this strain, even well-experienced users may want to be careful with the dosage.
Though Crystal Coma cannabis is mostly Sativa hybrid, it still keeps a lot from Indica properties. It beats the head right away after smoking with a severe buzz feeling and tension around temples and eyes. After that, consumers report a state of deep, tingly euphoria, making them forget about all the worries, cares and stress. While the mind remains clear and alert, and the thoughts get faster and more associative, this strain is not likely to be helpful with analytical tasks. The high is rather creative than productive; it leads to introspection, and a powerful body relax that comes a bit later when Indica comes to power.
Medical users describe Crystal Coma marijuana as very useful in treating attention deficit because it induces focus. They note that it has strong analgesic properties that relieve pain, muscle tension, spasms, cramps, PMS, and other painful states due to its high THC content. It is not the best used at night because it can provoke a headrush that can keep consumers awake and alert. The best time for Crystal Coma weed is in the late afternoon. However, users prone to panic should avoid this powerful Sativa.
In 2014 the strain won the 3rd prize at LA Cannabis Cup. Those who want to grow such a plant can buy the seeds online and cure them for 8-9 weeks to harvest a yield.