The offspring of two legendary parent strains, blue coma weed is a symphony for the senses. Its aroma is an intoxicating blend of sweet and sour notes, like biting into a lemon that’s been dusted with sugar. Its taste is a fruity mix of citrus and berry flavours that will leave your palate salivating.
With THC levels ranging from 18 to 24 percent, this Sativa strain packs a punch and delivers a psychedelic high that is sure to blow your mind. It induces a relaxed state of mind and euphoria that is perfect for socializing or creative activities. Its sedative effects also make it a good choice for pain management and stress relief.
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It’s the rich terpene profile of blue coma weed that gives this strain its distinct flavour and mood-enhancing properties. The most prominent terpenes are myrcene, linalool, pinene, and limonene. Myrcene is known for its herbal, musky and spicey fragrance and has anti-anxiety, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and pain-relieving properties. Linalool is a terpene that has soothing, sedative and calming qualities. Limonene is found in citrus fruits and has potential energizing, focus-sharpening and mood-enhancing effects.
When grown correctly, this strain produces big yields of high-quality buds with a nice coloration. To maximize your harvest, use topping, low-stress training (LST), and super cropping to enhance bud production and increase your yields. Regular monitoring is critical to spot any signs of pests, disease or nutrient deficiencies as soon as possible. This will help prevent any issues before they become severe.