About Sonoma Coma
Despite the name and it's associated effects, Sonoma Coma is not an Indica but can very easily relax users into a comatose like state of sleep like most heavy Indica's are known for doing.
The effects start out cerebral, energetic and giggly, but soon the body begins to tingle as it loosens muscles. Most users do not find the bodily effects too heavy but some may find the cerebral effects induce anxiety. Typically lasting between an hour or two, this strain can leave users looking to raid the fridge. Unfortunately, the exact story behind Sonoma Coma's genetics seemed to be a closely guarded secret. Though no one is 100 percent sure where it came from, a dispensary in Vallejo, California, named Happy Lil Trees entered it into the first High Times Medical Cannabis Cup in 2012. Sonoma Coma took first prize in the Sativa category that year.
The flavor of his strain is sweet, like tropical fruit, and spicy like hash. Described as having no limits, users may be able medicate with this one endlessly but the higher one reaches the more likely they are to experience anxiety or paranoia. Still, at lower levels Sonoma Coma can be very energetic and happy, which may be used to treat depression, stress, anxiety, appetite loss, and fatigue. This strain may have a THC count of 20 percent or more.
The story about this person Darlene finding seeds in their car then growing them in a 5 gal metal pot in 1969 is bs. I know the actual breeder of this strain he lives in the town of Sonoma in Sonoma county. I smoked the same batch of bud that won the 2012 cannabis cup.
IN 1969 OR 70 I BOUGHT AN OLD BEAT UP CAR. WHILE WASHING AND SWEEPING IT OUT I CAME ACROSS SEEDS SCATTERED AROUND. KNOWING WHAT THEY WERE AND INSTEAD OF LETTING THEM HIT THE GROUND, I PLANTED THEM. BACK THEN GROWING POT WOULD GET YOU A LOT MORE THEN A SLAP ON THE HAND BUT I DID IT ANYHOW IN OLD 5 GAL METAL BUCKETS. THE SEEDS PRODUCED THE BEST POT (TO THIS DAY) I'VE EVER GROWN. AFTER SMOKING I LAUGHED AND SAID "THIS STUFF COULD PUT YOU IN A COMA". I LIVE IN THE SMALL TOWN OF GRATON IN SONOMA COUNTY SO I NAMED IT "SONOMA COMA," AND THAT'S HOW IT REALLY GOT IT'S NAME!