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1964 Organic Comatose Review & Cannabis Photos

Comatose from 1964 is a very strong indica with a earthy citrus aroma and a lineage connected to OG Kush.

1964’s Comatose is an indica-dominant cultivar that was made when OG Kush was crossed with another unknown indica.

From what we could learn this strain is known for having dense, resinous flowers that end up producing high levels of THC (25%+) along with an earthy citrus aroma. We want to know how it compares to 1964’s Organic Romulan which is their other indica we reviewed a few months ago.

Check our review, rating and photos below.

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Smell

Coming in a black resealable bag, bulging nugs are visible from the outside. When you tear open the bag, your nose is invited with a  strong earthy smell followed by a sweet tingle of citrus aromas. 1964 does not disappoint with that sweet tang and a hint of gas we all love. The bag it comes in definitely hid that dank from us so we were surprised when the smell hit our nose for sure.  

Appearance

It was difficult picking just one bud as they all looked and felt very nice. Nugs felt dense and squishy enough they didn’t break apart in the packaging. In terms of size, we had multiple, fairly small green and dense nugs with purple highlights, covered with orange hairs. Trichomes were definitely coating the buds and stuck to your fingers when breaking up. We would maybe recommend to 1964 to add boost packs or nitrogen fill their packaging to ensure longer lasting quality. We do love our nugs a little sticky, that being said, our packaging date was recent enough that dryness wasn’t that much of an issue. The bud was a little too stemmy for our liking which made breaking it down a little more difficult.

Flavour

Comatose packs a gassy punch with citrus and earthy undertones. You get a strong diesel taste on the inhale and a sweet citrus exhale. Punch hit a little bit harsh on the throat when hitting from the bong, but when smoking out the pre-roll it definitely made it more tolerable and enjoyable.  

Experience

After smoking we felt it behind the eyes and ears before spreading through the body and mildly locking us to the couch. This is a perfect after work smoke, or even mid day sesh to “calm your toes”. Coming in at 25.4% THC we definitely expected comatose to hit a bit harder but its still an amazing organic smoke with an even better price tag at $34.97. However we’d put this in third place behind their Organic Sour Cookies strain and Organic Romulan.

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Summary
Comatose from 1964 is an indica-dominant strain with an earthy citrus aroma, 25.4% THC content and a price tag of $34.97 for 3.5 grams. After smoking we felt it behind the eyes and ears before spreading through the body and mildly locking us to the couch. This is a perfect after work smoke, or even mid day sesh to “calm your toes”.
Good
  • Very strong aroma and flavour
  • Dense, spongy and frosty buds
  • Strong indica high
Bad
  • No humidity shield
  • Not available in multiple quantities
  • Large amount of stems
7.4
Cooked
Smell - 7.8
Appearance - 6.8
Flavour - 7.6
Experience - 7.2
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Your favourite friendly neighborhood budtenders giving you the ins and outs of legal cannabis products available from the Ontario market. We are trying products out on the daily, and have the insights of what gas is lurking upon your local dispensary. Like most daily consumers, we try to go for quality, an enjoyable high, as well as something that will be worth the price you’re paying, but we’re here to tell you what’s worth breaking the bank, and what strains might just be perfect for you.

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