KOS – Coma Cluster F1


(3 customer reviews)
  • Strain Name: Coma Cluster
  • Breeder: KOS (Kingdom Organic Seeds)
  • Actual Weight (yield): 3 oz. per 3 foot untopped plant under 400 watts HID MH
  • Actual Flowering time in days: 70 days
  • Sativa/Indica/Ruderalis/etc. ratio: Hybrid 50/50 Iron Cindy x Boggle Dragon
  • Taste (burned and unburned): Fuel/Dank/Honey Oil
  • Smell (burned/unburned): Dank
  • What the dried bud/crumbled bud looks like: Buds can be solid or super solid
  • Speed of high onset: Creeper—15 minutes or so
  • Duration of high: Long—a few hours at least
  • Quality/type of high and any medicinal qualities: Just need to be careful on your dosage with this one, because a little too much will make you pretty useless mentally; but lighter dosages are fairly functional.


Last of the F1’s

I tested the Iron Cindy male in my “Iron Maiden” tent of torture, where I stress the plant several ways including over pruning, heat, and drought, and he passed and always bounced back fast with flying colors. The Iron Cindy is a hybrid of Dutch Flower’s Metal Haze and my C99 (male). Bringing to the table some serious yields, along with some sharp Hazey and overripe figs as far as the flavoring and smells go. Hearty and highly adaptable, that’s the way we like ‘em.

The Boggle Dragon is BOG’s Bogglegum male crossed to my Blue Dragon selected female, BOG’s hybrid was an old NL #5 crossed to a Bubblegum and the Blue Dragon is Blue Rhino male crossed to a landrace Tibetan cultivar, my Tibetan Gold. I selected the Boggle Dragon female specifically to target the most awesome Tibetan high-type so hopefully it will run dominant in the Coma Cluster.

The Coma Cluster is well named as she will deliver you into a wonderful coma like state of pure relaxation but, without the knocking you out totally part—not sleepy—and she is a heavy-duty munchies variety, and also have some Visine handy for the demon red-eye she will impart. Her flavors range from honey-oil fuel to candy and every female I have seen is a very large yielding plant (3 oz. from a 3-foot plant indoors under a 400w HID); super hearty and easy to grow. Watch out for her potency, as it is very high and will have you stupid and drooling on yourself if not careful, heh heh. She carries that wicked sativa expression where smoking more will for sure tear your head off.

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3 reviews for KOS – Coma Cluster F1

  1. jseaquest (verified owner)

    This is my first run of the Coma Cluster. Running one female untopped outside in the So Cal high country (3,600′ elevation).
    Started with 2 beans that sprouted on April 16th in one gal pots. TLO soil, and sunlight from the get go.
    One female, one male determined on June 7th.

    Unusually cool/cold spring, dodging early morning frost threats till June 10th. Transplanted the female to her
    4’Lx4’Wx4’D raised bed, using TLO soil with all the bells and whistles on June 11th, at a height of 14″.

    Aug. 19th, the girl has pretty much finished stretching, and showing nickle sized nugs everywhere standing at 6’4″ tall by 7’wide. I’m impressed with the pedal to the metal vigor, once she was placed in the raised bed. Already showing good signs of diamond encrustations covering the copious little buds. Loving everything about this girl, and she already has a bit of the Metal Haze smell coming out when down wind.

    I’ll return and give an update in 4 weeks, and then at harvest.

  2. Diego

    Excellent strain! I used these for my first grow and I put the poor things through so much stress it really is a testament to the tlo method that they even survived. I initially converted a garden shed with a window unit that could barely keep up in the summer, pegging out the thermostat at 99° most days, then i had to move addresses right before flower, followed by 2 near freezing nights soon after. They yellowed and dropped some foliage but recovered and flowered up nice. Also when i identified the males I threw them on the copost heap and they lived green and healthy for two mpre weeks roots exposed! If all that stress couldnt kill them, you should have no problems. I am definitely a repeat customer!

  3. Devan B (verified owner)

    Got the coma cluster doing it’s thing right now ,were about 10 days till grads, she’s a dense hefer and full of trikes, her yield on scale of 1-10 would get about a 6.9-7 tho her quality will receive about a 8.5 and that is top shelf all day anywhere.

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