Crystal Coma’s high hits fast, sometimes stirling consumers with buzzy, head-focused effects before they’ve even had a chance to exhale it smoke. At first, a feeling of constriction in and around the temples can be expected; tics like increased salivation and a flushing in the cheeks are also possible. Eventually, these effects subside and are replaced by a mental rush, with thoughts flowing more frequently and in a more associative, category-based way. This mindset can lend itself to work on complicated analytical tasks as well as to open-ended creative pursuits like brainstorming. Smokers who aren’t feeling quite as productive, however, can simply enjoy Crystal Coma’s sudden wave of euphoria for all it’s worth.