Romulan Strain Information

The cannabis strain Romulan is an indica that has a scent of pine and possesses an earthy, woody flavor. When ready to be harvested, its buds are covered in a layer of frosty trichomes.

The origins of Romulan are currently unknown. In 1996, Federation Seeds bought the strain in an effort to save it from extinction. However, Romulan was a female-only strain and had to be crossed with another strain, White Rhino. Over time, Federation Seeds selectively bred Romulan, resulting in only 3% of White Rhino genetics remaining in the strain.

On average, Romulan has THC levels of around 16%, but some crops can reach up to 20%. The strain is known for its potent high that starts with a head rush and then spreads throughout the body, inducing a sedating couch-lock effect. It is recommended for nighttime use and has been reported to help relieve muscle spasms and pain from nerve damage. It may also cause the munchies.

However, Romulan does have some negative side effects when consumed in high doses, including paranoia, dizziness, and headaches.

Below are the lab data tables:

Cannabinoid Lab Data

Cannabinoid Amount
THC: 16%

My Review of the Romulan Strain:

Wow, where do I even begin with Romulan? This strain took me on an intergalactic ride and left me feeling incredibly uplifted and relaxed. The moment I took my first hit, a wave of euphoria enveloped my senses, leaving me feeling like I was floating through space. The taste was earthy and piney, subtly hinting at its mysterious origins. Romulan’s potent effects made me feel incredibly creative and inspired, perfect for those moments when I needed a burst of motivation. The high gradually mellowed out, providing deep relaxation and relieving any lingering stress. If you’re looking for a strain that will transport you to otherworldly realms, Romulan is the ticket.