All About Romulan Cannabis Strain
Named after the Star Trek race, Romulan is a powerful Indica plant known for its amazing therapeutic properties. The Romulan weed brings intense and long-lasting cerebral effects in the form of pine-scented, squat plants with frosty buds. Because of the deep sedation effects, this marijuana is now a favorite among those who struggle with nerve damage and muscle spasms.
Romulan’s genetic lineage is not yet confirmed and until this very day remains a big mystery. What is known at this point is that one of the strains is White Rhino. The second strain is an unknown North American Indica. The strain contains 15-18 % THC on average, therefore it is suitable cannabis for users with any experience.
Commonly affecting the users with a couch-lock and a case of the munchies, the Romulan weed has all the expected Indica effects. In addition to these, the effects are amplified with those of Sativa strains. That being said, the Romulan weed is bound to give you a narcotic high and put you into a euphoric state soon after you start consuming it. Relaxation happens almost right away and lasts for hours and soon after, it’s accompanied by introspective cerebral effects and a floating sensation.
Here is the list of the five most frequently experienced effects of this strain:
Romulan Strain’s Medical Benefits
Romulan is perfectly suited to help with a variety of mental disorders and conditions, including:
- Depression and/or anxiety
- Bipolar disorder
- Chronic stress
- Eating disorders
When it comes to physical ailments and conditions, Romulan has also shown great effects in terms of treatment. Here is what the strain is known to help with:
- Headaches and migraines
- Chronic pains
- Muscle spasms
- Other forms of body pains
- Lack of appetite
Romulan marijuana is pretty much risk-free when it comes to consumption, but too high quantities of it can produce some adverse effects like dizziness, headaches, and paranoia. Side effects are also evident in some cases of novice marijuana smokers or smokers who aren’t accustomed to highly potent marijuana strains.
Taste and Smell
When you lit up the Romulan marijuana, expect pure and overflowing pungency. This strain has an amazing scent of pine and earth that lasts for a long, long time. The smell is appealing and pleasant and yet, very simple and natural. In addition to these notes, you can also notice woodsy and citrus hints. At the moment when this strain hits the tongue, you’ll sense a sweet taste, similar to that of candies.
The plant of Romulan cannabis is easy to cultivate. This plant has a straightforward growth process, which makes it ideal for novices with little experience in growing marijuana. For experienced growers, Romulan marijuana is a piece of cake.
Unlike most of the Indica plants, the Romulan needs more vertical space to branch out and grow. Because of its Sativa features, the strain isn’t as short as the typical Indica crop.
One of the easy things about the strain is that it’s resistant to most common diseases. This significantly decreases the maintenance requirements, but it doesn’t mean that the plant doesn’t need a bit of attention.
The plant of the Romulan marijuana strain can grow indoors and outdoors as long as you meet the climate conditions. That being said, the Romulan prefers dry and warm climates. It has a flowering time of around 8 and 9 weeks with October being the ideal harvest period.
If successfully grown, an indoor harvest can yield around 9 ounces of bud per meter squared. Outdoors harvests rank at around 9 ounces per plant.