Romulan’s specific origins and lineage are not known. It was brought in 1996 by Federation Seeds as a complete strain. Federation Seeds was trying to rescue the Indica from fading out and received Romulan as clones. Which made her entirely female, and Federation crossed the clones with the award-winning White Rhino. Following this, the breeders then back-crossed the strain several times until only three percent of the White Rhino endured in the strain’s genetics. Romulan flowers for approximately 55 to 60 days and branches various times with many budding sites.
Appearance & Aroma
The instant impression your senses get after combusting this bud is pure pungence. Flooding the space it is located in with the smell of earth and pine, this cannabis knows how to leave an enduring impact, yet its aromatic profile is not all that different or unique. This flower smells delightful and appealing, becoming remarkable for its simplicity- less is more after all.
Romulan is indeed a bit more complex and diverse than your ‘average’ Indica phenotype, with lively pistils within sage green sugar leaves.
Effects & Benefits
The Romulan strain wraps the user in a euphoric blanket of bliss while also stimulating the appetite. We recommend that snacks are kept close as the “munchies effect” of Romulan is quite strong, even for seasoned users. Everyone expects cottonmouth and dry eyes; however, users may get caught off guard by the possible dizziness, headaches and paranoia when consuming Romulan in high doses or baking it into edibles.
This Indica bud is most often chosen by those with insomnia and should not be utilized during the day. Users searching for pain relief often find that Romulan may relieve even some of the worst chronic pains and aches. Others choose it to ease the effects of anxiety and stress disorders, depression and different stomach issues.