Romulan, named after the alien Star Trek race, is a powerful indica revered for its potent therapeutic qualities. Though mostly indica, Romulan growers insist sativa genetics have crept in over time, lending it intense cerebral effects. These squat, pine-scented plants produce dense frosty buds that have found their following among connoisseurs in B.C. and the Pacific Northwest. A deep, sedating relaxation makes Romulan a favorite strain for patients treating muscle spasms and nerve damage. Many hybridized variations of Romulan exist, but nearly all can promise a full body calm with heavily intoxicating properties.
This head-warping strain produces narcotic-like effects. An indica-dominant cross between White Rhino and an unknown indica, Romulan is a potent strain with serious medical potential.
The joke is that this strain warps your head much like the Star Trek’s humanoid race of Romulans. An apt observation. This heavy indica produces almost narcotic-like effects. Fans of this strain often find themselves heavily sedated with plenty of mental fog and drowsiness.Romulan’s powerful pain-fighting and appetite-stimulating qualities make it a popular choice among those with serious medical ailments like cancer, HIV/AIDS, cachexia, and muscle spasms. While this strain produces very heavy physical sensations, it also lifts mood and promotes relaxation.Best for nighttime, anyone who has trouble sleeping may find a friend in Romulan. A potent cross between White Rhino and an unknown indica, this strain provides a deep and long-lasting high. Once you fall asleep, expect to be out for quite a while. This strain typically features a THC content between 18 and 22%, making it one of the stronger strains out there.
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