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About this Indica Strain

The cannabis strain Romulan is an indica that smells of pine and bares an earthy, woody taste. When harvest-ready, its buds are quite frosty with trichomes and

The origins of Romulan currently remain unknown. It was purchased by a company named Federation Seeds who wanted to rescue the strain from dying out in 1996. Because of this, Romulan was female-only and had to be crossed with another strain: White Rhino. Eventually, Federation Seeds back-bred the strain enough so that only 3% of White Rhino’s genetics now exist within it.

Average THC levels for this strain are around 16% with some crops reaching up to 20%. It’s been described as having the ability to “dent your head”, creating ridges similar to the Romulan race in Star Trek. This is said because the high is powerful and strikes the consumer first with a head rush that releases itself throughout the body and sedates you into a couch-lock. It will cause sleepiness and is best used at night time, with many reviewers claiming it helps relieve muscle spasms and pain from nerve damage. Expect to have the munchies after consuming this strain.

Romulan is known to have ill side-effects such as bouts of paranoia, dizziness, and headaches when high doses are consumed.

Lab Data

Cannabinoid Lab Data
Cannabinoid Amount
THC: 16%

Genetic Lineage

Romulan - Indica Cannabis Strain
Indica Romulan

Frequently Asked Questions About Romulan

What is Romulan?

Romulan is a cannabis strain known for its potent and sedative effects.

Where does Romulan come from?

Romulan has a lineage stored in secrecy but it speculated to have a touch of White Rhino in it.

What does Romulan smell like?

Romulan typically has a pungent and earthy aroma, with hints of pine and skunk.

What does Romulan taste like?

The flavor of Romulan is often described as a combination of earthiness and pine, with some herbal and spicy notes.

What color does Romulan have?

Romulan buds commonly display various shades of light green, sometimes with hints of purple or blue hues. The buds are usually dense and covered in a layer of amber trichomes.

What effects does Romulan have?

Romulan is known for its sedative and calming effects. Users often experience a full-body relaxation and a sense of tranquility. It is often used for pain relief and promoting sleep.

Is Romulan an Indica, Sativa, or Hybrid?

Romulan is a pure indica strain.