Romulan is a legendary strain in BC and the Pacific North-West. It was originally bred and grown in the BC area. Now it is a favorite for medical dispensaries and patients all over the USA. Romulan delivers a powerful stone and has a pine smell with earthy undertones. Like many of the historic strains, the exact genetics of Romulan is unknown. Some claim that Romulan is a 100% Indica strain but this is false, as anyone who tries it can attest that it is more likely around 80% or 90 % Indica dominant. It could simply be that there are a number of different variants of Romulan, as it often the case with popular strains of marijuana. Having been featured in Skunk, High Times, and Cannabis Culture, Romulan is well known for its potent narcotic-like stone. Users often find themselves glued to the couch and may be overcome by a sleepy-laziness. The THC content of Romulan is quite high, in the range of 18-22%, so it is not a strain for first-time users. Romulan is rumored to have acquired its name from an Alien race in Star Track.
Why do Patients Use Romulan?
There are qualities of this strain that are sedative and very helpful with patients that have pain from nerve and muscle damage, and it is also effective for the treatment of conditions involving seizures. The quality of the buds are second to none and it is the number 1 recommended strain for medicinal users. Users can expect to have a severe does of the munchies from this strain as well as couch lock. This strain is most often prescribed for insomnia and is widely available in most medical dispensaries, particularly in California. It is a powerful and popular strain of medical marijuana.
Medical Uses of Romulan
Side-Effects of Romulan
Information about Romulan
Unknown, possibly 80% Indica 20% Sativa.
Unknown, but with definite Afghani parentage.
Romulan has a rating of 8.8 on the stoned meter.
Romulan has a THC range between 18-22%.
Bought by Federation Seeds in 1996 who crossed it with White Rhino.
Approximately 56-64 days.
Ideal Growing Method
Romulan does better outdoors than indoors.
Romulan has a moderate yield.
Romulan is an easy strain to grow suitable for novice growers.
Do not overwater the Romulan seedlings.