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Romulan

Legendary strain that delights cannabis veterans and newcomers alike

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Description for Romulan

Experiencing the Romulan’s legendary taste and power should be on any serious cannabis connoisseur’s bucket list. Romulan was created decades ago by combining all-but extinct heirloom varieties from Thailand, Colombia, Mexico and Afghanistan. The result is a vigorous hybrid with a heavy, raw terpene profile. Romulan makes extremely strong extracts with a very high amount of noticeable terpenes. Users who have made rosins, or wax, from this plant report it as being the strongest extract that they have ever had.

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Premium Clones: Grape Ape, Tropicana Cookies, Romulan, Magic Melon, GG4, Fire OG Notes: Teens: Blue Dream, Strawberry Cheesecake

General Information

  • Breeder: Romulan Genetics
  • Type: 50/50 Hybrid
  • Genetics: (Korean Thai x Mexican x Colombian x Afghani) x Colombian
  • THC %: 20% – 24.99%

History

Geographic Origin: Pacific Northwest

Story: This strain started out in the PNW as a Korean sourced Thai, grown by Veterans of the Korean War in the 1950’s. Over time, they developed a loose growers collective made up of close friends, who were also veterans and motorcycle club members. These growers stretched in location from Canada to Southern California. During a 30 year time span, they slowly introduced several strains in their attempts to make the plant easier to grow. Each time they bred their worked Thai line with a new strain, they worked those resulting plants for many years before introducing/breeding in a new strain. The first was Mexican sativa, and that result was eventually bred with a Colombian sometime in the late 1970’s. They eventually crossed it with an Afghani indica, but did not like the results so they back-crossed those results with the Colombian strain. The final result, they deemed complete, and over the years it became known as Romulan.

Growing Information

Flowering Time: 8-9 weeks

Yield: Heavy, Moderate

Growing Tips: This slightly sativa dominant polyhybrid grows like an indica. May require support due to branching and not the most suitable for SOG (does very well in SCROG grows, outdoor, and indoor)

Patient Expectations

Scent: Smells like an odd mixture of rotting old laundry crossed with a dead skunk and pine trees

Flavor: Complex layers of Skunk, Pine, Spicy, Pepper, Earthy, Hash and a slight Citrus Funk

Effects: A near perfect hybrid high, with an equal head and body buzz that comes with zero anxiety. More suitable for heavy smokers, or those looking for highly potent Cannabis. Can make you giggly, and send you into talkative introspective conversations. Typically does not make you sleepy, or induce couch lock unless taken in larger doses.

Suggested Medical use: Excellent for pain, especially nerve-based pain. Users report that it helps with anxiety, depression, insomnia, and fibromyalgia with exceptional results.

Romulan Legendary strain that delights cannabis veterans and newcomers alike Like this Strain? Share this page! Description Reviews Description for Romulan Experiencing

Romulan

Taste & Smell

  • Spicy
  • Sweet

Effects

  • Calm
  • Happy
  • Hungry
  • Sleepy
  • Dizzy
  • Headache

Pairs Well With

  • Doing Nothing
  • Sleeping

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%

Lineage

Comments

Hytiva is providing real-time dispensary menus and facilitating online ordering of medical & recreational cannabis through partnerships with local dispensaries everywhere.

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…

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romulan strain review

Romulan

Legendary strain that delights cannabis veterans and newcomers alike

Like this Strain? Share this page!

  • Description
  • Reviews
Description for Romulan

Experiencing the Romulan’s legendary taste and power should be on any serious cannabis connoisseur’s bucket list. Romulan was created decades ago by combining all-but extinct heirloom varieties from Thailand, Colombia, Mexico and Afghanistan. The result is a vigorous hybrid with a heavy, raw terpene profile. Romulan makes extremely strong extracts with a very high amount of noticeable terpenes. Users who have made rosins, or wax, from this plant report it as being the strongest extract that they have ever had.

There are currently no reviews at this time. Would you like to leave one?

KindPeoples

Premium Clones: Grape Ape, Tropicana Cookies, Romulan, Magic Melon, GG4, Fire OG Notes: Teens: Blue Dream, Strawberry Cheesecake

General Information

  • Breeder: Romulan Genetics
  • Type: 50/50 Hybrid
  • Genetics: (Korean Thai x Mexican x Colombian x Afghani) x Colombian
  • THC %: 20% – 24.99%

History

Geographic Origin: Pacific Northwest

Story: This strain started out in the PNW as a Korean sourced Thai, grown by Veterans of the Korean War in the 1950’s. Over time, they developed a loose growers collective made up of close friends, who were also veterans and motorcycle club members. These growers stretched in location from Canada to Southern California. During a 30 year time span, they slowly introduced several strains in their attempts to make the plant easier to grow. Each time they bred their worked Thai line with a new strain, they worked those resulting plants for many years before introducing/breeding in a new strain. The first was Mexican sativa, and that result was eventually bred with a Colombian sometime in the late 1970’s. They eventually crossed it with an Afghani indica, but did not like the results so they back-crossed those results with the Colombian strain. The final result, they deemed complete, and over the years it became known as Romulan.

Growing Information

Flowering Time: 8-9 weeks

Yield: Heavy, Moderate

Growing Tips: This slightly sativa dominant polyhybrid grows like an indica. May require support due to branching and not the most suitable for SOG (does very well in SCROG grows, outdoor, and indoor)

Patient Expectations

Scent: Smells like an odd mixture of rotting old laundry crossed with a dead skunk and pine trees

Flavor: Complex layers of Skunk, Pine, Spicy, Pepper, Earthy, Hash and a slight Citrus Funk

Effects: A near perfect hybrid high, with an equal head and body buzz that comes with zero anxiety. More suitable for heavy smokers, or those looking for highly potent Cannabis. Can make you giggly, and send you into talkative introspective conversations. Typically does not make you sleepy, or induce couch lock unless taken in larger doses.

Suggested Medical use: Excellent for pain, especially nerve-based pain. Users report that it helps with anxiety, depression, insomnia, and fibromyalgia with exceptional results.

Romulan Legendary strain that delights cannabis veterans and newcomers alike Like this Strain? Share this page! Description Reviews Description for Romulan Experiencing

Romulan

Taste & Smell

  • Spicy
  • Sweet

Effects

  • Calm
  • Happy
  • Hungry
  • Sleepy
  • Dizzy
  • Headache

Pairs Well With

  • Doing Nothing
  • Sleeping

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%

Lineage

Comments

Hytiva is providing real-time dispensary menus and facilitating online ordering of medical & recreational cannabis through partnerships with local dispensaries everywhere.

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…