In recent days, the term Romulan is becoming popular everywhere. Romulan is an indica strain which received its name after an alien warrior race in the Star Trek universe because it could “dent your head.” Romulan comes in the form of buds from stout plants, which are commonly seen in British Columbia and similar regions in the Pacific Northwest. Overtime growers have insisted that sativa genetics have crept in which explains the cerebral effects of smoking this strain.
Effects of Romulan Strain
Romulan is known to have a heavy sedating effect for its users. Many people who experience heavy stress and/or exhaustion find that smoking this strain is extremely relaxing and therapeutic. It also gives a euphoric state of mind to the person smoking this strain and a sense happiness. This is due to the sativa genetics creeping in over time according to growers. Users will appreciate that their body and mind will relax as a whole. This strain is definitely an evening smoke with its heavy sedating effects, so one should not expect to go anywhere after. This strain is recommended for just a night of relaxation.
Romulan is often used to treat conditions such as:
- Headaches and Migraines
The main side effect is dry mouth but also includes mild dry eyes.
Appearance, Aroma, and Taste
The appearance of this strain is densely packed-THC coated buds which are usually medium to large sized. There are different colours and varieties in Romulan but the usual shade will be bright green. This is the most common type found in various regions. Along with this, the buds contain copper-like hairs.
In addition to the happy feeling this strain gives, the aroma of the substance leaves you wanting for more. Romulan has a very smooth and pleasant smell. The aroma is often described as earthy, piney, and pungent. The smoke of romulan is quite smooth. With the first inhale, the user will taste the earthiness which is then followed by a pine-like spicy taste. It also produces a lasting effect on the senses.