Indica

THC: 20%, CBD: 1%, CBN: 1%

Romulan, naturally, gets its name from the hostile alien race in Star Trek. It's a fitting history, as outer space is the perfect backdrop for this indica strain out of British Columbia. Topping out at 20% THC, Romulan is quite potent. It's almost pure indica with a small amount of the sativa-dominant White Rhino hybrid, but its full origins are a mystery. Romulan has a sweet earthy smell and taste, with hints of pine and citrus. It produces a deeply relaxed body high with a dreamy, floating sensation. Like all indicas, Romulan can be effective at treating anxiety, though it's best for pain. It's also used to treat depression and lack of appetite. Couch-lock is common when smoking Romulan, so it's best saved for late nights or rainy days at home. This strain is popular in legal markets in the American West, less so in other regions. Though not exactly a top-shelf strain, Romulan rates well among users, and it's a favorite of many medical marijuana patients. It can be overpowering if used in high concentrations, with possible dizziness, paranoia, and headaches.
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Toronto stores selling this as an Indica, hence the reason why we all need some sort of regualtons. I've been robbed! This is a heavy Indica!


Great high. Excellent for anxiety. Potent.


Excellent strain...real kick.


Romulan is a hardhitting indica. Highly recommended for people that have pain and insomnia. A few mmj patients i know claim that nothing else helps them sleep..This strain that has densely packed buds covered with trichomes with purple or blue hues. This strain definitely wont make you go light speed but you might wake up a few hours later with the feeling that you have time traveled

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