With a mysterious breeder, Orange Romulan is a lineage of Orange OG and Romulan. The buds have small rounded dark olive green nugs with lots of bright tangerine hairs and a copious coating of amber crystal trichomes. It exudes a fragrance sour citrus and sweet earth when the nugs are broken apart.
Flavor and Effects of Orange Romulan
Orange Romulan is an enticing flavor of strong herbs and dank with a citrusy overtone that’s very sweet and sour. Its quick cerebral high strikes you with euphoria and an uplifted spirit. A creeping body high comes next, slowly taking hold of your physical form and leaving you completely relaxed through and through. It is best reserved for the evening for its tendency to make you sleepy when taken in high doses.
Medical Benefits of Orange Romulan
Orange Romulan possesses analgesic and relaxant properties. It is recommended for patients who experience chronic pain, cramps, headaches, inflammation, and muscle spasms.
Negative Effects of Orange Romulan.
Parched mouth and dry eyes are common to cannabis tokers. This is caused by slight dehydration. Moisture-inhibiting cannabinoids in marijuana affect the salivary glands and tear ducts leaving it dry. To mitigate the effects, drink lots of fluids especially water. Keep an artificial tear drop handy as well.
Greening out is also possible when using this strain. You may feel dizzy and anxious coupled with a sudden headache. This is due to overconsumption so go slow with the doses especially if you are new to cannabis.
Growing Orange Romulan
Growers can plant Orange Romulan both indoors and outdoors. It likes a cool climate. Indoors, you can use soil or water as a medium. Soil enhances the flavor of the strain while water shortens the flowering period and increases yields.