A combination of White Rino and an indica North American, Romulan was named after the fictional Star Trek humanoid race. The creatures have telepathic abilities that are deemed similar to the Romulan strain effects. Producing huge, dark green leaves with purple hues showered with frosty trichomes, it smells of pine and pepper. It is known for its therapeutic and recreational values. Some variants possess 100% pure indica qualities but most have sativa components pack therein.
Flavor and Effects of Romulan
Romulan’s THC is fairly high. It tastes spicy with a competing sweetness of citrus in every breath and exhalation made. The high hits your head right away like telepathy of Romulan creatures. It feels a bit heavy but satisfying. After the initial happy high, it goes down your body in a rush like a gravitational pull. You will not be able to help but to just let gravity do its job. The euphoric high sets you free from negative and racing thoughts while also untying your body from tension and pain. It is an out of this world experience that will give you a taste of being launched to space and being one with the heavenly bodies.
Medical Benefits of Romulan
Romulan’s therapeutic qualities are recommended for mood swings and managing stress. This makes it a perfect strain for relieving the discomforts of anxiety, depression, bipolar disorders, and PTSD. It can also calm the ADD and ADHD of patients by increasing their focus and concentration. It is also great for people finding it hard to hit the sack every night. With its soothing abilities, Romulan can knock you out in such a short time.
Negative Effects of Romulan
You can expect the usual downsides of having reddish, dry eyes and dry mouth. If smoked much longer and in heavier dosages, the user will feel increased feelings of nervousness, headache, and dizziness. Though it is recommended for people with anxiety and depression, excessive dosages can stress them out. If you are a novice user, make sure you will be smoking under the guidance of an experienced user.
Growing Romulan Some information and Tips
To grow Romulan, organic soil is the best choice to ensure the delectable smell. An adequate diet of phosphorus, magnesium, calcium, and nitrogen will definitely contribute to its abundant growth and potent smell. If you are trying to be secretive in growing it, then prepare your anti-odor carbon filters to hide your precious plants.
For other strains, overfeeding is definitely a no-no, but Romulan begs to differ. It loves overfeeding as much as it loves its nutrients being diversified from time to time. Compost tea is a great choice. This will strengthen its immunity.
It responds well to training. With its tendency to be bushy, either Sea of Green (SOG) or Screen of Green (SCROG) setup can increase your yields. Keep the temperature between 68 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit.
If you will be growing in a limited space, it won’t be a problem as long as you plan the plant placement properly. The space between your plants should be enough to encourage proper air circulation. This can also help in preventing molds and ensuring pests will never see your babies as a target.