More About Romulan Feminized Strain
Type: Indica (75%), Sativa (25%)
Genetics Parents: Unknown
Flowering Period: 7 to 9 Weeks
Climate: Warm and Sunny
Yield: 250-300 g/m2 (indoors) ; 450-500 g/plant (outdoors)
Flavors: Earthy, Pine, Sweet
THC Level: up to 24%
CBD Level: up to 1%
Harvest Period: September
Growing Difficulty: Easy
What are the Flavor and Effects of Romulan Feminized?
Once inhaled, the Romulan introduces itself with a flavor profile consisting of earthy, pine, and sweet flavors mixed with a hint of spice that will entice you to consume more.
While the mouth is delighted with the combination of flavors, the cerebral effects start kicking in after a few minutes. A rush of euphoric waves flows throughout the body resulting in a blissful and brighter mood. Soon after, the soothing effect of the Indica is released, and a physical buzz begins from the back to the head that slowly goes down to the rest of the body. It is a long-lasting strain that will lead smokers into sleeping like a baby. The Romulan is recommended to be used at night as the only thing your body can do while being high with this strain is lying on the couch and watching some movies on Netflix.
What are the Medical Benefits of Romulan Feminized?
The Romulan is not only used as a means for pleasure, but it also has medicinal properties that can be beneficial to patients who have psychological or physical ailments.
First, this strain can trigger the munchies effect, which is beneficial for individuals who have been losing a drastic amount of weight caused by eating disorders such as anorexia. Increasing the appetite is one way for them to intake more food with ease. Additionally, the pain-killing properties alleviate those suffering from chronic pains and aches.
The Romulan strain also alleviates stress, depression, and anxiety through the mood-enhancing properties that are present. This clears the constant negative thoughts and worries that may often be overwhelming.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Romulan Feminized
Dry eyes and cottonmouth are the two most common cannabis side effects even when taking in moderate amounts. These conditions happen when the body is not hydrated enough before and after smoking. Additionally, it is always better to be safe than sorry when consuming the Romulan, as high doses may lead to dizziness, paranoia, and headaches.
How to Grow Romulan Feminized?
The Romulan does not need excellent skills to cultivate. Indoors, this plant produces up to 10 ounces per square meter and can be harvested after 55 to 60 days. On the other hand, if growers prefer cultivating it outdoors, about 14 ounces per plant can be reaped. For better results, the Romulan should be exposed to a warm and sunny environment and harvested during September.