Romulan isn’t only named after an alien, she may very well be from outer space. Her unique colors and massive THC content set her apart from other strains.
Pyramid Seeds named Romulan after an extraterrestrial species from the Star Trek universe. The name is quite fitting, considering how alien the flowers of this strain look. They taper almost perfectly, featuring a broad base and eventually forming a sharp point at the top. The green core of the flowers is nothing unusual, but the reddish-purple sugar leaves that jut out of the side look very alien indeed!
Romulan produces a moderate yield indoors. Expect a return of roughly 300g/m² after a flowering time of 50–60 days. Outdoor plants are much more fruitful and produce a yield of approximately 500g/plant. They’ll be ready to harvest during September.
She looks like she’s from space, and she can also send the mind there. The Indica-dominant powerhouse features 75% Indica genetics and an impressive THC level of 24%. Prepare for lift-off as you roll these flowers into joints and pack them into bong bowls. A few tokes provide enough fuel to propel the brain into celestial orbit. Her effects hit hard and fast, and you’ll find yourself in deep, philosophical conversations with friends before you know it. If you’re smoking alone, you’ll be whisked away on an introverted journey of deep thought and contemplation.
The pleasant and reflective high goes hand in hand with the strain’s delicious tastes and smells. Romulan produces terpenes that generate flavors and aromas of pine, sweetness, and spice. Infuse her essence into cannabutter and cook up a batch of space cakes for an authentic Amsterdam coffee shop experience.