Romulan Strain — Be Prepared to Get Beamed Up

Named after one of the most aggressive alien races from sci-fi classic Star Trek, Romulan is a powerful strain that might knock you out for a while the first time you sample it. With an average THC content as high as 24%, Romulan is popular among fans of strains like Venom OG.

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Romulan Strain
9.5Expert Score
Romulan Strain Flavor Scale

With a well-developed flavor profile that isn’t too sweet or fruity, Romulan tastes predominantly of:

Freshly cut pine
A hint of spice
Green herbs like thyme and sage

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      Romulan Strain Information

      Romulan is more spicy and herbal than strains like Sugar Pine, making it a good choice for anyone who doesn’t have a sweet tooth. It is primarily an indica-dominant strain, calming you down and making you feel ready for bed if you’re already tired. Romulan is a good choice for treating anxiety and depression, giving you a mood boost while keeping you relaxed.

      Romulan Strain Effects

      Hungry 84%
      Sleepy 81%
      Relaxing Body High
      Relaxing Body High 82%
      Helps With
      Cramps 82%
      Depression 79%
      Headaches 81%
      Chronic pain
      Chronic pain 78%
      Anxiety 83%
      Dizziness 46%
      Dry eyes
      Dry eyes 43%
      Dry mouth
      Dry mouth 42%

      Romulan Strain Pairings

      Pairs With Music
      Olivia Rodrigo — “good 4 u”
      Olivia Rodrigo — “good 4 u” 82%
      NIKI — “Oceans and Engines”
      NIKI — “Oceans and Engines” 83%
      Sia — “Cheap Thrills”
      Sia — “Cheap Thrills” 78%

      Olivia Rodrigo — “good 4 u”: An aggressive pop song might just be what you need to stay awake while enjoying this strain.

      NIKI — “Oceans and Engines”: Drift off in an ocean of softness with the combination of this slow song and a little Romulan.

      Sia — “Cheap Thrills”: Roll the clock back a few years for some nostalgic fun with Sia and this strain.

      Pairs With Food
      Eggplant Involtini
      Eggplant Involtini 78%
      Cajun-spiced popcorn
      Cajun-spiced popcorn 85%
      Anise Cookies
      Anise Cookies 79%

      Eggplant Involtini: Roll up eggplant and cook it with rich tomato sauce and tangy cheese for a dish you can’t beat.

      Cajun-spiced popcorn: Bring out the spicy side of this strain.

      Anise Cookies: Nibble on some not-so-sweet cookies to make the most of Romulan munchies.

      Pairs With Spirits
      Merlot wine
      Merlot wine 81%
      Braggot 79%
      Peachy Hanes
      Peachy Hanes 86%

      Merlot wine: Sweet berry flavors contrast against darker notes, keeping this wine well-balanced for pairing with this strain.

      Braggot: A combination of grain-based beer and honey-based mead, this drink is sweet, full of yeasty flavor, and perfect for pairing with Romulan.

      Peachy Hanes: Hard ginger beer and peach nectar blend into a warm cocktail that brings out the spice in this strain.

      Where The Romulan Strain Is Grown

      With a history shrouded in darkness, some claim this strain dates all the way back to the 1960s. It may be related in some way to the original Afghani strain.

      Romulan Strain Summary

      Make a date with the Romulan strain to blow yourself away. It’s a good choice for any afternoon you don’t mind spending on the couch.

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