Romulan Haze Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
Average, 10% to 20%
Yield
Warm and temperate outdoor climate
Type
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
Up to 10 weeks
Climate
Warm and Temperate Outdoor Climate
Growing Difficulty
Easy
Height
Moderate
Flavors
Moderate to High

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Romulan Haze Marijuana Seeds Information

The Romulan Haze is a sativa dominant hybrid that was created by combining the Romulan strain with the Super Silver Haze strain. Its nugs are fluffy and dense. The leaves are green and brown in color and adhere to each other in a popcorn formation. They are covered in rich amber pistils and chunky crystalline trichomes.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Romulan Haze?

The Romulan Haze marijuana strain offers a flavor that is very skunky and pungent. An herbal and citrusy undertone balances the pungency. Its aroma is very similar to a pungent fragrance dominating over hints of herbs and sour citrus.

On the first exhale, you will immediately feel the onset of the Romulan Haze. You will feel a tingling sensation around your forehead and eyes that launches you into a state of euphoric bliss. A clear focus of the things around you will fill you, and you will feel motivated to accomplish tasks for the day. The effects will also leave you giggling and laughing at anyone and anything, including the corniest jokes you’ll ever hear.

What are the Medicinal Benefits of Romulan Haze?

The Romulan Haze strain is often chosen to treat mental ailments including chronic stress, ADD, ADHD, depression and chronic fatigue.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Romulan Haze?

Its potent effects can cause slight dizziness and nausea when smoking this bud in high doses.

How to Grow Romulan Haze?

The Romulan Haze can thrive in any kind of environment, be it indoors, outdoors or in greenhouse settings. However, you may need to exercise a bit of patience as it will take up to 10 weeks before you can enjoy its relatively moderate to high yield. For successful outdoor cultivation, it requires a warm and temperate climate.

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