About Romulan Haze
Taking a lengthy leave of absence before making her return to the cannabis scene, Romulan Haze is a sativa-dominant strain that nearly guarantees users a great day. A cross between Romulan and Super Silver Haze, this bud gives you all of the uplifting effects you’re after, assuming you can keep your dosage in check.
Depending on your tolerance, Romulan Haze might be a bit too much for you or could be just right with an average of 17% THC. Fluffy nugs take on a very brown appearance with amber undertones and pistils along with chunky crystals of the same color. Those who are sensitive to strong odors and flavors may want to take a step back, as Romulan Haze isn’t shy about those attributes. Blending skunk, herbs, citrus, and wood into one note, you’ll likely either love her or hate her.
However, the effects this strain brings to the table might make the unappealing flavor worth it. Romulan Haze slams into users with a rush of cerebral action that will make you want to smoke her every morning before work. Focus, creativity, and the intention of complete productivity will take over your mind, allowing you to become your best intellectual self. Alongside this incredible work ethic, you’ll find that euphoria comes on in waves, however you won’t feel jittery in the slightest. As long as you don’t overindulge, this strain will keep you even throughout much of the day.
It can be hard to get the motivation to kick butt when it comes to your to-do list, as medical issues have a way of simply sapping the life out of us. Romulan Haze, however, is here like a knight in shining armor, ready to melt away your woes. Physical concerns including migraines and arthritic symptoms free you from feeling bogged down, and mental challenges like depression, anxiety, or even ADD/ADHD will fade into the background.
Next Generation Seed Company, the ones we have to thank for this awesome bud, are pretty excited about bringing her back into rotation, so they made seeds available for purchase right on their website. Home growers have the option of cultivating her inside or outdoors, but should expect to exercise a bit of patience. Indoor cultivation takes about 10 weeks and if you’re opting for a more natural environment, expect your harvest to be ready toward the end of October.
Romulan Haze is certainly a strain to first experiment with when you don’t have much on your plate, as her indica effects could be stronger than you’d expect. Most users find that she’s a welcome companion to a healthy breakfast and can sometimes even replace the usual morning cup of coffee that we all rely on so heavily. If a huge weekend project is looming over your head, take a few tokes and get to work!