Grape Romulan Strain Review

Grape Romulan is an Indica-based strain of marijuana that is distinguished by its unique appearance and strong earthy notes of grape and sugar.

Considered a popular strain among Star Trek fans, the branch takes its name from the classic science fiction show and is known for its ability to create psychedelic visions and effects.

Grape Romulan Strain Review

Because of its uplifting qualities, the strain is primarily used to combat depression and chronic pain. Here’s everything you need to know about Grape Romulan! 


Studies have shown that the average marijuana strain contains a THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) range of 12%. However, Grape Romulan has been known to contain stronger levels of THC, with the psychedelic strain featuring a THC content of around 16-18%.

Unlike other popular strains, Grape Romulan is considered to contain a lower percentage of CBD (cannabidiol), with the strain usually featuring a CBD concentration of around 1%.

The result is a moderate strain that can be enjoyed by new smokers and seasoned enthusiasts alike. 

What Is Grape Romulan?

The origin of this particular strain’s name comes from a joke, which stated that the popular substance would leave you with large dents on your head.

Because of the similarities between this description and the alien species of the Romulan from Star Trek, the name was given to the original strain and all subsequent variants.

Grape Romulan is often recognised for its dominant Indica genetics, with the strain being known for containing Indica levels of 80%. This is embodied in the strain’s uplifting and relaxing properties, as well as its ability to create psychedelic experiences. 

How Was Grape Romulan Developed? 

Grape Romulan is an Indica dominant hybrid strain, who’s genetic lineage is considered something of a mystery.

All that we know is that the original Romulan strain was manufactured using a potent combination of the White Rhino strain and an unnamed North American Indica strain that has yet to be fully identified or understood.

The Grape Romulan strain is a variation of the original cannabis branch and has been born from a combination of the Romulan strain and the Grapefruit strain. 

As the strain’s manufacturers are currently unknown, there is very little information to be found regarding this strain and its origins. Although we understand its basic genetic components, even those have only been vaguely recorded.

However, we do know that the strain is very powerful and that it contains high levels of THC. The potential effects caused by this strain can last for around 2-3 hours after it has been consumed. 


Grape Romulan is a marijuana strain that is known for its relaxing and artistic properties. However, the strain is also distinguished by its rich and earthy taste, which is said to contain sweet undertones of grape and candy.

Some cannabis enthusiasts have also commented on the strain’s bubblegum like flavor, which is known to be subtle and delicious.

Because of its sweet and candied taste, Grape Romulan can be enjoyed by all kinds of people, whether it is being used for recreational or medicinal purposes. 

Odor and Flavor

As we have previously discussed, the Grape Romulan strain has been created using the Romulan strain and the Grapefruit strain, which has helped to give it a sweet and fruity flavor.

Although the taste of the strain is very similar to candy, the odor is considered more musky and earthy in smell. The overall aroma of the strain is also said to contain sour undertones of fruit and grape. 

Physical Appearance

The Grape Romulan strain is considered to have a vibrant and unique appearance, with the marijuana plant taking on a vivid neon-green hue that is often detailed with splashes of deep purple, fiery red and delicate violet.

The plant is also distinguishable by the dynamic feature of bright orange hairs, which are known to grow all over its body. While the nug of the plant is said to be caked in a thin layer of pearly white sugar crystals. 

Grow Info

Grape Romulan is an Indica dominant hybrid strain that can be cultivated using a variety of ROC seeds. Because the strain is known to contain high levels of THC, it is impossible to grow the plant using feminized seeds, as they are not easily obtainable and may not even exist, to begin with.

The strain can be grown and cultivated in both internal and external environments, although it is considered that the best results often yield from plants that have been grown in outside conditions. 

The Grape Romulan strain is known to be a very difficult strain to cultivate, and so its growth should only be handled by experienced marijuana harvesters.

When fully grown the plant is said to take on a short height and will usually begin to flower within 55-60 days of being planted. The strain is considered a fast flowering plant and is known to yield a high number of suitable nugs for consumption. 


The most common effect of this particular strain is its soothing high, which is said to leave the consumer feeling alert and active. Although this strain is capable of keeping you focused, your body will take on an overall relaxed and numb quality.

The effects of this particular strain are known to be very potent and are capable of lasting for up to 3 hours after consumption. 

Side Effects

Unfortunately, the Grape Romulan strain also comes with a variety of side effects that can ruin the overall experience.

If consumed in large quantities, Grape Romulan is capable of making the consumer feel dizzy, and can even create vivid psychedelic effects if not carefully maintained. 

Medical Appointments

When it comes to medicinal benefits, Grape Romulan can be used to combat an array of different ailments, both physical and mental.

Because the strain is known to produce uplifting emotions and full-body relaxation, it is particularly beneficial when used to treat conditions such as chronic pain, anxiety, depression and PTSD. 

Similar Strains

  • Romulan 
  • Grapefruit
  • Dark Grape Romulan
  • Grape Bubba
  • Purple Punch
  • Grandaddy Purple
  • Grape Ape

Strain Cannabinoids

  • CBD: 1%
  • THC: 16-18%
  • Sativa: 20%
  • Indica: 80%
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