July 6, 2012 02:02
Prepare for a close encounter. Berkeley Patients Group is home-delivering its finest cut of the popular indica Romulan, renowned for its ability to zap body pain and insomnia. BPG lists it as a hybrid of a “California indica and White Widow,” the huge strain from the ’90s. Others claim it came from Canadian breeders selecting Colombian and Mexican sativas for indica-like traits. Our nugs thinly smelled of fresh cut grass with a funky undernote. Dense like some indicas, this alien specimen branched like Lamb’s Bread. Grinding revealed big fruit notes, and this Romulan’s smoke was light, thin and sedating. Patients with back and neck pain, as well as patients who find sativas overwhelming are over the moon for this special visitor. Beam us up.