This is a hybrid descendant of the popular strains Romulan and Grapefruit. They combine to create a strong indica (sativa/indica ratio unknown) with both mental and physical effects. CBD contents in Romulan Grapefruit are relatively small, probably less than 2%. That means this strain shouldn’t be used alone to relieve seizure disorders or other conditions that require CBD treatment. But it can be used effectively as medicine for a wide range of other health problems, such as anxiety, depression, high blood pressure, lack of appetite, nausea, chronic pain, insomnia, and everyday stress. The high is calming and focused, with a mood boost, increased sociability, and physical relaxation, as well as a strong case of the munchies. THC levels are above average, measuring at least 16% in available tests. In other words, this is a good choice for patients looking to cross over from the weaker beginner strains into more potent territory. Dry mouth and paranoia are the most common side effects, though dizziness, red eyes, and headaches are also reported. Romulan Grapefruit, not surprisingly, has a strong aroma and flavour of grapefruit, together with cheese and apples. This strain sells well in California and Oregon but is more scarce elsewhere.