King Tut strain

King Tut

Strains

King Tut, also known as Tutankhamon, is a Sativa-leaning hybrid from Barcelona-based breeder, Pyramid Seeds. The strain was named after the infamous Egyptian ruler, Pharaoh. It comprises 80% Sativa and only 20% Indica and is a highly potent marijuana strain. Its average THC is about 25-30%, while CBD is about 2%. This descendant of AK-47 is a very rare strain in the cannabis community.

King Tut grows to a heavily branched plant. However, it produces typical football-or cone-shaped buds with a bright wintergreen appearance. The buds are coated with a small layer of trichomes and peach colored pistils. Some phenotypes have purple patches.

King Tut marijuana strain grows to a maximum height of 5 feet indoors and slightly above 6 feet outdoors. If you are new to cannabis cultivation, this is the perfect strain to start with. It is easy to grow and gives high yields in a short time. It takes about 8-9 weeks to flower indoors, producing about 500 grams per square meter. If you are an outdoor grower, your plant will be ready in late September or early October, yielding up to 1,500 grams per plant.

King Tut is pungent and skunky and produces some dank and earthy smell. You will also sense some floral scents that enhance the overall aroma. This strain treats its lovers with sweet and fruity flavors with some notes of citrus and lemon.

King Tut cannabis strain is not for faint-hearted individuals. If you have low tolerance to high stimulations, this Sativa-dominant hybrid is not for you. King Tut is as powerful as the Pharaoh of Egypt. It has very strong, uplifting, and energizing effects, making it a good pick for daytime use. King Tut also produces a potent euphoric bliss that makes you more creative than ever. Some users have also reported a happy and cerebral-focused buzz.

Medical cannabis users choose King Tut for treating chronic pain, depression, stress, anxiety, etc.

Positive effects

  • Uplifting
  • Euphoric
  • Creative
  • Energizing
  • Sedating

Adverse effects

  • Dry mouth
  • Dry eyes

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One Reply to “King Tut”

  1. Grows extremely well in Zone 7B. Resilient hardy plant. Planted in the spring, vegetative growth through 105° Fahrenheit summer heat, begins flower August first and thrives while smelling like a skunk squeezing fresh oranges while chewing juicy fruit/double mint gum. Topped and agressively pruned “lolly popped” grows huge beautiful kolas. Had no problems with mold or mildew in days of rain all natural only protected from wind. Grasshoppers / leaf miners/ aphids may eat some leaves up but this strain has many leaves that need to be removed.. NEEM OIL was used in veg. Inspect kolas for a brown “dead looking” bud and remove it. Disect the bud . There may be a small red orange “evil bud worm” eating and pooping inside of your delicious kolas! Rare strain I’ve grown two years in a row. If you get a chance get these seeds. I found a bunch in a cheap dispensary ounce . My outdoor grow was much better than the cannabis that the seed came from. CHEERS!

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