King Tut Strain
- Dry Eyes
- Dry Mouth
Tutankhamen marijuana strain is a Sativa-dominant cross of the famed AK-47 with another strain that produces an uplifting experience. With flavors that are sour, skunky, and fruity, it originated in Northern California in the 1970s and is known for its ability to be a social strain. The name King Tut refers to the fact that ancient Egyptians believed that Tutankhamen was an incarnation of Osiris, god of light.
King Tut is enjoyed by medical marijuana patients to help relieve pain. The effects of this strain are much more uplifting than the typical Sativa. It leaves feelings of euphoria and energy and also helps users with a strong sense of focus to do daily tasks.
The known side effects of King Tut include headaches, dizziness, and dry mouth or eyes. The THC levels of this strain can vary significantly, with an average range of 18-20%. The aroma of King Tut is fruity, skunky, and sour.
The flowering time for this strain is between nine and eleven weeks. Most King Tut plants have a light green color, but they may sometimes be purple. It is effortless to grow, yielding a heavy harvest of buds with long, large leaves. Its structure is typical of Sativa-dominant strains and grows tall with long branches with medium to large internodes.
King Tut can be grown indoors or outdoors as in an enclosed greenhouse. The most important considerations when growing this strain are the plants’ growth structure and its resistance to fungus.