About King Tut
Pyramid Seeds in Barcelona couldn’t resist naming one of their plants after this famed ruler and it’s not hard to see why. King Tut, better known as Tutankhamon, is practically royalty with AK-47 genetics running through her veins. Not much else is known about this strain’s lineage, but it’s safe to say that she’s created a fan base that spreads far and wide.
King Tut makes its way onto dispensary shelves with a fairly wide potency range, as users note finding her anywhere from 16% to 30% THC. Light green nugs almost look alien with a rich coating of very wiry orange pistils and a light smattering of white trichomes, but her flavors are anything but odd. A blend of fresh fruit and flowers will permeate all of your senses, and a kick of skunk punches through at the very end, you’ll likely feel far more awake than you did before toking.
Akin to a cup of coffee to start your day, many enjoy King Tut first thing in the morning to lift their spirits and put an extra pep in their step. Mostly sativa by nature, this strain has been reported to infuse smokers with a sense of energy and joy that lasts for hours on end. Focus might also be enhanced after a few tokes, letting you tackle your to-do list with ease. Social and creative inclinations are also common with this bud, so if it’s time for a party or you need to finish an art project, this gal might not be a bad sidekick.
There’s nothing better than being able to go through an entire day without medical issues, making King Tut an ideal strain for those who need a little extra help. It’s said that this bud makes you so happy that there will be no room in your mind for anxiety or depression, and when coupled with her reported power against pain, arthritis, and nausea, there’s a good chance that you’ll become unstoppable. Keep in mind that this strain can be rather potent depending on what you purchase, so you’ll want to assess your tolerance before you go to town.
Home growers often find Pyramid Seeds to be an incredible breeder because, unlike so many of their counterparts, they actually make seeds available for purchase. King Tut can be grown fairly easily indoors or outside, however, plants are susceptible to mold and should be kept out of very wet environments. Depending on where you live, you could reap a very large harvest in September with outdoor cultivation. Indoor plants take roughly 8-9 weeks to flower.
If you’ve been longing to experiment with daytime strains and aren’t quite sure what to choose, King Tut makes for a worthy option. Her flavors are well-rounded and appeal to just about everyone yet it’s her effects that really make this strain something to write home about. Pace yourself and see how your day goes after you indulge — King Tut might become your new go-to bud when you need to accomplish some serious work.