King Tut is a sativa-dominant cannabis strain sometimes better known as Tutankhamon. The name pays homage to the mighty Pharaoh who was one of Egypt’s most famous rulers. The King Tut strain is a descendant of AK-47 and is extremely rare. Users have noted experiencing an energizing, cerebral effect, which makes it an excellent choice for daily activities, exercise, or social events. The aroma and flavor are fruity with a sour, skunky element. Reviewers report King Tut is excellent for treating depression, chronic pain, inflammation, stress.
Tutankhamon (AKA King Tut) by Pyramid Seeds has kept the sour, skunky smell of its parent strain, AK-47, as well as the uplifting effects, making it a great choice for social outings or creative stimulation. This strain has built a reputation for having high THClevels, and the flavor has hints of fresh fruit and flowers that make this beautiful bud fit for a king!
Unexpectedly airy to the touch, King Tut is a light green in appearance with pale amber-colored hairs. The gentle coloring is likely due to the trichomes that liberally sprinkle the surface the flower.
Aroma and Flavor
This strain hints towards its ancestry with this familiar, yet diluted scents of sweet, skunky, and earthy scents. It begins with the crisp, sweet taste of fresh fruit followed by a similarly floral flavor and leaves an aftertaste likened to an enjoyable mild earthiness.
King Tut OG Effects
Tutankhamon is useful during social outings and to stimulate creativity. With its high THC levels of around 25-20%, this strain leaves users feeling happy, uplifted, focused, and creative. It’s powerful in treating stress, depression, chronic pain, and more. The only adverse effects include dry mouth and dry eyes. Because it’s a rare strain to find and use, it’s most popular in Arizona, Michigan, and the Pacific Northwest.