Tutankhamun: This Royal Sativa Is Loaded With THC

Have you heard of King Tutankhamun? This buzzy sativa is a potent offspring of AK-47. Many love this herb for the focus and creativity it inspires.

Mar 2, 2017

Named for the ancient and mysterious Egyptian pharaoh, Tutankhamun is one powerful sativa hybrid. In fact, this herb has been recognized as one of the most potent strains in the world. Better known as King Tut, this strain will take your mind on a journey to a blissful dreamland. More clear-headed than hazy, King Tut is thought to encourage focus and creativity. Here’s what you need to know about this royal, THC-laden flower.

Strain details

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Tutankhamun, also known as King Tut, is a spirited sativa with some seriously potent effects. This strain is one of the strongest contemporary hybrids in the world. Testing up to 30% THC, King Tut provides a very uplifting high that will certainly get you out of bed and on with your day.

An offspring of the speedy AK-47, this strain is a rare gem that is worth a pretty penny in dispensaries. Bred by Pyramid Seeds, seeds from this strain are more readily available in Europe. However, King Tut has recently made it to the West Coast, where it can be found most often in Washington and Canada.

The aroma of Tutankhamun is quite pungent. This strain has inherited plenty of skunk and citrus, with a sticky sort of sweetness as well. All in all, this strain would be great to pair with a grape-flavored rolling paper or would be a nice smoke to pair with sweeter, tropical fruits. Though, be prepared for plenty of “dankness.”

The Tutankhamun experience

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This strain is all speed. Estimated to be about 80% sativa, Tutankhamun is about as energizing as a morning cup of coffee. Consumers can expect a cerebral, mind-warping high from this bud. Unlike indica strains which are thought to be more sedative, this bud is peppy and alert.

King Tut would make for an excellent daytime strain for experienced cannabis consumers. Novices or those who are sensitive to THC may find that this strain causes anxiety or perhaps a hyper, racy sensation.

Cannabis veterans, however, will likely find that this herb provides the perfect amount of get-up-and-go to start your day.

Great for social gatherings, King Tut is an engaging strain that is known to inspire interesting conversation. Chatty, friendly, and sociable, expect some laughter and an all-around upbeat attitude from this sativa hybrid.

Artistic types might enjoy the creative inspiration that King Tut often inspires, making this a great strain to whip out before diving into an art project or piece of writing.

Why do people use Tutankhamun?

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Recreationally, King Tut has a lot going on. This strain would be perfect for those who like to get out, dance, and have fun. While King Tut is stimulating, it is still a hybrid. Many find that this strain isn’t quite as hazy or racy as more pure sativas, like Thai.

However, this herb will definitely give you a nice energy boost and can help you relax and have a darned good time.

Some medical cannabis patients will likely appreciate the high levels of THC this strain provides. Great for headaches and migraines, a little bit of King Tut can go a long way. Many consumers rate this strain highly for conditions like chronic fatigue, stress, and depression.

Some find this strain provides moderate relief for certain types of pain, making it a good choice for those who need a little something during the day, but would prefer not to be sedated or lethargic. All in all, expect a strong euphoric buzz from Tutankhamun.

Mar 2, 2017