History of King Tut Weed
King Tut is a sativa-dominant hybrid strain that is a descend from the famous AK-47. Also known as Tutankhamon, the King Tut strain is widely praised by smokers for its high THC content. As soon as you open the bag of King Tut from your favourite mail-order-marijuana (MoM) dispensary, you will be able to smell hints of fresh fruit and tantalizing flowers.
In comparison to its parent strain, AK-47, King Tut seems to be lacking in sourness and earthiness in its flavour profile. Don’t be disappointed, however, because this strain’s effects are much more uplifting on the mind.
When to use King Tut Weed?
Due to its uplifting abilities, some users have rated King Tut as their favourite day-time strain. Unfortunately, the rarity of this strain has made it a hard possibility for many consumers to include in their day-time sativa stash.
Medicinally, many report that King Tut is a great strain for treating depression, chronic pain, muscle aches and inflammation, and stress. The cerebral, rather than body, effects of King Tut makes this cannabis strain a great choice for running errands, light social gatherings, and even exercising. If users were to give one negative trait to this rare strain is that it can cause paranoia.