King Tut strain review
King Tut strain:
A selection of AK-47 from the breeder of Barcelona-based breeds called Pyramid Seeds, King Tut also called Tutankhamon, is an innovative maker.
This sativa-leaning strain with its unusually high levels of THC of about 25 percent has citrus and earthy taste and cotton look like bumps with lots of trichomes. Tutankhamon also has a CBD of from 0.1 to 4 percent according to Seedsman’s seed bank.
In addition to Tutankhamon’s obvious prestige, he is a descendant of AK-47. Yet names are names only, and nothing fatal occurs in the case of AK-47. Currently, AK-47 gives moderate mental and physical elevation.
The pharaoh’s tomb must be majestic and earthy. Our Tutankhamon is not only pungent and skunky but also has plenty of this. However, it has a rose aroma, which not only tones it up but also enhances the scent.
The skunky scent, which brings to its taste, is a little dimmed. It has a good aroma, followed by a soft and fruity aroma mixed with citrus lemon.
When mentally high waves hit their summit, the mind stays clear. Indeed, the high brain head often glows in the mind of certain people. Furthermore, the head-up complement is an energy boost.
As mentioned, for beginners or intermediate users this strain is too heavy. They can never use too much except for seasoned marijuana users. This can lead to unintended side effects (more to follow) due to its psychoactive effects.
Such strains from Pyramid Seeds are, for a good cause, small plants with multiple branches. The weight of the huge yield can be preserved. It can thrive well, both indoor and outdoor, but indoor hydroponics are preferred. It is not only easier to care for the plant in a regulated setting, but also shortens flowering time, especially when using the Sea of Green (SOG) technique.
It’s also quite a simple plant to grow in Tutankhamon. Fungal infections are one thing to look after. Make sure that the humidity level is not too high due to the closely packed trees and leaves. This does not encourage fungi to grow in the right climate.
The farmers must be confident that their eyes will not pop out of their sockets when they extract between 550-600 grams per sq. meter as the plant matured within eight weeks.
The only curse in Tutankhamon has not been grown and it will yield up to 1500 grams for each herb. This is, in any case, a huge return expected during the transition to October in September.
The ability to elevate moods and contribute to satisfaction is also positive for medicinal uses of cannabis. For example, it is particularly beneficial to those experiencing depression, not just for stress alleviation. Tutankhamon is likely to be helpful to certain other people with psychiatric disabilities such as PTSD.
This pressure can also lead to moderate pain relief to a certain extent. It is undoubtedly the product of the subconscious thinking on something else than the expression of physical discomfort. Another thing about Tutankhamon’s brain head high is that it makes a calm mind possible. Any users feel more centered at the same time. It can prove helpful to people with ADD / ADHD in this way.