King Tut is a sativa-dominant cannabis strain sometimes AKA 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. This strain has built a reputation for having high THC levels, hitting hard and fast. It could be too powerful for the beginners or novice users. Even for experienced marijuana users, they should never use too much. 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.
The aroma is sour and skunky, while the taste is flowers with fresh fruits.
King Tut Type of High:
The high hits right away and comes with a rush of euphoria and energy. It has the effect of making the world feel a bit brighter and lighter. Being a sativa, the high increases alertness and focus. King Tut is a prime example of a good daytime toke: hits fast, raises energy, and provides focus. The burnout is very low and doesn’t bring much drowsiness.
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.
The psychoactive properties of this strain may be too much. Once the cerebral high is too much to handle, it may cause some users to feel a little more paranoid and anxious.