King Louis XIII is a popular indica-leaning strain that was bred in part from OG Kush, Louis XIII, and has a very similar spicy kush fragrance. A product after pollinating LA Confidential and OG Kush. This strain is considered potent. Indeed, it has been a darling of OG Kush fans for years. This famous strain’s smell earns itself as similar to most people did back in the 1600s.
King Louis XIII emphasizes thick, lime green buds painted with a firm bed of pitchy trichomes. The nugs are also dotted liberally with reddish fibers, presenting it entertainment for the eyes. The difference is this monarch’s odor is one that’s meant to be enjoyed while its thick nugs have an overwhelmingly piney scent with an earthlike musk that will have you reminiscing of your last forest adventure.
Flavor and Effects of King Louis XIII
Knowing how influential King Louis XIII’s aroma, with its delightful odor that is recognized for its sharpness, which is detectable even from afar, you may be comforted to know that King Louis XIII does not taste completely as powerful as it scents. Although this is a mouthwatering variety of cannabis with a woody spiciness and sticky flavor as you sigh, there is a pine odor. This strain is very similar to Louis OG in terms of how it fills a room with its sweet, musky yet spicy smell, which sets up the senses beautifully for smoking.
Medical Benefits of King Louis XIII
Smoking King Louis XIII can introduce you to an invigorating sensation that involves excitement and careless satisfaction. With its potent content THC level, this strain could be an excellent strain if you ache from despair, anxiety, panic, and stress. Its therapeutic benefits also indicate it can be applied as an effective analgesic, so this may have opted if you experience pain from inflammation or muscle spasms, and even act as an appetite promoter.
Negative Effects of King Louis XIII
King Louis XIII is famous for being potent cannabis. There are regular side outcomes associated with smoking this strain. In some situations, this strain may produce dry and itchy eyes and dehydration. If you use more than what you can handle, you may have a sense of light anxiety. In uncommon instances, it can induce dizziness and paranoia.
Growing King Louis XIII
This strain gives you the option of indoors or outdoors growing. It would be convenient if you have ample indoor space or a decent soil for raising this strain outside that provides a sunny and dry environment. It is highly suggested that you try cultivating other strains first to gain experience since this is not the easiest option to raise.