Proudly brought to us by Pyramid Seeds, Tutankhamon is an offspring of powerful AK-47. It contains 80% sativa genes and 20% indica genes. Truly a king like its namesake, it smells of the blended sweetness of fruits and pungency of earth. It is also known as Tutankhamun, Tutankhamen, or King Tut. There might be a lot of name variations, it will always redirect to the plant with green nugs, yellow or brownish pistils covered in snow.
Flavor and Effects of Tutankhamon
Tutankhamon tastes just like how it smells. It is a delectable blend of sweetness and freshness of citrus with skunk undertones. Being Sativa-prevailing, we can anticipate that its impacts should be more on the cerebral side. With that in mind, it conveys an extreme hit that, in just a moment, changes the user’s disposition to positive. As the crazy rushes of mental high arrive at their pinnacle, the mind stays clear. This makes it a perfect strain at the end of the day. You will definitely forget all your worries like how a mummy is cozy in a sarcophagus.
Medical Benefits of Tutankhamon
Its capacity to prompt joy is an attribute that furthers Tutankhamon’s therapeutic abilities. It is valuable for stress alleviation for PTSD, Bipolar Disorder, depression and anxiety patients. The strain provides mellow relief from physical discomforts as well such as muscle pain, spasms, arthritis and also headaches.
Negative Effects of Tutankhamon
If taken in doses beyond your tolerance, it is when the curse of Tutankhamon is released. You will also experience paranoia. Dry mouth and dry eyes due to the potency are also common. Anxiety patients may experience visual and auditory hallucinations. After the hallucination comes dizziness and headache.
Tutankhamon will thank you for putting it in the Sea of Green or SOG setup. The ideal temperature to grow it is around 65 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Always watch for humidity levels. It should never be too high to avoid the risks of powdery mildew or molds.