Tutankhamon, or “King Tut” for short, is a sativa dominant hybrid (80% sativa/20% indica) strain created as a descendant of the infamous AK-47 strain. Like you definitely guessed, Tutankhamen is named for the King Tut, but what you probably didn’t’ know is that this bud is one of the most powerful in existence – it consistently has been tested at having a THC level of up to 29%. Tutankhamen has a sweet fruity taste of citrus and earth with a slightly skunky aftertaste that becomes pungent upon exhale. The aroma is surprisingly delicate, with a rich floral earthy smell that has only a hint of sweetness to it. Tutankhamen buds have large oversized Christmas-tree shaped forest green nugs with dark olive green leaves, thick purple hairs, and a super sticky layer of visible sweet resin. The Tutankhamen high is characterized by a stoney introspective cerebral state. You’ll be hit with an immediate onset of a cerebral head rush that numbs the mind and leaves you hazy and distant. A numbing body high will slowly overtake you, leaving you completely relaxed and helplessly couch-locked with a deep sense of spacey introspection. These effects and its insanely high THC level make Tutankhamen perfect for patients dealing with chronic pain, mild to moderate cases of depression, chronic stress or anxiety, and chronic fatigue.