King Tut OG

As a descendant of the AK-47 strain, King Tut OG takes inspiration in the flavor and aroma categories.

Experience relief fit for a king with this Sativa-dominant strain

King Tut OG is a rare strain by Pyramid Seeds. Better known as Tutankhamon, this potent marijuana strain was named after one of the most well-known Egyptian Pharaohs. This strain comes from parent strain, AK-47, for which we can thank for Tut’s sativa-dominance and its skunky, sour smell.

Tut’s parent strain is also responsible for giving its great daytime use.

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King Tut OG Attributes

Lineage: AK-47
Top Terpenes: Myrcene, Linalool, Humelene, Caryophyllene
Great For: Chronic pain, Depression, Stress, Nausea, Inflammation
Remedies featuring: Hand-trimmed Flower


Unexpectedly airy to the touch, King Tut OG is light green in appearance with pale amber-colored hairs. The gentle coloring is likely due to the trichomes that liberally sprinkle the surface of the flower.

Aroma and Flavor

This strain hints towards its ancestry with this familiar, yet diluted scents of sweet, skunky, and earthy scents. It begins with the crisp, sweet taste of fresh fruit followed by a similarly floral flavor and leaves an aftertaste likened to an enjoyable mild earthiness.

King Tut OG Effects

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. It’s powerful in treating stress, depression, chronic pain, and more.

The only adverse effects include dry mouth and dry eyes. Because it’s a rare strain to find and use, it’s most popular in Arizona, Michigan, and the Pacific Northwest.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is King Tut OG an Indica or Sativa?

King Tut OG is a sativa-dominant hybrid strain, often testing 20% to 25% in THC.

What are the side effects of this strain?

King Tut’s side effects include leaving users feeling happy, uplifted, focused, and creative.

What are its origins?

This is a rare strain by Pyramid Seeds, originating from parent strain AK-47.

Where does its name come from?

This strain was named after one of the most well-known Egyptian Pharaohs.

What is this Remedy best for?

Patients and users who suffer from stress or depression Remedy themselves with King Tut because of its sativa-heavy benefits.

What are King Tut OG prices?

It depends on the dispensary but the prices of an eighth can rage from $45 to $60.


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