Better known as Tutankhamon , King Tut the marijuana strain pays homage to the powerful Pharaoh Tutankhamun , one of the youngest and certainly the most famous of Egypt’s early rulers. King Tut the strain is a sativa-dominant hybrid (sativa/indica ratio of 80:20) with an uncertain parentage , though it’s known to descend from the legendary sativa-dominant AK-47. THC levels are rumored to be quite high , though King Tut’s rarity makes it hard to know for sure. CBD levels , on the other hand , aren’t widely reported; that means this strain generally shouldn’t be used as the sole treatment for epilepsy or other conditions that respond to CBD. The high is cerebral and peppy , making this a good choice for daytime errands , social events , or creative endeavors. Use this strain to treat depression , chronic pain , stress , inflammation , and nausea. King Tut tastes like fresh fruit and flowers and has a sour , Skunky smell. There are few public reports of negative effects , but bloodshot eyes and dry mouth should probably be expected , along with possible paranoia. King Tut is most popular in Michigan , Arizona , and the Pacific Northwest.