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Basic / Breeders Info
Tutankhamon is a mostly sativa variety from Pyramid Seeds and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±63 days ) and outdoors . Pyramid Seeds’ Tutankhamon is a THC dominant variety and is/was only available as feminized seeds.
Pyramid Seeds’ Tutankhamon Description
Cette plante est une sélection AK47, comme vous le savez, une variété très attendus sur le marché des graines féminisées. Avec un goût de Skunk intense, il possède l’un des pourcentages les plus élevés de THC, c’est pourquoi nous sommes heureux de présenter cette souche à tout le monde.
Une variété magnifique pour obtenir les mères, car avec sa petite taille et compact, très ramifié, et sa croissance facile à l’intérieur, vous obtiendrez un grand nombre de clones. Restez sur cette variété en dehors de zones à haute humidité environnement, en plein air, pour éviter des troubles en raison de son champignon têtes compactes.
Sativa: 80% / Indica: 20%
Récolte en extérieur: Moyen d’Octobre
Floraison intérieur: 60 – 65 jours
Where to buy Tutankhamon cannabis seeds?
Tutankhamon from Pyramid Seeds is available only as feminized seeds. Regular seeds are not available at the moment. In 13 seedbanks, we found 42 offers between EUR 5.72 for 1 feminized seed and EUR 2000.00 for 1000 feminized seeds. If you are looking to buy Tutankhamon Cannabis Seeds from Pyramid Seeds somewhere – have a look to our Tutankhamon Price Comparison page with all current offers from all the connected seedbanks and shops – or visit one of the following tested, trustworthy and recommended seed-shops directly to check out their current Tutankhamon offers: Zamnesia, Samenwahl.com, PEV Seeds Bank, Canna-Seed Seed Shop, canna-seed.com, Oaseeds, Indras Planet GmbH, Alchimia Grow Shop, Cannapot Hanfshop, Mary’s Seeds, Herbies Head Shop, Seedsman and Original Seeds Store.
We’ve collected strain info from 15 growers for Tutankhamon, check out the reviews about the indoor and outdoor grow here.
- short, compact, fastly blossoming, indica-dominant Phenotype #1
- short, compact, fastly blossoming, indica-dominant Phenotype #2
- long, compact, fastly blossoming, sativa-dominant Phenotype #3
- short, compact, slowly blossoming, sativa-dominant Phenotype
- long, stretched, slowly blossoming, sativa-dominant Phenotype #1
How is Tutankhamon growing outdoors?
How is Tutankhamon growing indoors?
The seedfinder users tested Tutankhamon and uploaded information about the aroma, taste and effects of Pyramid Seeds’ Tutankhamon. Here a short overview, click to the charts or links to get an exact description and find similar cannabis varieties!
Aroma / Smell
The aroma / smell of Tutankhamon can be described best as partially Sour (Citrus and also a bit of Orange), a little bit Sweet and additionally as minimal Spicy and Microbiological (a little bit Earth). . read more
Taste / Flavour
3% Cherry Blossom
2% Orange Blossom
The taste / flavour of Tutankhamon was characterized as Sweet (a bit of Fruity and Honey; a little bit Floral and also with a touch of Butterscotch, Licorice and Sugar), a little bit Spicy and Sour and additionally as minimal Microbiological (a little bit Earth). . read more
Effect / Effectiveness
8% Thought provoking
2% Spacy / Confusing
Tutankhamon have basically a strong effect to the Head (fairly Racy; a little bit Relaxing and Meditativ and also minimal Exhilarating and Activating) but is also affecting to the Body (fairly Narcotic; a little bit Couchlocking and Calming and also minimal Pain numbing and Energetic). . read more
Here you see the latest Tutankhamon photos, uploaded from our users! Altogether we’ve collected 31 pictures from Pyramid Seeds’ Tutankhamon, check out our Tutankhamon gallery to view them all.
Tutankhamon Forum Threads
Here you can find external links to Tutankhamon related conversations in the different grower forums:
Tutankhamon Lineage / Genealogy
- Tutankhamon »»» AK47 Selection
- AK47 Selection
- »»» Colombia x Mexico x Thailand x Afghanistan
- Colombia »»» Sativa
- Mexico »»» Sativa
- Thailand »»» Sativa
- Afghanistan »»» Indica
Map of the Tutankhamon Family Tree
Tutankhamon Hybrids & Crossbreeds
Map of the Tutankhamon Descendants
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Tutankhamon User Comments
Altogether we’ve collected 12 user comments about Pyramid Seeds’ Tutankhamon. Here you find the 9 english user comments, for the ones in the other langues please click here: german (3).
ACES1973 – 05.12.2018
This was a great grow, harvest gave me an extremely large yield, more of an indica in both grow and high, the smell and taste reminded me of black liquorice, will grow again.
Richfield – 10.04.2017
Die Tutankhamon wuchs (innen) sativa lastig (buschig und klein
mit mittel großen Blättern). Die Blüten waren sehr stark mit Harz überzogen.
Die Sorte wuchs in der vegetativen Phase normal schnell. Der Strech und der
Nodienabstand der Sorte war enorm gering. Die Sorte reagierte sehr gut aufs
Toppen und bildete relativ viele und mittellange Seitentriebe aus. Die Blütenbildung
konzentrierte sich vorallem im oberen Bereich der Seitentriebe. Die Sorte konnte
sehr leicht geerntet und verarbeitet werden. Der Ertrag war enorm hoch !!
(Mein bisher bestes Ergebnis) Die Sorte benötigte mit Durchschnitt nur
7 – 8 Wochen um ernte reif zu sein. Auf Grund der schnellen Blütenausbildung kann
ich mir vorstellen, dass man die Sorte auch draußen in Deutschland anbauen kann.
Die getrockneten Blüten haben leicht säuerlich und stark nach Zitrone gerochen.
Viele meiner Freunde haben mir berichtet, dass die Sorte insgesamt sehr stark
war. Definitiv nichts für Anfänger !! Die Wirkung der Sorte wurde häufig als
geistig sehr entspannend und am Ende des Rausches als schläfrig beschrieben.
Trotz des beworbenen Sativa Anteils hat die Sorte jedoch einen
starken und intensiven Indica Einschlag, der sich durch eine starke Couchlock
Phase am Ende des Rausches bemerkbar gemacht hat. In den ersten 10 – 15 Minuten
des Rausches hat die Sorte auf den Körper nur leicht aktivierend gewirkt. In dieser
Phase war man jedoch euphorisch und vom Kopf her sehr entspannt und vorallem
klar. Im Anschluss daran ist man jedoch in eine starke Müdigkeitsphase abgedriftet.
In dieser Phase hat die Sorte auf mich sehr schläfrig und fast schon narkotisch
gewirkt. Die Wirkungsdauer lag bei ca 3 bis 4 Stunden.
Die Tutankhamon war eine sehr schnell wüchsige vorallem buschige Sativa Sorte mit
einem unglaublich hohen Ertrag (Komerz^10). Im Allgemeinen kann ich die Sorte Growern
weiterempfehlen, die auf der Suche nach geistiger Entspannung sind.
(mit leichten euphorischen Phasen). Reine Sativa Liebhaber werden auf Grund des
narkotischen Effekts am Ende des Rausches bei dieser Sorte jedoch nicht glücklich werden.
Vom Wuchsverhalten und dem Ertrag her kann ich die Sorte jedoch weiterempfehlen.
steve – 06.04.2017
EXCELLENT STRAIN – HAS EXCELLENT TRICHOME DEVELOPMENT (TERPENE & ESSENTIAL OILS) BUDS ARE “SNOW-COVERED” -PLANT HAS ABOVEAVERAGE BRANCH/LEAF DEVELOPMENT AND WILL NEED HEAVY PRUNNING BUT THIS WILL EFFECTPLANT IN A POSITIVE WAY- VERY RECOMMENDABLE !!
steve – 30.03.2017
Greatstrain. – excellentterpene and essential oil production – buds looked like they have snow on them – Humbolt County Own’s (organic nutrient line) also “terpinator” (forterpene & essential oil development) would have got bigger if used larger pots – used 5 gallon)recommend this strain – Nice sticky buds with a tropical/fruit taste – it really put you “out-there”
Troyannosaurus Rex – 13.03.2017
Super sticky great smell super stretchy lots of nice color
nygrr – 25.09.2015
much stretch during flowering, and then came to this fucking hot summer, try chilled them and especially the pots (roots), I think they got heat streszt, the flowers were very loose and flowering is very slow, very low odor, low resin, 8 week beginning compacted, I think it would have blossomed13-15 weeks, I have unfortunately had to be completed by the end of September. I switched to three weeks before the end of the light-dark 10-14, last week to accelerate the maturation of 8-16. I found a male flowers (Herma) and some seeds s1.so-so strain.
DeliLlama – 11.07.2015
Gutes Gras, sehr gut gegen Gelenkschmerzen bei Rheuma, Sehr entspannend und EXTREMER Couch Lock, viel denken. Wächst Wahnsinn und läßt sich wunderbar als Mutterpflanze unter 24h Licht halten. 5 Samen fem. alle gekommen, die Indica Phenos eignen sich am Besten zum growen und rauchen, die Sativa Phenos erfüllen ihren Zweck, sind von mir aber nicht als Mütter benutzt worden. Alles in Allem MEIN LIEBLINGSGRAS!
CannaRat – 20.06.2015
By far, the best pheno I have grown; 3 phenos, so far.
kyloz – 26.01.2014
I did my grow in drip hydro at 6.0ph under 600w HPS for the entire grow. Kept the nutrients around 1800 until the last 10 days, flushed with water till harvest. I could not believe they matured so early but growing conditions were ideal. Humidity around 35-40%. Temp at day around 75F and night around 65F. The aroma was strong early and maturity was determined by trichomes. All trichomes cloudy and 10% amber with trichome degradation starting.
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We need more movies about ancient Egypt. And Greece, Rome, Babylon — wherever there were multiple gods and peasants in sandals. Give me some weed and a not-shitty action flick with sword fights and mythology, and I’m the happiest stoned idiot in the world. Enough with the fucking superheroes, already.
Seeing a strain by the name of Tutankhamon (pronounce it like this: “Toot-en-common”) at a Broadway dispensary instantly ignited my interest, and before I knew it, I was bingeing a couple of Brendan Fraser renditions of The Mummy alongside The Prince of Egypt (my choices were more limited than I thought). But smoking Tutankhamon gave me so much energy that I’d rather have hiked a few pyramids than watch movies about them.
Both the strain and the pharaoh go by King Tut for short, just in case you’ve smoked history class out of your memory. The boy king died at an early age, but his relatively intact tomb and the artifacts inside of it made him a worldwide treasure from beyond the grave. There are some theories suggesting that King Tut was actually murdered, and there was even talk of a curse on his tomb after one of the first people to enter it died unexpectedly five months after its discovery in the 1920s.
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The King Tut strain is also shrouded in mystery, labeled as a sativa-dominant hybrid with a lone AK47 parent by its breeder, Pyramid Seeds. (Side note: The Spanish breeder has more strains with Egyptian names, like Anubis and Nefertiti.) King Tut isn’t anywhere near as sour or earthy as AK47, however, and is much more uplifting on the mind, even if your body is tired. Avoid smoking this strain before bedtime or you’re likely to be tossing and turning for long periods — not to mention fighting the urge for a midnight snack. If enjoyed earlier, King Tut is a dependable strain for daytime activities, and carries floral and spicy notes sure to please lavender and wildflower fans.
It’s still gaining steam in Denver, but I’ve seen King Tut flower at Mile High Green Cross and in concentrate form at a handful of Colorado dispensaries that carry Rockin’ Extracts. Home growers can also find the strain online in several seed banks, including on the Pyramid Seeds website.
Looks: Generally fluffy, even for commercial pot, King Tut looks like a classic sativa, with football- and cone-shaped buds that carry a bright wintergreen color, average trichome coverage and peach-colored pistils. Don’t be surprised if purple spots appear with certain phenotypes.
Smell: King Tut’s aroma is heavily floral and sweet, with a skunky blanket that brings all of its scents together. Zesty hints of black pepper and lavender and a subtle, sweet acidity are the most common notes I’ve come across.
Flavor: I’m not a fan of floral and spicy flavors, both of which King Tut starts off with. But that floral, grassy taste eventually turns into more of a creamy lavender, with a lingering Kush aftertaste.
Effects: Although a little spacey, King Tut brings energy and gusto while still relaxing the stomach, so be prepared to burn some calories after a session. That energy can tail off, though, and will put you down for a mid-day nap if you’re too aggressive, either with consumption or activities. Medical users have tried King Tut to treat exhaustion, eating and sleeping disorders, stress and chronic pain.
Home grower’s take: “I got some feminized seeds of King Tut off the Internet around two years ago. I haven’t bought them since, but there was nothing bad about it. Actually, if I remember right, I think it fought off some pretty rough temperature fluctuations one winter when my heater broke. I couldn’t get a new one for a few days, but the King Tut still grew some good buds — light on the leaves and yielded great — and smelled almost like a flower bed. I fed it a lot, too, though. Keep that in mind.”
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The Tutankhamon, or King Tut, strain is somewhat shrouded in mystery, labeled as a sativa-dominant hybrid with a lone AK47 parent by its breeder, Pyramid Seeds. King Tut isn’t anywhere near as sour or earthy as AK47, however, and is much more uplifting on the mind, even if your body is tired.