King Tut Vape from Cedar Creek Cannabis
Reviewer: Sue Vorenberg
Strain: King Tut Vape (Sativa descendant of AK-47, also called Tutankhamon on some strain info sites – despite that the Egyptian King’s name is spelled Tutankhamun – oh that pesky “u”)(Sold at The Herbery and the Cannabis Country Store)
Grower: Cedar Creek Cannabis
Onset time: About two minutes to kick in (took two hits)
Fade: About an hour
Strength: Strong (so far Cedar Creek vapes do not disappoint in the strength category – strongest ones I’ve tried in the Washington rec market)
Tingling (where did you feel it): Cheeks, sides of nose, center forehead, chin, chest, shoulders.
Control (can you maintain focus, etc): OK, concentration isn’t bad.
Emotions: Calm, amused, relaxed, creative
Energy level: Medium
Taste: Sort of a spicy, piney taste – woody.
Relieves: Shoulder tension, possibly good for a headache
Positives: Very head-focused strain with big euphoria. Shoulders also feel very loose and relaxed.
Other notes: Everything feels oddly big, including me. Seems like a good gaming strain. Also good for focusing on things like art, reading, nature. Good social function as well.