TOM FORD PINK KUSH:
Tom Ford Pink Kush, also known simply as “TFPK,” is an indica dominant hybrid strain (80% indica/20% sativa) created through an unknown combination of indica dominant hybrid strains. Known for its insanely gorgeous appearance, Tom Ford Pink Kush has small rounded dense forest green nugs with pinkish and purple undertones, vibrant pink-orange hairs, and a coating of frosty clear white crystal trichomes. As you pull apart each frosty little nugget, aromas of sweet honey and sour citrus are released, complemented perfectly by touches of rich woods and earth. The Tom Ford Pink Kush is just as delicious as the flavor, with long-lasting effects that are perfect for when you want to kick back and relax after a long and stressful day. Your mental state will immediately feel substantial relief as any negative or racing thoughts are edged out, replaced with pure blissful haze. This stoney effect will soon spread from mind to body, leaving you feeling to tally relaxed and pretty sedated as you start to fade away into peaceful sleep. With these effects and its high 23-25% average THC level, Tom Ford Pink Kush is often said to be perfect for treating those suffering from conditions such as chronic anxiety or stress, depression, chronic pain, insomnia, and chronic fatigue.
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.