The King Louis XIII Autoflowering cannabis was born from the crossing of the legendary OG Kush and the multiple award winner LA Confidential variants. With its majestic lineage, you can say that it is indeed a royal strain.
Aside from its remarkable parentage, it has potent indica effects and a high THC level that ranges between 15% and 23%. Because of these characteristics, this weed offers desirable results that medical and recreational tokers alike can enjoy.
This variety is also available in a feminized version. Although the autoflowering and feminized types do not differ much in terms of their terpene-profile and effects, they vary in their growing conditions.
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Type: Indica dominant hybrid, Autoflowering
Genetics Parents: OG Kush x LA Confidential
Flowering Period: ~9 weeks
Climate: Dry, Sunny
Yield: No data
Flavors: Earthy, Musky, Pine, Spicy, Sweet
THC Level: 15% – 23%
CBD Level: <1%
Harvest Period: Late September – Early October
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
Bow down to the autoflowering King Louis XIII marijuana as it makes its presence known. It will fill the room with its extra stinky smell, preventing you from keeping your highness hidden. It has a fun mix of earthy, musky, piney, spicy, and sweet flavors that makes it enjoyable to smoke.
Unlike its pungent aroma, its effects are more mellow. It will feel like it is coating your body with a warm blanket as it delivers a relaxing blow. The capacity of this Mary Jane to take away any miserable feelings will help you calm down physically and mentally; this king is all about spreading positive energies. At a high dosage, it will leave the tokers feeling drowsy. Despite its sedating effects, it can stimulate the mind to the point of some people describing it as psychedelic.
With a bit of push of positivity, the King Louis XIII Autoflowering strain can instantly make you happy. Because of its mood-boosting effect, it can be used to combat several conditions that will make you feel blue, like anxiety, depression, and stress. It is also usually prescribed for those who suffer from inflammation, muscle spasms, and pain. At higher dosage, it is known to deliver a sedating blow, which is beneficial for those with insomnia. Other conditions that it can aid include the side effects of Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, anorexia, and side effects of chemotherapy like nausea and vomiting.
Smoking the King Louis XIII Autoflowering weed at a high dosage can make the tokers feel dizzy and anxious. These can be avoided by keeping the dosage at a moderate level. It will also leave the smokers feeling dehydrated, which can cause dry mouth and dry eyes. Thankfully, these conditions can be easily alleviated by drinking plenty of water and applying eye drops.
It is easy to grow the King Louis XIII Autoflowering plant. Aside from being flexible, as it can be grown indoors and outdoors, cultivators will not worry about the changes in the light cycle. This herb will transition from the vegetation stage to the flowering phase automatically. Since it adjusts automatically, the flowering period will be shorter.
However, unlike the feminized version of King Louis XIII, which has an indoor yield of up to 500 grams per square meter and an outdoor yield of about 600 grams per plant, the product of the autoflowering version will be lower. This lower yield is the tradeoff of having easy cultivation.