King Louis XIII Marijuana Strain might be most famous for making wigs on men de rigeur for the French aristocracy, but in Southern California the name will bring to mind a popular indica-dominant strain. This strain announces itself as many people did in the 1600s: by its smell. The difference is this monarch’s odor is one that’s meant to be enjoyed; its dense nugs have an overwhelmingly piney smell with an earthy musk that will have you thinking of your last forest adventure. Bred in part from OG Kush, Louis XIII has a very similar spicy kush aroma.
OG phenotype enthusiasts might want to snag a bit of King Louis XIII Marijuana Strain, as it’s the result of combining genetics from OG Kush and LA Confidential. These two potent strains create what’s been described as a powerful strain or high, or perhaps even a royal high.
This southern California classic fluctuates THC levels between 20 and 28%. Some consumers have enjoyed its immediate effects that intensify over time, and others have reported that their intense high has led to sedation or couch-lock.
Some consumers have allegedly used King Louis XIII Marijuana Strain to help with their anxiety, stress, or muscle spasms.
If you come across some King Louis XIII buds, you’ll notice they emit a musky pine and skunky scent, with just a hint of citrus. Nuggets of this strain can look like spades and have light orange pistils that mimic the flames of fire.