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King Tut Was Weaker Than Expected
Dark Helmet and this cultivar King Tut were my less desirable purchases off the JWC medical website in early December 2019. I have reviewed 11 dried cannabis cultivars to date from this Kitchener, Ontario licensed producer and this review is the twelfth of the bunch.
Cannabinoid Content and Terpenes
THC content was 20.91% and minimal amounts of CBD at 0.05% as noted on the container.
Based on the data from the JWC website, 30.07% of the terpene content was Nerolidol, 22.84% was b-Caryophyllene and Limonene taking 12.28% of the profile. Others were listed with a value of under 10% content. Total measured terpenes showed 1.922%.
Price, Shipping and Pack Dates
The price varies on amounts bought from $8.87 to $11 per gram. Since I bought five grams the cost was $11 a gram plus tax at the time of purchase off the JWC medical webstore. Shipping was free with Canada Post or Purolator as my total order was over $150, otherwise it would’ve been $10 flat.
This was packed on December 10th 2019, a day after purchase which is typical of JWC. I got to reviewing this on January 12th 2020 but opened the container on December 18th 2019, so the product remained packaged for 9 days before opening.
Smell, Taste and Appearance
An earthy woodsy smell was noticed when putting the open jar near my nose but from far away you could hardly tell there was cannabis in the room. When this was vapourized there was a hint of lemon along with the perceived smell but fairly weak overall.
I was a fan of the bud sizes in this five gram container, most weighed over 0.75 grams. The container is still too large for 5 grams but JWC tries their best at containing them using a foil over the flower to hold it in place, newer containers will hopefully fix this issue in the future.
All the buds were dense and had some moisture, a bit on the dry side so I used the provided Boveda humidity pack that was included with my order. After 24 hours of not opening the jar with the pack inside, there was a better moisture ratio compared to before.
With every review I’ve ever done I try a minimum of six temperatures and see how long each session lasts. This may vary by each device and the one used here was the Mighty vaporizer.
Noted below I found the ranges between 180 to 190 degrees celsius (356-374F) the best with sessions lasting about six to seven minutes using around 0.25 grams of cannabis. Other temperatures worked fine, lower temperatures offered less vapour but effects felt the same regardless if I vaporized at higher temperatures.
170C (338F) – 8 minutes
175C (347F) – 8 minutes
180C (356F) – 7 minutes – Best
185C (365F) – 6 minutes – Best – Increased vapour
190C (374F) – 6 Minutes – Best
195C (383F) – 4 minutes
In joint form the smoke was okay, no relighting was needed but dark grey ash was noticed. It didn’t taste great, almost tasteless and preferred vaporization.
A few minutes into my session a mild body stone feeling began with relaxation. At the same time I felt awake and energized. The pain relief was mild and I didn’t find it was best for that. Some may find working out with this useful or enjoying it in a social situation. The best time to use this would be in the daytime and not before bed.
I wouldn’t buy this again as my primary reason for using cannabis is for pain relief, however I did enjoy using this in the daytime but expected a stronger effect seeing as the THC percent was just over 20% and felt more along the lines of something lower. At the cost of $11 per gram the value isn’t there and would expect this to be priced lower when buying five grams.
Thanks for reading!