King Louis XIII Marijuana Strain Review

King Louis XIII is in Southern California and is an indica-dominant strain that will surely ward you off because of its smell. However, this earthy smell seems to be enjoyed by more and more people because it reminds them of a fresh forest scent. But no doubt that King Louis XIII is not just about its smell. It is a relaxing strain that will make you fall asleep as its effect gradually wear off. It is a good natural treatment for insomnia and stress.

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King Louis XIII Specification

Type: Indica dominant strain, 70% indica, 30% sativa
Flowering period: 8 to 9 weeks
Climate: dry and sunny outdoor climate
Yield: 18 ounces per square meters indoors. 21 ounces per plant outdoors
Flavors: earthy, pine, woody, spicy and pungent
THC Levels: 20% to 24%0
Height: Medium
Growing difficulty: Medium, resistant to common molds and mildew

What are the effects of King Louis XIII?
King Louis XIII is a relaxing strain that will make your mind and body succumb to pure relaxation. But you won’t sleep troubled or worried; you will feel happy and slightly euphoric as your mind wanders away from all your cares. It will also stimulate hunger which is common in moderate to high THC strains. It will make you surrender to a deep and blissful sleep.
What are the medical benefits of King Louis XIII?
This strain is a good natural treatment for stress and depression. It will let your troubles drift away as you welcome the day with complete relaxation. You will also find relief from insomnia and sleeplessness minus any side effects common in using tranquilizers and drugs. It will help improve appetite and prevent metabolic disorders in people who have lost their appetites.
What are the negative effects of King Louis XIII?
King Louis XIII is a strain that can cause dry mouth, dry eyes and dizziness. If you are new to this strain, expect paranoia and anxiety.
Tips for growing King Louis XIII
King Louis XIII can be grown indoors or outdoors. It prefers a dry and sunny outdoor climate but should not be grown directly under the sun. It is not for first time growers. Feed it organic food, water when the soil is dry and always keep air circulation a priority to prevent mold and mildew growth.