Paris Premium Flower: King Louis XIII OG: King Louis XIII might be most famous for making wigs on men de rigeur for the French aristocracy. In Southern California, however, the name will bring to mind a popular indica-dominant strain. This strain announces itself as many people did in the 1600s, namely 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 in addition to an earthy musk that will have you thinking of your last forest adventure. Bred in part from OG Kush, Louis XIII also has a very similar spicy kush aroma. Good for insomnia, this strain often tests at over 20% THC.
King Louis XIII equally has a storied history, hailing from southern California. King Louis XII is a strain that appears on many “favorite OG Kush phentoype lists” of OG Kush enthusiasts, and has been for decades.
This strain is quite potent, oftentimes testing for over 20% THC. King Louis XIII features dense, lime green buds coated with a crisp layer of resinous trichomes. The nuggets are also dotted liberally with orange hairs, making it a treat for the eyes. These buds are so potent they are stickily resinous when broken up or even handled.
The scent of these buds is a musky pine, with rich earthiness and a hint of skunk and diesel. The taste of this strain is a crisp, refreshing citrus with tinges of skunk and diesel, much like the smell suggests. The smoke can also prove harsh on the throat. The effects of King Louis XIII are powerful, leaving users nostalgic with it’s unmistakable OG characteristics. This strain offers users a deep relaxation, lulling them into a deep sleep with a pleasant pressure behind the eyes. The body stone will come on quick and continue to escalate as time passes, offering a