3 Kings Strain Review

Considered by many- medical and genetics figures included, as a phenomenal cross between popular parents, the 3 Kings enjoys an unmistakable reputation of being among the most-sought sativa strains. Owing to its strong and tangy feel from parents- OG Kush, Headband and Sour Diesel. Its three royalties high and can almost get you to stone. But with moderation, the 3 Kings should pleasant.

A Sativa-dominant strain, the 3 Kings’ high THC power is an understatement. Bearing the signs of the literal three kings, it immediately pumps up focus and energy to its user.

3 Kings Specifications:

Type: 30% Indica, 70% Sativa

Flowering Period: 63-70 days (indoor), mid-late October (outdoor)

Climate: Balmy to Warm Climate

Yield: Up to 595.34 grams indoor and 680.389 grams outdoor

Flavors: Strong, Earthy, Sweet, Pine, Mixed

THC Level: From 14% to 24%

Height: From 80 cm-90 cm

Growing Difficulty: Moderate

What are the Effects of the 3 Kings?

The 3 Kings has been confirmed to cause calmness, euphoria, upliftment, and happiness among users. It is also known set high cerebral focus during the day making it conducive for creative people to set off.

What are the Medical Benefits of the 3 Kings?

The 3 Kings has been confirmed to ease chronic pains, dizziness, stress, headaches, depressions, anxiety and other triggered psychological symptoms. Most users highly appreciate the plant’s medical prowess as unlike other strains, it does not emit high sedative properties for it to treat pain-related discomforts.

What are the Negative Effects of the 3 Kings?

The 3 Kings also has some setbacks to feel sorry for. Being distinctly strong and powerful, it causes dry mouth and eyes to users. If abused, it literally becomes a flipside to horror. The 3 Kings can cause anxiety and panic attacks to users in a large dose.

Tips for Growing?

  • There is a tendency that the strains buds can grow heavy. The best step that you can do is to set lateral support to keep plant standing during its flowering period.
  • The plant can grow almost anywhere in warm climates. Still, although unproven, it might not survive arid to extremely hot climates.