KING LOUIS XVIII (KNG), also known as “King Louis,” “Louis XIII Kush,” is an indica marijuana strain obtained by crossing OG Kush with LA Confidential. Its namesake might be more famous for making de rigueur men’s wigs for the French aristocracy. Still, in Southern California, the name will remind you of a popular indica-dominant strain. Louis XVII (March 27, 1785 – June 8, 1795), born Louis-Charles, was the youngest son of KING LOUIS XVIII (KNG) of France and Queen Marie Antoinette. At birth, he received the title of Duke of Normandy.
What Happened To The Nephew Of King Louis XVIII?
Louis XVIII’s nephew, the Duc de Berry, was assassinated at the Paris Opera on February 14, 1820. The royal family was heartbroken, and Louis broke an ancient tradition by attending his nephew’s funeral, while previous kings of France could not have anything to do with death. The reign of Louis XVIII saw France’s first experiment in parliamentary government since the Revolution. The king was vested with executive powers and had “legislative initiative,” while a broadly consultative parliament voted on laws and approved the budget. Buy Kush Berry x Granddaddy Purple Infused Pre-Roll Pack online.
Why Is The Strain Called King Louis XIII?
Novice growers may find Louis XIII challenging to manage as it requires drier climates and a lot of attention to produce higher yields. Also known as King Louis XIII, the strain gets its name from its actual caliber of THC, reportedly 20 to 28 percent depending on weight. He goes by the name of King Louie OG from @dabviarsextracts, and we have been honored with his presence thanks to the ever noble Exotic Blooms. The aroma that emanates from this magnificent specimen of live resin worse is your first indication of the quality involved.